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Dustin Heveron’s: Less Good Versions of Well-Known Songs — Something

Hello, chum! If the colder autumn weather and constant threat of the zombie apocalypse (trust me, it’s closer than you think) have you feeling down, then allow me to recommend a solution that’s even better than anything your local apothecary could whip up with their entire vault of sundries! That’s right, I’m talking about the dulcet tones and delightful rhythms of Dustin Heveron’s Less Good Versions of Well-Known Songs™ (patent pending). On the butcher’s block in this inaugural episode is a legendary song by the Fab Four from Frankfurt, The Beatles! If you’ve ever heard The Beatles’ song, “Something” and thought to yourself, “Hm, I wonder what that song would sound like without all the instruments and other band members and musical ability?” than THIS is the version for you! If you enjoy it, share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too! Or if you hate it, still share it with your friends and you can all bond with one another by mocking it mercilessly as a group! It’s 2014, and hatred is every bit as valuable as positivity when it comes to the internet.

Play on,

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30 in 30, Day 26: Your Emo Acoustic Fix for the Day

In contrast to the last song I toyed with, this time I wanted to lay down something acoustic and pretty bare from a recording standpoint (I did everything in pretty much one take, minus the bridge vocals because they overlap slightly), so I picked a song that I’ve always sort of vibed with when I’m in my slightly more emo moods. Like most of the things I’ve been doing in this 30 in 30 project, it’s less about showing off what a stellar musician/vocalist I am (clearly not the case), and more about continuing to spur myself on creatively and stretch my comfortability with different mediums. As always, share anything you like with your friends, and please feel free to criticize all my musical flaws and shortcomings in the comments section.


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