music that takes you through multiple dimensions & gets stuck in your head for days.
Indie Rock, Alternative Pop & More.
All songs written and produced by Greg Kocis.
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Another fun improv jam using Propellerhead’s Figure and a Fender Jaguar.
Just messing around with a fender American Telecaster limited edition and Propellerhead’s iOS app figure.
Working on some new tracks with Ronny Minuche on guitar.
“Dust in the Wind” is a song recorded by American progressive rock band Kansas and written by band member Kerry Livgren, first released on their 1977 album Kansas.
The song peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 the week of April 22, 1978, making it Kansas’s only top ten Billboard Hot 100 charting single. The 45-rpm single was certified Gold for sales of one million units by the RIAA shortly after the height of its popularity as a hit single. More than 25 years later, the RIAA certified Gold the digital download format of the song, Kansas’ only single to do so certified as of September 17, 2008.
Our version below is a rehearsal for a friends birthday party.
Online videos of soothing sounds known as ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response) are increasingly popular. Fans enjoy the relaxing effects of these ‘head orgasms’. Here, the makers of ASMR YouTube channels including WhisperAudios, WhispersRed and ASMRAngel explain the appeal of sounds such as gum-chewing, hair-brushing and beard-rubbing.
In this video, Donn’s Drum Vault presents, demo, and gives the story behind the legendary Hal Blaine’s equally legendary monster drum set. Hal Blaine played this drum set on literally thousands of the most significant pop recordings of our time. Check it out, and enjoy!
In this episode of Cardboard Chaos, they work with a master builder at the Fender Custom Shop to see if paper has the ability to handle the look, feel and sound of one of the world’s most recognizable guitars, the Fender Stratocaster. A master builder can make just about anything look good, but will it sound good?
In this 15-part series, Vic Firth and Daniel Glass will be looking at 100 years of drumming evolution. Learn about the key events and advancements that shaped the drumset we know and love today!
Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.