Wirework is currently active in 21 projects.
Wirework is currently active in 21 projects.
Wirework has started and is currently managing 21 public projects.
Vocalist, Musician, Home Studio, Songwriter, Lyricist:
Looking for anything goes genre-hopping collabs. A lot of my tracks are for lo-fi manipulation, don't be shy, feel free to mess 'em up! I listen to a lot of under-produced music and love listening to raw tracks of musicians "working out" ideas. I think some of the best music is crudely produced - take Link Wray's "Rumble" for example. Interested in making music with others to put up on Bandcamp. A lot of my material is short and doesn't have a lot of changes - this is purposeful to encourage collaboration and keep things fun. I keep a lot of first takes for a loose feel.
I've been in several bands - I made a low-rent Bandcamp record with a drummer friend under the name Shadow Shack (see my Bandcamp link). I did all the guitars, bass and vocals/lyrics.
Check out my Community Media uploads in ProCollabs for more project-starters -
If my tracks have a specified BPM, that means I recorded over a click-track with the specified BPM in Cubase 11 - the file will be cut so the BPM should correspond with metronomes in other DAWs.
I prefer unique lyrics/titles vs. cliché...
Here are some great generators for writing lyrics/titles:
I like Juxtapoz & Hi-Fructose art mags...
I have favorite certain artists & songs in just about every genre...
I love 60's & 70's psych-rock-prog-acid-folk-garage, new age/meditation/world, vintage synth-synthwave-vaporwave-italo disco-euro disco-disco funk, old country-folk-rockabilly, primitive guitar, noise-avant garde-wierd, comedy-trash-jams...
I run these 3 stations on ZENO.FM:
I like Beat Club and Musikladen videos from the 60's & 70's...
I like Mississippi hill country blues like this YouTube link - (below. Junior Kimbrough live):
I'm really into WFMU (NYC Radio Station, FM Broadcast & Online, 4 different stations in one):
CHECK IT OUT!!!
Zoe B. has a fantastic genre-hopping freakout on WFMU:
Also, NTS rules!:
Sounds of the Dawn is an amazing New Age online radio show:
Just a few of my influences (there are hundreds, off the top of my head in random order):
Link Wray, Pappo's Blues, Hendrix, the James Gang, Josefus, ZZ Top, Brave Belt, Blues Breakout, CCR, Peter Kaukonen's Black Kangaroo, The Guess Who, Steppenwolf, Deep Purple, UFO, Coloured Balls, Screamin' Lord Sutch, Flamin' Groovies, R.L. Burnside, Nazareth, Ten Years After, Red Dirt, Zior, Seompi, Freedom's Children, Edgar Broughton, The Litter, The Sonics, Zeppelin, Sabbath, AC/DC, Sleep, Fu Manchu, Pink Floyd, Yung Druid, Dead Meadow, Cactus, Captain Beyond, Leafhound, Pentagram, Witchfinder General, Dazed Sun Lemonade, Grateful Dead, Power of Zues, Creepy John Thomas, Humble Pie, Mountain, Iron Claw, Uncle Acid, King Gizzard, Blue Cheer, The Stooges, Fresh Blueberry Pancake, MC5, Ngozi Family, Shinki Chen, Truth & Janey, Bloodrock, Highway Robbery, Dust, Uriah Heep, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, 13th Floor Elevators, Moving Sidewalks, Atomic Rooster, Buffalo, Elias Hulk, Masters Apprentices, Billy Thorpe & the Aztecs, May Blitz, Sir Lord Baltimore, The Yardbirds, Cream, Captain Beefheart, Tuluum Shimmering, Junior Kimbrough, Lightning Hopkins, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, T-Model Ford, WITCH, Zamrock, Khun Narin, Tinariwen, Mdou Moctar, Magnolia, George Brigman, Alice Cooper, Endless Boogie, Mountain, Zipper, Gorilla, Allah-las, Sam Gopal, Iron Claw, Flamin’ Groovies, CAN, Sainte Anthony’s Fyre, Budgie, Johnny Winter, November, American Blues, Moby Grape, Shuggie Otis, Steamhammer, Least Carpet, David Nance, Maxine Funke, Nick Drake, Trad Gras Och Stenar, Miaux, Chuck Johnson, Harold Budd, Hiroshi Yoshimura, Brian Eno, Gwenifer Raymond, P.G. Six, Mark McGuire, Steve Gunn, John Fahey, Leo Kottke, Bert Jansch, Ceephax, VDSQ, Chuck Johnson, Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, Tobacco, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Klaus Schulze, Giorgio Moroder, Jogging House, Fela Kuti, Lionmilk, Laraaji, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Louvin Brothers, Bobby Fuller, Bob Wills, Ernest Tubb, Buck Owens, George Jones, The Ventures, Johnny Horton, Townes Van Zandt, Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran, Johnny Cash, The Sadies, Duane Eddy, Magic Sam, Slim Harpo, Bo Diddley, Flatt & Scruggs, Del McCoury, WFMU Rock & Soul, The Doors, Velvet Underground, Spacemen 3, King Gizzard, Jean-Michel Jarre, Gram Parsons, Gene Clark, Humble Pie, The Faces, David Nance, Deep Tracks on Sirius, Los Dug Dug's, Bruce Haack…the list goes on and on…
Cubase Elements 11, Focusrite Interfaces, Lots of different guitars/basses/acoustics, various plug-ins, Arturia Keylab 49 midi controller, various percussive/world instruments, lots of effects/pedals/processors.
Get it now, or continue looking around?