A new video from Steel Parade!
We recorded this last minuet on a Friday night after eating some delicious home cooked food. I used my iPhone to record the bass POV angle and we combined it with the footage from other cameras Gabe De La Parra from http://www.DLPproductions.com brought. Gabe is an old friend and member of Steel Parade. Eventually, I’ll post a fun version of this Pleasy video that features more of the bass point of view perspective.
There is lots of action on my Instagram feed (@tetrahedroseph).
I post pictures there daily. See behind the scenes at various performances and get some holiday giggles.
Oh, and don’t forget all the cat pictures… I’ve got lots of those too. #peeoop
What: On September 7th 2014 we saw Florentijn Hofman’s Giant Rubber Duck at the Banning Landing Communtiy Center. This duck has been traveling the world to various cities and made a stop in San Pedro, California.
How: All music and video production for this video was done by me (#tetrahedroseph) on an iPhone 5s. Gabe played the drums for me this time. Thanks buddy!
Why: It’s all part of an overall project to create as many song as I can by the end of the year. This song and many others will be available on iTunes by January of 2015. Some of them will get “pre-released” in a rough mix format with videos the various videos I decide to release along the way. The final song versions will be refined, remixed or ruined in Logic or GarageBand in anticipation of the January 2015 goal.
If you like the featured image in the top left and this big one below, look for me on Instagram as #tetrahedroseph I follow everyone that follows me.
Click here to see more about Florentijn Hofman’s Giant Rubber Duck: http://www.florentijnhofman.nl/dev/project.php?id=197
I recorded and performed the music for all the sprout videos your about to see.
I’m on a song writing kick and these sprout videos seem like a fun way to put the songs to use. My goal is to create three or more songs a month. Only some of them will be in sprout videos though.
Oh yah… I’m doing it all on my iPhone with instruments in my house and in Garage band. I’m using iMovie incase you can’t tell.
Expect a new video soon.
For now enjoy the latest video by clicking here:
Having a party? Steel Parade will play happy and fun music for your event! No party too big or too small. We are affordable, professional, and fun! Contact us as I am happy to answer all of your questions.
Here I am playing Ukulele for a surprise wedding proposal with Steel Parade. This was fun. As you can see, the family supports their decision.
Here I am strumming away on ukulele for one of my steel drum duos. Ask about our trio and vocal duo. #hsdf
Originally posted on Happy Steel Drum Friends:
This island music is a service of Happy Steel Drum Friends. This day we were performing for volunteers cleaning the LA riverbed near Griffith Park. It was a nice sunny day and everyone was happy. We will be back.
We would be happy to provide steel drum music services for your next corporate banquet or private party.
Our blog: HappySteelDrumFriends.wordpress.com
The world is probably ending. Danzig is evil now.
Originally posted on The Tyranny of Tradition:
You’ve probably heard of him before. He’s part wolf, part lion, part ubermensch. He is possibly the most evolved being in human history. He is Glenn Danzig and He is suing you.
In a stunning declaration of war against the entire human race, Glenn Danzig has filed a lawsuit in Manhattan Federal Court against over seven billion human beings. Danzig, who is acting as his own attorney, claimed in one of the over 40 billion documents brought into court by an entire fleet of Federal Express trucks that “He has been done wrong by everyone including Misfits bassist Jerry Only, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, actor Eli Wallach, NFL quarterback Sam Bradford, Frank Oz (the voice of Yoda) and everyone else on this godforsaken planet.”
While some of the suits have been thrown out by the Court as frivolous, over two and a half billion cases will be heard over…
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I am sending my mom one of these little jars for Mother’s Day. It’s similar to the ones I have enjoyed using at home. Some people think it’s too difficult or too time consuming. I hear comments like, “Oh, I don’t have the time to do that at home.”
The following video describes a way to quickly and easily grow sprouts.