Stukenberg

Stukenberg

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Pop - Rock | Austin, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 580   
Member Since: 2011
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Buy In Vol. I EP

Buy In Vol. I is the first of a series of pop-rock leaning EPs to be released by St├╝kenberg between albums. Vol. I is piano-driven and a...

The Silo Project

After returning to Wisconsin from a music career in Tennessee, David found himself well-intentioned, broke, and living on an idle farm. Firmly...

The Silo Project

Folk - General

After returning to Wisconsin from a music career in Tennessee, David found himself well-intentioned, broke, and living on an idle farm. Firmly convinced that "there is no legitimate excuse not to create something from what is already around you," David sold most of his possessions, gutted a grain silo, retro-fitted it with recording equipment and began work on his next album. Intrigued by the prospect of recording an album in a Wisconsin grain silo, New York-based filmmaker, Joel Hager, spent several months filming the documentary which follows the album's formidable creation. The Silo Project is decidedly "folkier" than its dark, pop predecessor, Mountain of Pieces. With songs such as World Peace, The Waltz (Oneirtaxia), and Towers, Stükenberg has managed to capture the sound-scape of a silo and display yet again his command of written word. Given the incongruity of David's life-path and its apparent dramatic influence on his music and lyrical content, it will be difficult to predict the direction of his next album.

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Gravel and Pavement
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Equation
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Intermission
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Forgiveness
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Letter to a Televangelist (Prove Me Wrong)
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Conversation #12
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Towers
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Half as Good
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Never Enough