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  • 7ce

    Daveit Ferris – Seven Chord EP

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    This EP is made up of the 7 'single chord' songs that were released as part of my '365 Sparks' project. Basically, these songs are based around one note from start to finish. I wanted the challenge of having to make things interesting using something other than chord changes [i mainly opted for rhythmic changes it appears ..]. These sessions were really fantastic because i'd never recorded anything like these songs before. If only there were more notes in the scale!
    £2.50
  • 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
  • ato365s

    Daveit Ferris – A Taste of 365 Sparks

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    This EP was released for two reasons; 1. to give the public a taste of the music that was soon to be launching as '365 Sparks'. 2. to have something to reach out to the press with in order to bolster the project prior to it launching. Overall, this EP was really well received and generated a very decent buzz for my project. It was even featured on the covermount CD on an issue of RockSound .. a magazine i've been reading forever - a cool moment! It's intentionally rock biased.
    £2.50
  • hh

    Daveit Ferris – Ho Ho [Let It Snow]

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    In winter 2013, i gave in to the nagging idea of writing and recording an original christmas song. My first drafts were all sentimental piano ballads, but i then i stumbled upon the idea of doing something tongue-in-cheek as to not add one more soppy christmas track to the airwaves. In order to make it a little more special, i enlisted the backing vocal assistance of many friends, something that really brings the track to life. Festive as can be!
    £0.99
  • Free
    CD Artwork

    Daveit Ferris – Traces

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    This was recorded under the name 'Sugar Mixtape' with a fantastic producer called Patrick Trolan in Portstewart, Northern Ireland. Whilst that particular outfit didn't record anything other than this track, i'm pretty proud of how this one turned out. The music personnel that helped bring this song to life are listed in a separate tab, the song itself was written and devised by myself. Paddy has since moved to the states otherwise there would be many more songs of this style in my catalogue!
    Free!
  • 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.
    £1.00
  • Free
    rta1

    Rescue the Astronauts – Your Scissors / My Seatbelt

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    A mere day after Mascara Story called it a day, i formed this band. I had no idea what the roadmap was but i knew that i wasn't putting my music on ice. I instantly began writing songs with two guitars in mind [something we had tried in Mascara, but with no success] which was super refreshing. I also was writing with layers in mind - pianos, strings, atmospheres.. it was a new world. It was around three months from the time of Mascara Story ending to being in the studio recording this EP with a new band [with a debut show supporting FallOutBoy along the way!]. Some of my favourite writing of mine to this day and still sounding as strong and fresh as it did all those years ago.
    Free!
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    ms2

    Mascara Story – The Worlds Most Famous Postcode

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    The Second [and final] EP by Mascara Story. I feel like this was a hugely mature leap from the first EP. The songs are better, the performances are better, the vocals are better and the production is better - we worked incredibly hard to ensure we were bettering our first EP before we booked dates to record these songs. The personnel is exactly the same as EP #1 - with Neal Calderwood producing us in Manor Park Studio. I'm still incredibly proud of this particular EP and to my ears, it still holds up as impactful, unique and solid.
    Free!
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    CD-Artwork

    Mascara Story – This is Not a Bruise

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    This single formed part of the prize for winning the Snickers Unsigned / Kerrang! competition in 2005 - and what an experience it was! Recording in such an amazing studio such as Livingston Studios in London was a dream. The producer we worked with was an absolute gent and someone i still call a friend to this day. We're all in agreement that the slightly premature intro the chorus lets the song down - but we had a strict deadline to adhere to and simply ran out of time to fix this minor issue - oh well! Enjoy :)
    Free!
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    ms1

    Mascara Story – The Importance of Safeguarding

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    The debut EP by Mascara Story - a real turning point in my music career. This was the first time i really sat down and worked on a bunch of songs with the mindset of them being on an EP. In my previous bands i either didn't write any music or i wasn't writing toward a release. I think my songwriting grew x100 as soon as i start Mascara Story with Sean & Jay. The recording sessions for this EP were intense for me as i had some vocal struggles early on [probably due to nerves] and i couldn't get my sounds as quickly as i'd have wished. However, i'm super proud of this EP as it helped us earn final placement on Kerrang! Magazines Unsigned Band Competition - that we ultimately won.
    Free!
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    Traffic Episode – Demo

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    This two-track was a demo my band, Traffic Episode, recorded live in the music college [where we were all studying] around late 2001/early early 2002. The recording session was sprung on us at the very last minute as we had no intentions to record - but we took that free opportunity to have someone produce our music! I'm thankful we did as i unfortunately have no other audio memories from that band/era to listen back to or share. Record everything, kids!
    Free!
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    fri

    FutureReal – Inbetween

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    This is the second [and last] EP that my first proper band recorded. This was recorded in the same studio with the same personnel, but i think the outcome is a lot more 'mature' sounding than the first EP [which was only about 4/5 months prior]. This EP was pretty well received in our city and was the catalyst for a handful of pretty decent support slots. Download it for free and let your mind wander back to somewhere between 2000/2001 [i feel old now!].
    Free!
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    FutureReal – Days

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    This release is the first 'proper' recordings of me, back when i was just a vocalist in a band called FutureReal. I'm still incredibly proud of the two EP's i recorded with the band to this day - especially as it gave me my first taste of being in a recording studio and leaving with something tangible and immortal in my paws. As stated, i'm just the vocalist in these recordings & i played no part in the compositional side either. Enjoy the walk to the very first rung on my audio ladder!
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