Sunday, 14 March 2010

Sunday Free Noodle 6

This week’s noodle is:

Matt Stevens(guitars/loops)/Alun Vaughan (Bass/Keys/Programming/Production) - Burning Bandstands(Alun Vaughan Remix)(original engineer K Feazey)

This a great remix of Burning Bandstands off Echo by bassist, and composer Alun Vaughan. Love the Bass playing - hes really melodic and interesting as a musician. If you ever get a chance to see him play solo bass it’s well worth it and he also plays in the fine progressive beat combo Panic Room plus he has pretty much the busiest gigging schedule of any musician i know.

Love the distort on the acoustic guitar and the amazing bass passage half way thru, excellent stuff.

Please let me know what you think of this and if you would like to do a remix give me a shout.

More noodles next week.

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Please let me know what you think of this and if you would like to do a remix give me a shout. More noodles next week.

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About The Sunday Free Noodle

The Sunday Free Noodle project is a free MP3 ever week - remixes, collaborations, live stuff, spoken word stuff and other odd things - for the next year. 52 MP3’s (thats alot). I think it will be a challenge to keep this going and I’m really looking forward to doing it - please subscribe to the podcast feed on itunes to get it free every week and tell me what you think(yes you can say if you think if its crap). I hope you enjoy it.

This project has only really come about because i have injured my back and have had a chance to go through my hard drives whilst lying on the floor with the laptop on my chest. Odd how things happen.

I really it want to be a collaborative process. Let me know - if you are a remixer, cellist, vocalist, percussionist, film maker,trumpet player or visual artist or anything else let me know(although I draw the line at juggling) . Perhaps i could send you some stuff(loops and noodles) to add something to?

Speak soon

Speak Soon


Rainer Straschill said...

Again, a nice one! Love those string pads, and the super-lofi drums.

I wonder: will there be an "Echo of the Echo" album with all the remixes?

Unknown said...

Yup - i'm going to do a "Collected Noodles" album one day - glad you liked it Rainer. All the remixers have been amazing and taken such different approaches.

Anonymous said...

Great fun! :)

Unknown said...

Cheers - its all done to Alun's Hard work


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