♫ Listen: Patrick Shiroishi / Rob Magill Duo – “Wind in The Trees”

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this where i be in my Bobbi element

this be where Rob Magill be

Rob been busy, so I asked him, out of the infinite releases he has cooking, which should I cover: Easy Mind, Painful Head! or his recent Weird Cry Records collaborative single “Wind in The Trees” with Patrick Shiroishi? Rob said “Absolutely, ‘Wind in The Trees’.”

So here I sit, hearing the sounds of Rob and Patrick. By the window. Like a conversation about how tactful one’s verbiage of a tweet must be to fire a Secretary of State. Arguing the same points. Boasting and egging each other on. A call and response that’s both an agreement and an argument. GPS like the South Pole is our current navigational route. Nope, it’s nowhere. No hemisphere can behold this brain.

Patrick and Rob entangle emotions with “Wind in The Trees.” I’m upset on so many levels it makes me laugh, and I’m laughing about my emotions that I never thought I could have had, only here they are. All spilled out in sax notes, reeds. Wet reeds in the sax notes snow, walking around. A blizzard. Until the collaborative CD/digital release drops in late April, find Magill on tour and continue to follow every last breath of “Wind in The Trees” below:

♫ Listen: Rob Magill – February Paintings Series [Vol. 1 & 2]

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Vol​.​1 (Focus, Memory, Staff. “compositions from 2014​-​2016”)

Come back king, hero denier, veteran feels: Rob Magill continues to tell the story of Weird Cry in strokes of color. (Focus, Memory, Staff. “compositions from 2014​-​2016”) fucks on so many canvased sounds only the repeat offender could draw the demon out from within. It’ll only feel more and more like adulthood is moving away from youth in an old age of candy-cane:

Vol​.​2 (Escape to Freedom)

Explore the consideration of this title, (Escape to Freedom), while finding yourself caught by Magill’s literature of woodwinds. What is there to dissect? How is he fashioning the notes? At what deliberate action does he expel all conventional, but elaborates the suggestive. What are his lungs going through? At what point does this match up psychologically mid-composition. Painted, fresh:

♫ Listen: Rob Magill – February Paintings Series [Vol. 1 & 2]

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Vol​.​1 (Focus, Memory, Staff. “compositions from 2014​-​2016”)

Come back king, hero denier, veteran feels: Rob Magill continues to tell the story of Weird Cry in strokes of color. (Focus, Memory, Staff. “compositions from 2014​-​2016”) fucks on so many canvased sounds only the repeat offender could draw the demon out from within. It’ll only feel more and more like adulthood is moving away from youth in an old age of candy-cane:

Vol​.​2 (Escape to Freedom)

Explore the consideration of this title, (Escape to Freedom), while finding yourself caught by Magill’s literature of woodwinds. What is there to dissect? How is he fashioning the notes? At what deliberate action does he expel all conventional, but elaborates the suggestive. What are his lungs going through? At what point does this match up psychologically mid-composition. Painted, fresh:

♫ Listen: Rob Magill – February Paintings Series [Vol. 1 & 2]

This post was originally published on this site

Vol​.​1 (Focus, Memory, Staff. “compositions from 2014​-​2016”)

Come back king, hero denier, veteran feels: Rob Magill continues to tell the story of Weird Cry in strokes of color. (Focus, Memory, Staff. “compositions from 2014​-​2016”) fucks on so many canvased sounds only the repeat offender could draw the demon out from within. It’ll only feel more and more like adulthood is moving away from youth in an old age of candy-cane:

Vol​.​2 (Escape to Freedom)

Explore the consideration of this title, (Escape to Freedom), while finding yourself caught by Magill’s literature of woodwinds. What is there to dissect? How is he fashioning the notes? At what deliberate action does he expel all conventional, but elaborates the suggestive. What are his lungs going through? At what point does this match up psychologically mid-composition. Painted, fresh: