After a slow dramatic build, we systematically exercise our strongest riffs from previous jambs. As tension grows, a dawn-of-radio-era adventure plays out with danger and suspense around every jagged corner.
Deep bass warning. Starting dark and dramatic, a mechanical-but-human arpeggiation begins. Just after halfway, an instrument swap happens. With Art on drums, Daniel on keys, and Woz on guitar, things get like Eddie Money’s Latin shoreline. In the end of the first half it’s really hard metal for a spell, then later, so intensely and unexpectedly pretty. New sound treatment and mics coming next Jamb, prepare for increasing clarity.
keeping it more about the beat and less about a ton of chords or keys, beyond funk into our wanna-be jazz pulses. Art makes guitar-cries. These are good. Not so good that Woz forgot the phantom power on the overheads and Malo had a cable fail. Science in progress.
This is the Jamb which accompanies Podcast #2. I think you have this figured out. We made all this music for you, then we hang out with you and listen to it together.
Hear us wrangle in a new riff idea and try it on with different shoes. This Jamb is the only one we listened to while recording Commentary Podcast #1
This sounds like like the swinging step of a gentleman. Casually possessing stature and prowess. Sleep to this Jamb and awaken with newfound confidence, not unlike that of the meditating Samurai. Also he’s in the clouds.
You can hear riffs from several of our recurring singles throughout this one. Washed out and pumping, porous with details to discover. If you love Selfish Healing part 3, there’s a nice version here and more.
The spacey funk will wash over you on this, our first Live Jamb as a podcast. It’s a particularly diverse one. This one chronologically predates “Podcast #1” so there is not yet commentary for it, just the musical gladness.