Delicious Audio Blog – Stompbox Exhibit, Synth Expo and MixCon
Delicious Audio Blog – Stompbox Exhibit, Synth Expo and MixCon
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Guerilla Toss – Q&A about Gear and the Creative Process behind ‘GT Ultra’

Brooklyn via Boston avant-punks Guerilla Toss are ready to enter the next stage of their career with the release of a new full-length (entitled "GT ULTRA") on DFA Records. - (photo by photo by Ross Brubeck

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Bangladeafy Jon Ehlers’ pedalboard (Bass)

If you understand music from a technical and creative angle, Brooklyn/Long Island duo Bangladeafy will, in all likelihood, blow your mind. We praised them enough already in our sister blog The Deli (they placed 2nd in our Best of NYC 2017 Yearly Poll for emerging artists,...

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Bellows talk about their music, guitars, pedals & synths

Bellows is the bedroom project of Brooklyn songwriter/guitarist/producer Oliver Kalb, an ex member of now defunct NYC group The Epochs, a little known band that released some very interesting music back in the aughts. Active with this solo project since the beginning of the decade, Oliver...

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Send Medicine’s guitar pedals in “July Eyes”

Inspired by the mind expanding sounds of the '60s, Send Medicine began as the solo project for Toronto based singer/songwriter Julian Hacquebard in the summer of 2012. Now based in Los Angeles and expanded to five (and at times six) members , the band, in debut album...

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Color Tongue Pedals & Creative Process

Color Tongue is a spacey, indie-psych rock band hailing from Brooklyn. Their latest release, Sprouts, is 8 tracks of inventive, sometimes atmospheric tracks, that while feeling expansive, ground itself with both its fun and infectious qualities. With such a myriad of different sounds coming from their...

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Brooklyn’s The Boobies talk about Pedals

Brooklyn's own The Boobies are a garage pop four-piece with some instant-earworm songwriting chops, but don't let that fool you---the group isn't afraid to get dirty and bare their fangs when they mean it. With the recent release of their single, "Children of the Dark Art,"...

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The Luyas’ synth and pedal arsenal

With ethereal vocals, and thick, multi-layered instrumentals, The Luyas craft the type of songs that yield new musical discoveries on each pass. Their dreamy indie/psych, engaging lyricism, and sometimes enigmatic instrumentation are well deserving of repeat listens, but even after doing so, it might be hard to puzzle out...

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James Supercave’s favorite pedal and synth

15541278_1023578021104093_5553702689792544543_n[1] After winning The Deli's Best of 2015 LA Poll for Emerging Artist, in 2016 James Supercave went on to deliver on that "promise" with their perfect 2016 full length debut 'Better Strange.' This is one of those bands able to marry, in their songs, utter catchiness with a tense darkness...

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Lola Colt’s guitar pedals

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London-based sextet, Lola Colt, is moody, enigmatic, and offer such a palpable, otherworldly music that it's easy to find yourself swept up in their sound and tumbling down dark corridors led by a slew of fuzzy guitars, soaring melodic swells, and a set of siren-like vocals....

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Kassassin Street’s Pedals, Synths and Creative Process

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uyYOZ7lXs4 Hailing from the UK's Southsea region, Kassassin Street brings a refreshingly breezy approach to psychedelia, with a danceability factor that will intrigue music fans nostalgic of the glorious psych pop British bands of the late '80s and early '90s, from the Charlatans to The Stone Roses to Happy Mondays. Throughout...

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Giraffes? Giraffes! – Pedals & Creative Process

girafffes Western MA-based GIRAFFES? GIRAFFES!  is one of those bands crafting deliciously head-spinning math-rock licks so labyrinthine, that you'd imagine it'd be tough for even a full four or five piece band to execute. So, when you hear that their music is the work of...

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Doom Metal Band, King Woman, Talks about Guitar and Bass Pedals

kw-boards If the ground were to one day crack open, and the sounds of Tartarus began to seep out of the earth, I'd like to imagine the hellish cacophony would sound a bit like King Woman. The San Francisco-based four-piece crafts the...

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Delicate Steve’s Effect Pedals

13729196_1256187777755386_8999857685950939057_n[1] If music is language, Delicate Steve's mother tongue is electric guitar - with an assorted stompbox accent. Few contemporary guitarists master the six strings' vocabulary the way he does, unafraid as he is to experiment with tone, effects, and parts. Edgy and forward looking artists like...

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