What What can I say…I’m a songwriter. Part of me wants these songs to get into some producers hands and let them have fun with some of the melodies. I consider myself someone who should be in the background…making the backing tracks or coming up with pointless melodies and catchy lines…or maybe writing a soundtrack to some off the beaten path movie. Whatever my drive is, there’s one underlying theme to it all and that is I love doing it. Whether I’m on stage (awkwardly) or behind the scenes, I’m loving it. I have been playing in bands since I was 16…playing the piano since I was 5 and picked up the guitar at age 13…the rest is history. I’m influenced by everything and everyone. I can’t pick just one genre…I just go with what I like and what I feel.
These tunes (this collection) is a soundtrack to a made up movie that is somewhat like a John Hughes movie or maybe Francis Ford Coppola…I’m not really sure. But the feeling I had when writing these tunes was “isolation” and believe it or not I started writing them prior to the pandemic. Honestly I just want people to smile when they hear them. I wrote them all myself and put them all together using crappy home audio and beat-making equipment. I’m not a techy when it comes to this stuff…I’m a songwriter. So if you feel the vibe, you like the songs and you are maybe tapping your foot to the tunes, I did my job. We all need a little escape.
Secular nun Wendy J. Hyatt spreads the message thru voice, guitar, radios, pamphlets, impromptu tongues, atmosphere. Wendy’s the head of the Department of Bad Ideas and Gentle Mending, one department of many in a school she’s decided we all attend. Suicide Magnets is a variable band in the aftermath of rock, heavily driven by melodic chorus affected vocalizations over hollow strumming, with lyrics that mix and mingle with grounded culture and surreptitious spiritualism.
“SUICIDE MAGNETS Wendy’s squall always hits below the belt and leaves you as soul-satisfied as a half-remembered dream of travel to a distant, unforgiving land”
Baby;baby: Explores the Reasons Why that Gum is Still on the Sidewalk, is a parody of sound, garage-pop future-punk project from Providence, RI that utilizes obsolete and low-tech gear to make simple structured danceable songs.