9 thoughts on “ Love Cage - Andrew Savage (4) - Well (Cassette) ”

  1. Andrew Savage, one of the co-songwriters of Parquet Courts, is decidedly "not an engineer," yet he owns tape machines and once built a studio with his friends in Denton, Texas. Savage's top priority when recording is an environment free of distraction - acoustics be damned.
  2. SWEET SAVAGE LOVE was a + page psychodrama that was less about love than it was about Stockholm syndrome, hate sex, and physical and psychological torture. I thought reading one of her later books, SURRENDER TO LOVE (published in ), had adequately prepared me for SWEET SAVAGE LOVE, but I was woefully mistaken/5().
  3. I first became aware of Dave Criddle when I discovered the world of podcasts in Along with Australia's Andrew Brierly, Dave was the co-host of the Home Recording ceiroforgioumuha.rilrisucacuddtunepdiahourgtikickfid.co created HRO to document his own recording evolution and to share discoveries, tips and information. The addition of Dave to HRO brought a deeper level of experience as well as a personality as engaging as Andrew's.
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  5. I would have liked more poems read by the people who wrote them but, unfortunately, the sound quality suffers from home recordings. Other poems were competently read by Paul Rance, Andy Bruce and Andrew Savage. I soon got used to the laid-back presentation and the fun of it, but there are serious reviews and poems on the tape as well.
  6. Nov 17,  · The double cassette International Sound Communication 15 (double C 90 cassette) was one of the first international compilations with one of my tracks – it made me realise – the whole scene is totally worldwide.. very open minded, because there was from extreme harsh noise to my Country flavoured track on the compilation.
  7. These Brooklyn-via-Eastern Texas punks are frequently (lazily) called “slackers,” mostly because they’re making guitar rock in — a task they refer to in the liner notes of the Tally All the Things That You Broke EP as “teaching a dying dog new tricks” — but that couldn’t be further from the truth. No one feels as close to writing a manifesto as Parquet Courts.
  8. Andrew Savage (3) Guitar, Vocals, Artwork but this has to be the best songwriting over the course of an album they have ever done. While I don't love the idea some of their edges being smoothed out with the slicker sound Danger Mouse brings, I can't deny that I love the production of this album. the deluxe and normal edition i'd say.

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