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half_whit 01-22-2013 02:52 PM

Thirsty Musicians?
 
Any other musical brewers out there? Use this thread to share your videos/recordings/webpages! Whether you do solo work, play in a band, sing in a choir, or play the electric triangle. Lets show each other some support in our different crafts.
Music=art. Beer=art. Music=beer? (cue twilight zone music)

I'll start! Check out my band Restless Ammunition! Its me and three guys I went to college with playing gross punk songs. We just finished up a 5 song EP you can download for free here:
http://restlessammunition.bandcamp.com/
website here:
www.restlessammunition.com
facebook here:
http://www.facebook.com/restlessammunition

Cheers!

hoppyhoppyhippo 01-22-2013 03:27 PM

I find I play better and easier when I'm drinking. Especially on stage.

m_c_zero 01-22-2013 05:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hoppyhoppyhippo (Post 4812935)
I find I play better and easier when I'm drinking. Especially on stage.

True that. It is a fine line though and many a times I have crossed it...

half_whit 01-22-2013 07:25 PM

My group played a sober show once. It was awful

What do you guys play?

hoppyhoppyhippo 01-22-2013 07:52 PM

I'm a guitarist, used to be bass player but guitar fits my personality. I'm fiddling around with trying to learn to play the banjo a bit.

m_c_zero 01-22-2013 10:04 PM

I'm a bassist. Been at it for only about 10 years.

Bedlam 01-23-2013 12:32 AM

I have some kind of guitar learning disability, but I keep ridin' that short bus to class... :o

I find that the more other people drink while I'm playing, the better they think I sound.

Ogri 01-23-2013 07:23 AM

Funnily enough when I only played guitar and did a bit of backing vocals I could get really tanked:tank: and no problems whatsoever. Since starting up this band I tend to do a lot of main vocals and all the guitar, and I'm really crap at remembering lyrics at the best of times, so certain songs are really demanding plus I also notice that drinking alcohol makes my vocal chords fall apart faster than having a pint of soda and lime to get me through sets. Mind you, we frequently do about 35 songs a night of which I'm main vocals on about 50 to 60%.

Here are a few vids if anyone's interested.






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Homercidal 01-24-2013 12:53 PM

I play as a hobby. Once in a while I'll have a glass or two while practicing and there is a spot where I sound really good, then shortly after that it's all down hill.

Wish I had a few friends who played bass and drums. Wish I could find the time to install some software and learn how to program bass and drums...

Javier25 01-24-2013 02:06 PM

I am a "solo musician". I have been playing guitar for about 15 years. I played in and out of bands for 10 years, and decided that I don't play well with others! So, this project I have recently started working on is called March of the Sloth. I named my brewery Sloth brewing because of it. But here is a song I recorded some months ago. If I continue to post any of these on HBT, please know that the sound is going to change dramatically. I would like to focus more on what I love most, which is instrumental metal. But here is my ambient song!.......................................
http://youtu.be/YWXfCQHF6TU


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