NEW HUNTER AND WOLFE TRACKS
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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!!!
Just wanted to give a quick update for recording…I’m doing an awful job keeping up a ‘studio diary’ BUT I must say we brought in some string players to play on an interesting little instrumental string quartet piece after a song called “Everything”. Very good stuff and it’s coming along nicely.
Second, I just laid down my first mandolin ‘solo’! The performance shows how piss-poor I am at mandolin but I guess there’s the charm. I really enjoyed it. We’re going back later on tonight to finish up the track and do some usual mixing for the first batch of songs we have finished (which is about 4! not bad for a couple weeks work).
Anyways, I’d like to end on these two notes for all your effects pedal junkies:
1. The Analogman Sunface BC108 is the closest you will ever get to that Hendrix/Gilmour silicon-based Fuzz Face they had back in the day. Plug this into a loud clean amp and turn the Fuzz way up and you have instant Dark Side of the Moon lead tones (but be sure to put on some modulated delay as well).
2. If you don’t have the 15k+ dollars that it costs to buy a Dumble amp, I HIGHLLY suggest you get the Hermida ZenDrive. That through a Twin Reverb is as close as you’re gonna get…when I found out that’s what Robben Ford does when he can’t ship his Dumble to his gigs, it basically sealed the deal for me.
W00t. Here’s a song: