I am super excited. My first single Rescue Car is released today. Come check it out. “Rescue Car” is like a bullet: a song that goes straight to the point, with no embellishment or ornaments, just substance. The track blurs the line between the raw energy of The Stooges and the catchy melodies of The Kinks, making for an outstanding retro feel with a great rock and roll groove and cool fuzzy guitar leads.
The Second Spirit music releases.
“Say What You Mean” is a song about being second in a long distance relationship. Oh, and the girl couldn’t be honest to save her life. I wrote this when I was in crunch time with Joe Gilder’s EP challenge which was a blast. It didn’t take long to write, I think I […]
“Modern Life” all started off one day when I went over to my drummer friend Joey Hennigan’s house. I brought a little Casio SK-1 sampler keyboard and Joey played some cool stuff on it. He played that awesome intro keyboard lick. We didn’t do much with it, but a year or so later I found that lick in my recordings and started playing with it.
“Words” is a song about society, honesty, gossip and influential pressure. I wrote the verse melody first on guitar, then slowly started on the chorus. Feeling kinda stuck, I aked my brother Justin Stills to help cowrite the lyrics. We wrote the chorus together and tether on the verses.
I wrote this song about my father. I lost my father in a car accident when was I two . And even though he is not here with me, There has been points in my life when I felt his spirit come out of the unseen to help guide me. Previously I threw down a […]
I really had a good time recording this song with JJ Johnson, Leigh Sogoloff and Vinnie Castaldo at The Tone Factory recording studios. While my original demo version was a Beatles sounding song, I am a lot happier with the way JJ Johnson produced it. It really turned it into a hot groove with lots […]
Some behind the scene shots of Snout & The Second Spirit recording a new album at the expanded Galahad Studios in Eugene, Oregon. Some of the gear we used logic, Ableton, Roland RE-201 Space Echo, Korg Polysix, microKorg, traveler guitar, Boss ME-70. http://snoutmusic.com/SNOUTMUSIC/Home
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