Drew Vics | Timeless Tales of Yesternever, Vol. 1

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Timeless Tales of Yesternever, Vol. 1

by Drew Vics

Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lightning
4:02 $0.99
2. Stuntman Theme
3:36 $0.99
3. Dragon Valley, Pt. One: The Hunt
1:18 $0.99
4. Airbrain
2:25 $0.99
5. Dragon Valley, Pt. Two: The Battle
1:18 $0.99
6. Deep Blue Charm
3:25 $0.99
7. Through the Mist
4:47 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Timeless Tales of Yesternever Volume 1 is a collection of songs, previously unreleased, that were rediscovered and reinvented with the addition of new drums, bass and some guitar parts. The title suggests the situation: songs from yesterday that were never heard, until now. And the "timeless" aspect is that they still resonate, with me anyway.

The song Lightning was inspired during my reading of a book by the same name, written by Dean Koontz. Somehow the music captures the excitement and mood of that story for me.

Stuntman Theme reminded me of those late 70's, early 80's TV action shows. The Dragon Valley songs just reminded me of fire breathing dragons. Airbrain had a simple, air-headed lightness to it originally, with the airy sounding melodic patterns and windy whirling tones. Deep Blue Charm reminded me of the ocean.

Through the Mist is a brand new track, composed and finished in 2015, based on a rhythm piece I created a couple of years earlier. I had nothing to do with that until I started messing with some guitar ideas and the rhythm fit. The original rhythm had a jungle feel to it, and I imagined a misty fog drifting through a rain forest or something, maybe peering through trees onto a vast grassland.

The title Through the Mist also suggested a concept hinted at by the lyrics. We are inundated with same-but-different music coming out of the radio. There is a fog of bland, boring music. One may also think that there is no really new music to make, but I think there is. We just need to approach it differently. It's tough with all of the influences we have from our favorite musicians and bands, but we have our own voices. Just need to find them.

Keep looking for the beacon, through the mist. That's the good stuff.

And I'll add, that if the above comments don't match what your impression of the music is, that's good. Your interpretation is equally valid, or more so. It's brain music. No words to think about really. Your brain will decide what thoughts and emotions it wants to connect to the music, and that's better than someone else telling you what to think.

I hope you enjoy Timeless Tales of Yesternever, Volume 1. I'm working on Volume 2.



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