Come listen to my band - part 2! (Now with more YouTubes)
Continuing the discussion from Come listen to my band!:
I don't know if any of you already know this, but I'm in a band called 7 second hurricane. We've done a few gigs, and for the past year we've been working on recording material.
I'll keep you updated when we release new stuff if you guys are interested.
Hey guys, my band just released our second single today and I thought you might like to have a listen.
Just like last time, we're available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and <technical-term>shitloads</technical-term> of other services (allegedly over 600 of them). You can stream our tracks (or buy them if you really love me)
Filed under: "7 second hurricane" is also my nickname in the bedroom
OK so I just spotted this little from the Microsoft Music store.
So I can buy the 3 tracks individually for £0.79 each, or I can buy all 3 together for £7.99.
Filed under: How about no?
I will concede that you aren't half bad and that you might be entering my playlist.
We're under no illusions that we're going to "make it" or anything. We just do this for fun. We're all in our 30s with jobs, families, etc, but it's nice to make some music, play some gigs and have some fun.
We can't afford to pay for studio time for recording, so we've bodged together a home made studio on the cheap. I think we do a pretty decent job considering that it's quite low budget.
Fun fact: our "studio" used to be a slaughterhouse, so our label is called "To the Slaughterhouse Records".
That's just standard Album pricing though. You're expected to have some minimum number of tracks (10).
We released it as a single. It's much cheaper everywhere else. It's either the distributor or Microsoft who messed up. My money is on Microsoft, because iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, HMV, etc, etc, etc, all got out right.