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In the Silence of the Mind – Becoming a Band – Part 3: Rebranding – Feat. Seth Hecox of Becoming the Archetype
In the Silence of the Mind returns from it’s long and silent slumber to tackle one of the great questions of our day… will Community get a sixth season and a movie? Well, actually this is about rebranding…
Lee invites Seth Hecox of Becoming the Archetype to share his thoughts on a key element of being a band, branding. Read on to find out more and see what life would have been like if Magnified Plaid hadn’t rebranded.
Anchors has launched a Kickstarter campaign for their new project, “Music of the Spheres.” This release will be a follow-up to their 2010 debut EP, “Music of the Future.” Check out the Kickstarter and the extremely detailed video below for more information.
We are proud to bring you an exclusive stream of the new song from Brandon Michael Williams & Seth Hecox (of Becoming the Archetype) titled “Last Time I Asked For More”. You can listen to the song below and let everyone know what you think. The “All Folked Up” album will be released on December 4th.
Brandon Michael Williams and Seth Hecox (of Becoming the Archetype) release first song from their folk project, “All Folked Up” via bandcamp today. Listen below and read the full press release. The debut album will be out December 4th. Look for a second song “Last Time I Asked for More” debuting on Indie Vision Music beginning November 12th.
Energy is something that is extremely hard to gauge on a music album. Energy is the tone and excitement portrayed by the musicians. It’s the passion you hear in the sound. But how does one contain the energy of The Chariot and put that into an album? If you’ve ever seen them live, you know exactly what I’m talking about. Or Emery. They know energy. Ever notice the first track on any of their albums is one…
Check out the debut of “The Eyes Of The Storm,” the third track off of Becoming The Archetype‘s upcoming album, I AM——set to drop on September 18th via Solid State Records. I believe the track was released to welcome Hurricane Isaac to the United States, but I’m not entirely sure. In any case, prepare your umbrellas and listen below.