Most of my lyrics come from dreams and memories. For the EP, I went on a journey into the depths of my soul, pulled out pieces, and arranged them into these lyrical stories. Sometimes lyrics come first, sometimes music.
We would record the sound of a recycling bin for a kick drum, for example, or put the piano through a guitar amp and pedals, so that the sounds are familiar and organic but there’s something new about them.
I've never considered myself a singer to be honest, but lately I'm coming to terms with the fact that I am a singer and not just a music producer.
There are such extremes of living here and there are always new resources popping up and mediums and venues that keep you working. There is such an immediacy to this city.
they possess a sprightly vibe, yet it's unmistakably and curiously entangled with a hardcore, no-bullshit fervor.
The lyrics tend to start with something I've experienced, recently or a while ago, but there's usually a healthy amount of abstraction thrown in.
Porches is Aaron Maine, a New York City transplant by way of Westchester. The songwriter lives with his musician girlfriend, Greta Kline (aka Frankie Cosmos), and each contributes to the other’s musical projects.
It’s a festival run without capitalistic motives, a welcome change in the bloated festival landscape and one of the reasons it’s been nicknamed “the anti-festival.”
..dozens of pink two-liter water bottles hung above turntables on a raised stage. They bobbed and swayed throughout the day, hovering like an aquatic crown to the talented DJs and producers that helmed the decks..