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It’s definitely interesting to be fronting a band as opposed to being on a collaborative team, and being in a band now where I bring in all the songs, as opposed to being part of a four way writing situation. You know I’ve kind of just fallen into it at this point, Continue reading
We were overwhelmingly in agreement as to the total sound of the record-but still- the reason you work with others is to generate ideas and to make something you couldn’t alone. Why else would you put up with the incessant verbal battery? Continue reading
It’s great! They let me live here so I can focus on Gap Dream. It helps a lot and I’m thankful for them. Gabe from ‘Gap Dream’ on living at the world famous Burger Records headquarters in Fullerton, California. Continue reading
I get much more enjoyment over playing electronic music. It is also far more relaxing. I taught myself how to play piano at a very young age, but I never got used to playing live, it was always so terrifying playing classical live. People are so serious, Continue reading
This happened through television, radio and family/friends. We spent a lot of time in front of the TV or listening to music on the radio, but we think that our relationships with our parents and friends are very important. We can discover a lot from our parents, Continue reading
Yeah, I mean anyone who puts out music or art gets nervous. Some of my influences are a little on the cheesy side, like Phil Collins or Paul Simon. I was a little nervous about that aspect. I thought my music might be misconceived or people might, Continue reading
Well the manner in which we recorded that record lent itself to a lot of layering and overdubbing, so yeah it ended up quite guitar dense. If that’s what you mean than I guess this mini LP and the album we’re currently rehearsing are the opposite of that. When we started interpreting Ores, Continue reading