When I first got back from school I didn't have a job, we were in the middle of what I used to think of as a bad recession (till this one) and I was writing stuff constantly. I hadn't really learned how to sing out yet, I was still teaching myself how to play guitar, I didn't know how to record hardly at all and most of what I was writing was pretty sappy. I eventually went through a bunch of tapes and made a couple of compilation CDs from the mixes I had. The songs were split up into more introspective tunes and more aggressive tunes - this CD is the former.
Nate's Music - An OverviewWhat are these music pages about?
YouTube and TwitchMusic videos I've posted on social media
Thus Sang the Bard at Beltainetunes I wanted to bring to Bardic Circle but never got good recordings for with the group
Bardic Circle - Samhain, MMXISport and Cate Moran help me carry on without Tim
TdB Bardic Circle PodcastAll that is left of the podcast which I used to run in iTunes where I posted spippets of practice sessions or other funny stuff
Bardic Circle - Samhain, MMVIIImore musicians and more merry music making in the medieval inspired genre
Momus and the Fomorians - Samhain MMVIMore originals by Tim rounded out with lots more Irish and English folk
Comyn's Bardic Closet - Beltaine, MMVIIrish and medieval inspired folk tunes with several originals by Tim
NRN - Mostly CoversMostly inspired by Rob, we worked up a lot of actual recognizable covers for a couple summers
Looking For MeI'm done screaming
Uruk Hai - Angel of MercyAn eclectic miscellany
LVC Sessionsan EP of sorts produced by Todd of a few songs Ned and I had worked up
PREYan EP recorded by John in his basement
The Flying Molluskssome more original trip-metal meat puppets inspired material
In the daze of RalphNed, Todd, and I collaborate. Todd was a large influence here as he had been writing longer.
Identity Crisismore attempts at writing songs but perhaps a little angrier
IntrospectionMy first attempts at writing songs
Chipmunks on AcidA very silly set of songs inspired mainly by my friend John
Me, Him, and the Other OnesMerry antics and deep lyrics by Morgan, great guitar work by Erik