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Blaine Todd // Every Road is a Good Road TAPE

Blaine Todd // Every Road is a Good Road TAPE

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US singer-songwriterBlaine Todd's third full-length album. If you are a fan of Andrew Wheathers, I highly recommend this book.Limited to 3 copies. DL code included

"Taking its title from a personal mantra that Blaine has relied upon through the years to mark his high points and weather the lows, Every Road Is A Good Road was written in a manic burst of creative energy over the course of a single week. him some time to finalize these songs in the form you see presented here, however.

In order to mold this collection of raw sketches into a cohesive statement, Blaine needed to sit with them and contextualize what it was that he was actually doing. Having grown accustomed to performing in a number of bands throughout the Bay Area, he suddenly found himself operating truly alone following a brief decampment to NYC. The album became something of a salve for this dearth of creative outlets in an unfamiliar city, as he sought to burn off the sway of external influences and refine his own inimitable voice.

... Somehow, Todd managed to capture basic tracking for the entire album in just 24 hours. Afterwards, he felt fucked. Walking home from the subway at 8am the following morning, Blaine expected to experience some sense of accomplishment. Instead, he met. The Brooklyn dawn in a fried and anxious state. You can feel this energy coming across in the loose, dragged vibe that carries through the album's duration, drawing you deeper into Blaine's dogged pursuit of raw self expression and ecstatic self discovery.

In the end – Every Road Is A Good Road embodies a ragged, tired psalms for the exhausted cowboy that lives within each of us. "- 
Full Spectrum Records

Artist: Blaine Todd

Label: Full Spectrum Records 

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US singer-songwriterBlaine Todd's third full-length album. If you are a fan of Andrew Wheathers, I highly recommend this book.Limited to 3 copies. DL code included

"Taking its title from a personal mantra that Blaine has relied upon through the years to mark his high points and weather the lows, Every Road Is A Good Road was written in a manic burst of creative energy over the course of a single week. him some time to finalize these songs in the form you see presented here, however.

In order to mold this collection of raw sketches into a cohesive statement, Blaine needed to sit with them and contextualize what it was that he was actually doing. Having grown accustomed to performing in a number of bands throughout the Bay Area, he suddenly found himself operating truly alone following a brief decampment to NYC. The album became something of a salve for this dearth of creative outlets in an unfamiliar city, as he sought to burn off the sway of external influences and refine his own inimitable voice.

... Somehow, Todd managed to capture basic tracking for the entire album in just 24 hours. Afterwards, he felt fucked. Walking home from the subway at 8am the following morning, Blaine expected to experience some sense of accomplishment. Instead, he met. The Brooklyn dawn in a fried and anxious state. You can feel this energy coming across in the loose, dragged vibe that carries through the album's duration, drawing you deeper into Blaine's dogged pursuit of raw self expression and ecstatic self discovery.

In the end – Every Road Is A Good Road embodies a ragged, tired psalms for the exhausted cowboy that lives within each of us. "- 
Full Spectrum Records

Artist: Blaine Todd

Label: Full Spectrum Records