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Indie-pop duo Peachcake is determined to lift the world's spirits, one city at a time. The group's quest for global cheer-ification begins on the streets of Los Angeles, where the band conducts their "free art" experimet. See it all unfold in the 'Souls Have No Drum Machine' music video.
Says vocalist Stefan Pruett, "The video captures Peachcake's pursuit to bring forth free art to the citizens of Los Angeles (and soon the entire earth) in hopes that it will inherently lift spirits, liven hearts, and revive exuberance in their daily quests and trajectory! Greatness abound, from the weirdos of the Planet Awesome". Yeah!!
Boris & Cristiana... you inspire me to try.. i hope you like it.. i sure do.. thank you .... credits go to::::::::
Thank you, and thanks for the cool tune.. i tried it was so difficult to find somethang catchy... :) (:
This funky song is a mix of many simple plans of funk guitar licks, no drums but the rythm and the feeling are there!
It could be a lesson for the novice and beginner guitarist who likes the funky rythms, the funky and blues rock riffs and song. It's played with only two fingers.. Red hot chili peppers are so great..
(morceaux de musique funk pour que les debutants et amateurs puissent apprendre le rythme funky, c'est assez facile a jouer, il suffit d'aller de plus en plus vite..).
What do you get when you combine three friends with musical instruments and some amps? In one instance, The Midnight Charm was born. What began as a fun project, and an outlet for creativity, has grown into much more. Putting in hours of time to practice and prepare, three young men from Wylie, TX work hard to hone their stage act and sound.
The Midnight Charm came about from another band. Vocalist/Guitarist Justin Wooley and Bassist Sean Enfield were members of a small, local band "Razors, Rockets, and Dynamite" just prior to the forming of TMC. When members of "Razors..." decided to go their own ways and pursue their own interests, Sean and Justin mulled ideas over for some time; even considering being a two-man band at one point, with no drums.
The acquisition of Wahl as a drummer was an accident who no one really remembers how it happened. After a few practices, it was decided to keep Wahl as the drummer full-time.
The three now work together, with Enfield doing most lyrical work. All three write their own instrumental parts, along with Wooley deciding how the song will be sung. All these parts working together make for one hell of a ghost in the machine. The machine known as "The Midnight Charm".
I saw religion had tied freedom from his shaven head to his toes.
Then I heard freedom and he spoke saying his life was about to go.
Then I heard someone shout "JOY be upon you" but I think it slipped off.
In that place I heard no laughter, only a cough.
Why the bells, the smells and and what's that thing?
No drums sounded out people seemed to be - mourning.
I think religion's like paper work that doesn't have to be done.
Who puts a bandage on a bandage when there's no cut on the thumb.
Why give glory to the poor man wearing something like a dress?
You know the one that thinks he has power to bless.
Why's he carrying that great big shepherd's crook?
I wish from his sheep he would unhook.
I think Pentecostals broke out with G-d by breaking free from their chains.
In flowed the spirit but so sadly out leaked fluid mixed with their brains.
Yet they're surely riding on the crest of G-d's giant moving wave.
Believing that he wants to speak wants to heal, to save.
People let's throw away religion that's like a yolk.
Strapped around our neck and then be FREE.
Lyrics by Davyd Homan