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  • Songwriting Collaboration
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    Yet to be determined.
  • Musical / Songwriting / Music Biz Skills
    I just write, don't we all?
  • Musical Influences
    In order of importance: Explosions in the Sky, Arcade Fire, Fleet Foxes, MONO, The Allman Brothers Band, Sigur Ros, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Neutral Milk Hotel, The Who, George Harrison, The Beatles, RadioHead, Zammoto/ The Books, This Will Destroy You.

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    Music listening and writing, gaming, game design, rock climbing, running, delicious snacks.
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    United States of America
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  1. Where the streets have no name - U2
  2. Going Mobile - The Who yeah, that one's a stretch...
  3. It's art! It's subjective! If your struggles are what inspire you, then write about them. However, if you're not satisfied with your lyrics, then I recommend that you visit the lyric critique forum.
  4. Yeah, trying to solve a dungeon with a giant face-moon falling on the earth isn't the most subtle thing! Also, Nobuo Uematsu all the way.
  5. I totally agree, Lemon. Some of my favorite music EVER has come from games like Zelda (try the song of healing) Anyone who thinks that a video games aren't an art form needs to play Final Fantasy 6.
  6. I usually finger it to suit my sound, but in some situations I find picks to be useful. What are your thoughts?
  7. Man, sounds fun! Though if I were you I might succumb to my devious side and make them all the size of a grape with each side sloping outward.
  8. Like, you make those acryllic holds for indoor walls?
  9. I think we need a bit more information, friend.
  10. I can't choose! So I'll let you guys choose for me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuDipDU0jCQ For a brother And as for Sigur Ros, Gangleri... And just for the sake of having a lyrical one!
  11. More often than not it comes to me in the shower, which I think has proved to be songwriting's most useful tool.
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