Inspired by a rainy day, I wanted to make a more melancholy song that would be great to listen to while studying or relaxing. It is also on my SoundCloud. soundcloud.com/everettclemons



Recorded by Tsarina on June 10th, 2017 at The Sound Wall in Opelika, Alabama.  Vocals - Libby Riordan  Rhythm Guitar - Keegan Haanschoten  Lead Guitar - David Horn  Tin Whistle - Jon Elgan  Bass - Matt Kucera  Percussion - Adam Brown  Mixed by Jeremy Leff.



This track is essentially my impression of Nujabes, a producer whose music I have been studying to for the past 8 years. I often wonder how my GPA would appear without his catalog. The lyrics reflect the overly self-conscious outlook I sometimes hold in the face of love. Surely childish, but hopefully relatable. I composed the beat from scratch and am very happy with it, please enjoy.


The Recovery

This is one of my favorite songs I've ever written. The tension caused by the chord progression is completely contrasted by the easy guitar. The entire song has an effect on it called LFO. What I used this for was to bring the volume down every 2 beats and back up again immediately. This creates a very "wavy" effect that plays directly into the drums I played. This is an easy going song and is perfect to study to.

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