FATHER JHON MISTY-Uma Nova Vida Para O Ex_Fleet Foxes

 

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Josh Tillman nesta foto no estudio durante as gravações

Mas vamos para a matéria que ele fala sobre a nova vida musical neste momento de sua carreira.

Josh Tillman, gravou   e  lançou  álbuns solo desde 2003 e recentemente saiu da banda de Seattle Fleet Foxes onde tocou bateria de  2008-2011 um álbum, em que Tillman descreve como um “período de imobilização de depressão”, em sua casa em Seattle ex. “um compositor ptem sido  interessante e necessário, porque eu vi como o veículo de verdade, mas eu tinha essa percepção de que tudo o que eu realmente tinha feito com ele foi sarar  minhas feridas durante anos e anos, e se tornar mais e mais isolado das pessoas. Eu não gosto nem de sarar minhas feridas na  música,. Eu não acredito que até agora eu nunca colocou nada em risco na minha música. “

Ele continua: “Eu perdi todo o interesse em escrever música, ou identificando-se como um” compositor “. Eu tenho em minha van com cogumelos suficientes para sufocar um cavalo e começou a dirigir ao longo da costa sem ter para onde ir. Depois de algumas semanas, eu estava escrevendo um romance, que é onde eu finalmente encontrei a minha voz narrativa. A voz que é realmente útil.

Tillman levou as demos para LA produtor / compositor / pal Jonathan Wilson, e em fevereiro de 2011 começou a gravar em sua casa-estúdio em Echo Park. “Inicialmente, a idéia era apenas uma espécie de recriar as demos, desde que eles foram muito aprofundados  mas um lugar como LA lhe proporciona uma riqueza diferente etc, talento, potencial do que em qualquer outro lugar. Percebi que era possível entre as habilidades de Jônatas, e o calibre dos músicos que estão apenas penduradas em torno de Los Angeles, muito rapidamente. As pessoas foram entrando e saindo do estúdio o dia todo, às vezes, e outros dias, seria apenas Jonathan e eu escondido, se embriagando, e fazendo tudo. [Via SubPop]

Fun Fear estará  disponível  em 01 de maio de 2012 de Sub Pop e Bella União, em os EUA

 

 

    

Josh Tillman, who has been recording/releasing solo albums since 2003 and who recently left Seattle’s Fleet Foxes after playing drums from 2008-2011 had an album gestating during what Tillman describes as an “immobilizing period of depression”, in his former Seattle home. “Songwriting for me had always only been interesting and necessary because I saw it as this vehicle for truth, but I had this realization that all I had really done with it was lick my wounds for years and years, and become more and more isolated from people and experiences. I don’t even like wound-licking music, I want to listen to someone rip their arm off and beat themselves with it. I don’t believe that until now I’ve ever put anything at risk in my music. I was hell-bent on putting my preciousness at stake in order to find something worth singing about.”

He continues, “I lost all interest in writing music, or identifying as a ‘songwriter’. I got into my van with enough mushrooms to choke a horse and started driving down the coast with nowhere to go. After a few weeks, I was writing a novel, which is where I finally found my narrative voice. The voice that is actually useful.

“It was a while before that voice started manifesting in a musical way, but once I settled in the Laurel Canyon spider-shack where I’m living now, I spent months demoing all these weird-ass songs about weird-ass experiences almost in real-time, and kind of had this musical ‘Oh-there-I-am’ moment, identical to how I felt when I was writing the book. It was unbelievably liberating. I knew there was never any going back to the place I was writing from before, which was a huge relief. The monkey got banished off my back.”

Tillman brought the demos to LA producer/songwriter/pal Jonathan Wilson, and in February 2011 began recording at his home-studio in Echo Park. “Initially, the idea was to just kind of recreate the demos with me playing everything, since they were pretty fleshed out and sounded cool, but a place like LA affords you a different wealth of talent, potential, etc than just about anywhere else. I realized what was possible between Jonathan’s abilities, and the caliber of musicians that are just hanging around LA, pretty quickly. People were coming in and out of the studio all day sometimes, and other days, it would just be Jonathan and I holed up, getting stoned, and doing everything. [via subpop]

Fear Fun is available May 1, 2012 from Sub Pop and Bella Union, in the US and UK/EU respective

 

 

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