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"Si torna al DIY di fine anni 70 ed inizio anni 80!"

05/08/10
Già dall'inizio di questo EP formato da 4 tracce in perfetto stile Punk Rock, si nota l'efficienza della musica. Ti riporta all'epoca d'oro del DIY di fine anni 70 ed inizio anni 80, quando a quei tempi il Punk non era semplicemente una "moda" ma proprio ed assolutamente un "modo di essere"...
Quando la musica era artigianale, e non influenzata dalla cultura pop o da qualunque altra cosa...
Si suonava senza la necessità o l'obbligo di essere od assomigliare a grandi personaggi, chitarristi o cantanti.

Anche se si nota la modernità delle registrazioni, questo album assomiglia di molto a quelli di quegli anni!

Tornate anche voi alle mentalità di circa 40 anni fa...
Ascoltate questo EP! - Jamendo.com


Discography

"The Difference", album 2003. (Limited self release)
"The Extra Mohican", album 2005. (Limited self release)
"Mad Mush EP", EP 2007. (Creative Commons licence release)
"Keep looking for treasure", album 2010. (As yet unreleased)
"Murderer, grampa" EP 2011. (Limited self release)

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"Marvellous track!" - Pete Cogle (petecogle.com) on "Way down shit creek with no paddle" from "Mad Mush EP".

Mush is a composer / producer and has written over a hundred songs, of which over 30 are planned for Mad Mush release. Mush produces release quality recordings in his own studio, using outside studios for drum recording only. The "Murderer, grampa" EP (February 2011) cost about £300 for the drums. At that cost, Mad Mush could make three full length albums for less than £2000.

Given that a release quality album normally costs considerably more, say from £10,000 and up, the value of this offering is around £30,000 for recording costs only. Add to that the quality of these 30+ songs. There are quality demos of all of them. The publishing rights to these songs might amount to a six figure number. Mad Mush have had over 50,000 listens and downloads online.

We've also got a professional promo video, produced in Soho, shot over two days and edited for a month, for a cost of about £10,000 (the studio with the equipment we used for the shooting would have been about 3,500/day).

Given that Mad Mush also has an intimidating line-up of competent, stage savvy musicians, who get on really well and have ambitions to go far together, and over £140,000's worth of product to work with, we feel that a company running for profit, who wishes to take advantage of it, needs to bring a substantial budget to the table in terms of promotion and sales.