Author Archives: Brian Malfoy

another lame update

So I’m still doing this, despite the gross lack of evidence on this blog. I’m going to write my 40th song in 40 days today. Yesterday’s song kicked ass, and I apologize for the delay here. I promised not to cherry-pick and I won’t. Expect that after the holidays (at the latest), I go into serious recording mode and get this shit rolling.


Song-a-Day News!

So today is the day. I wrote 30 songs in 30 days in November. I haven’t been as up-to-date recording them as I had hoped. But ultimately, this is intended as an exercise in creativity and songwriting. So the question is- what happens now? I could call it quits at 30 and concentrate on recording the 20 that you still need to hear. Then I’d have, maybe 5 or 6 actual decent songs and the wonderful memories. Or I could keep writing a song a day indefinitely and work at getting better at this. I guess I know what decision I’ve made. I’m going to keep this going as long as I can (that’s what she said). No guarantees on how frequently I’ll record, but I don’t plan on cherry-picking songs. I’ll record all of what I write as I can, and post it right here.


update

Hey! The great news is that as of today, November 23, I’ve written 24 SONGS! The less fortunate news is that I haven’t had the time to record anything in a while. I’ll do my best to get that happening as soon as possible.


Song-a-Day 10: “Slaughter Said To Slaughter” (EXPLICIT LYRICS)

This is one of my favorites so far. :)

Slaughter Said To Slaughter
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Song-a-Day 9: “Made-For-TV Movie Script”

You can kind of tell what I’m going for here, I think. I don’t want to spend a whole ton of time in production on these…

Made-For-TV Movie Script
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Song-a-Day 8: “Daydream Receiver”

I’m really pleased with this one. Wrote it in the shower, got out and scribbled it down as quickly as I could.

Daydream Receiver
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Song-a-Day 7: “Fabio Speedwagon”

So this is a sloppy mess, and I’m pretty happy with it. It was potentially an instrumental, but felt it wanted at least a little bit of vocal.

Fabio Speedwagon
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