Well, we released our first 3-song EP in mid-February. And now we’ve released two more!!!
They are called Ebb and Flow and From Way Up Here. As you may notice, the two songs are completely different in terms of style. The former being very stripped down and intimate while the latter being big, reverby, and layered. Regardless, I’m REALLY proud of these songs and they are probably my favorite on the album so far. I’m especially proud of the electric guitar tones we captured on From Way Up Here. They sound absolutely beautiffffuullllllllllllll. Now, I guess the only problem is…how do we play it live with just two people??
That in itself is gonna be an issue but I’m sure we’ll work something out. Speaking of which check out our upcoming shows at www.hunterandwolfe.com. We’ve been getting some good turnouts lately and we wanna keep the momentum going! Thank you everyone whose been promoting!
And most importantly, CHECK OUT THE NEW SONGS at www.hunterandwolfe.bandcamp.com. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact me at email@example.com. We’ve been getting a bunch of e-mails lately and have really enjoyed all your questions from chord charts to gear to lyrics, etc. etc. We don’t mind! Keep them coming!!!
you need the Keeley Katana. You might be thinking to yourself (if you’re a guitar nerd like me), what is the point of a pedal that is just a ‘clean boost’? Doesn’t that just raise your volume? Well, yes and no.
“Yes” to the question of if it raises your volume. It most certainly does, once you dial it in right. But the Keeley does MUCH more than that. It makes you otherwise dry clean tone into a fattttttttt, thick clean tone full of harmonic complexity. I was trying to get a John Mayer type tone through my Marshall DSL clean channel and by just hitting on the Keeley (with the knob pushed in, but push it out for a slightly dirty tone), I could already get a veryyy convincing Gravity tone (as long as you have a strat on the second to last position, the last being the neck pickup position). And it also adds a lot of sustain. For example, today we recorded big volume swells for our song “Coming Down Again” and the sustain and sound was just great. Of course we had to curb the sustain at the end because the chord I played starts to clash with the chord changes Mike plays but still…the fact that I can do that is pretty powerful.
BTW, I don’t work for Keeley…but seriously its great.
Anyways, we also miced up a drum kit for the first time. We were pretty apprehensive but it surprisingly didn’t take a very long time to get a good sound. Granted, I’m sure audiophiles and epic studio engineers would laugh at us but it still sounds pretty good to us! You’ll be hearing all this soon when our EP comes out. ALSOOOO, you’ll be hearing early versions of our tracks on January 14th at “Goodbye Blue Monday” in Brooklyn, if any of you happen to be around.
Check us out! We don’t suck!