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  • aug

    Daveit Ferris – August

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    The eighth instalment of turning the ‘365 Sparks’ project into monthly albums for archival purposes. ‘August’ contains a handful of my favourites from the overall project; Champagne, Magnetosphere & Atlas.
    £6.99
  • july

    Daveit Ferris – July

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    The seventh instalment of turning the '365 Sparks' project into monthly albums for archival purposes. 'July' contains a handful of my favourites from the overall project; First to Bleed, Your Bruises & Before God Takes You Away.
    £6.99
  • june

    Daveit Ferris – June

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    The sixth instalment of turning the '365 Sparks' project into monthly albums for archival purposes. 'June' contains a handful of my favourites from the overall project; Vultures, Slowdance & Sing for My Supper.
    £6.99
  • may

    Daveit Ferris – May

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    The fifth instalment of turning the '365 Sparks' project into monthly albums for archival purposes. 'May' contains a handful of my favourites from the overall project; Mixtapes, An Artist Must Starve & E.
    £6.99
  • apr

    Daveit Ferris – April

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    The fourth instalment of turning the '365 Sparks' project into monthly albums for archival purposes. 'April' contains a handful of my favourites from the overall project; Don't, Emergency & Second Best.
    £6.99
  • mar

    Daveit Ferris – March

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    The third instalment of turning the '365 Sparks' project into monthly albums for archival purposes. 'March' contains a handful of my favourites from the overall project; Nervous [Ship] Wreck, On the Wagon & Be My Radiator.
    £6.99
  • fb

    Daveit Ferris – February

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    The second instalment of turning the '365 Sparks' project into monthly albums for archival purposes. 'February' contains a handful of my favourites from the overall project; Blood Generator, All I Wanted & Vital Sign.
    £6.99
  • jan

    Daveit Ferris – January

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    Part of my '365 Sparks' project from the start was the idea to turn the songs released in each month into an album titled after the month - it makes perfect sense. This is the first monthly compilation i released using this idea. It's pretty interested to release a 30+ track each month, that's for sure! £6.99 for 31 tracks is a bargain!
    £6.99
  • wms

    Daveit Ferris – White Mountain Sessions

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    In early 2009, i connected with a music publisher that had his own recording studio - the idea was that i'd spend time there writing and recording material and we'd pitch the results to tv shows, etc. This EP is the first and only session we did together and was more of a 'test' than a finished product, hence why there's only one new song here [and its a demo i did completely alone late one night]. I'm not sure whether i prefer these versions of the tracks or the originals...
    £1.50
  • s

    Daveit Ferris – Shiverwrists

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    This album was written in a state of frustration; at my living situation, at my current band and at my relationship status. On a complete whim, i booked 10 days in a remote recording studio before i had even finished a song. I was working full-time at the time, so it wasn't until the week before sessions were due to start that i finished the songs - too close for comfort! I played everything except the drums [thanks Jack Carlin!]. It was a fantastic experience and i was able to vent in a musical fashion about those feelings.
    £2.50
  • ny

    Daveit Ferris – New York

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    'New York' was the fourth album of original material that i released in 2008 - my first year of being 'solo'. The reason i decided to release 'Los Angeles' & 'New York' as a pair was simply because i wrote the songs for both albums during a particularly energetic two-week writing period - it just made sense - for this purpose, both albums are pretty much just vocals/acoustic guitar and sound similar.  This was recorded in the living room of a house with no heating - no vibrato technique needed; the cold supplied the vocal shiver!
    £2.50
  • la

    Daveit Ferris – Los Angeles

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    I've always been fascinated by America. All the best bands and movies come from there. A month or so after releasing my second solo album, i found myself with enough songs to spread across two separate releases - these songs were similar in style, so i decided to package them together as the names of the two most interesting american cities. There's some interesting acoustic parts on this record; bruised, red wine teeth and when we embrace would be three.
    £2.50
  • tlhath

    Daveit Ferris – The Lonely House Attracts the Hearts

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    The 'Difficult' second album? Nah! I wrote and recorded this one in about three weeks [around one month after the release of my solo debut] and i enjoyed every minute of it. I learned a lot about my solo writing and production when i was making the first solo record and i took everything i learned into the second album. I don't think i've heard one person question whether it's a better album because everything goes up a notch here. Some of these songs i can still listen to and enjoy all these years later - that's my litmus test!
    £2.50
  • ifdl

    Daveit Ferris – Invites for Drunk Lips

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    My first solo album. It was written and recorded within the same few weeks in early 2008. It was recorded at home using nothing more than one microphone, one acoustic guitar and one keyboard. I had absolutely no idea what i was doing [in production terms] whilst recording it; but that made it exciting. I had no plans to be a ‘solo artist'; i just wanted to start recording all the songs i was writing at the time. ‘For what it’s worth‘ and ‘Glitz & The Glamour‘ were recorded by Ryan Mitchell. All songs were written & performed by me.
    £2.50
  • hd

    Daveit Ferris – Home Demos 2003 – 2004

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    Toward the very end of 2008, having released four completely original albums earlier in the year, i decided to round up a handful of old 'demos' and 'outtakes' and half-finished ideas and compile them. My thinking was merely to clear the deck a little bit for more music to happen in 2009. There's something awesome about cutting loose a song that inspires new creativity in me. These are incredibly rough as they were only designed for my ears and often just so i wouldn't forget them so minimal effort was involved.
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