Don’t let all the internet politics and piracy debates fool you, the Ground To Zero project is all about making music and sharing it freely! The music-making machine fired up again last Saturday (thanks again Jake and Gazz), however you may have noticed that I’ve totally slacked off in the music sharing department. That ends here dammit!
Unfortunately we don’t have any studio tracks for you, but we do have a metric shit-tonne of raw video footage taken from our 2009 jam sessions. “Shit-tonne” is of course the technical term for a hard disk full of video files, which I’ve been trawling through like a pig digging for truffles. Before you get too excited, let me first point out that these videos were never meant to be high quality productions. What we have is a demo reel of musical experimentation, and some of those experiments failed spectacularly. Others sucked considerably less (to my ears anyway), so I’m going to release those ones to the world. Why? Because that’s how we roll bee-atch (cue the gansta beatz).
My god that was a lot of preamble.
If you’re keen to hear some raw new music, check out this demo track I cobbled together from our second jam session on 28th March 2009. It features Jase on bass, Jake on guitar and both Gazz and myself on the duelling drum kits. Roll it…
So now that we’re all sharing, it’s time for you to share your comments. You can even share the video itself if you want, it’s free under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Australia License. Have fun!