Ian C Bishop
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Rock - Alternative | Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 669   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago to Douglas Branson aka dB+1

This is a long time coming but I just read yr comment. Thanks for listening to Lazy Bone. Hope you like it. & others. I played bass (1st& last time) on some of the 1st UVS LP. I was the 1st person to join the band with Kirt who had already recorded a UVS single in his own.


Thanks for the rave review guys. I'm totally gonna rethink the genre too. Looking forward to checking out yr work too.
Be seeing you...

Nick Coleman and Cole Crawford Hurst posted over 30 days ago

hey thanks Ian. Yeah check us out and if you like what you hear all the better man.
-Crawford Hurst

Rodney Jensen posted over 30 days ago to Ian C Bishop

Thanks for your review of "One Country Song"

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago to Nina

Straight edge is great. Cold is too. Reminds me of who by fire by Leonard Cohen for some reason. Thanks for yr review of Medicine head. I like yr acclectic style. Look forward to keeping an eye on yr stuff. ICB

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago to Ian C Bishop

3 new songs for you peeps to fill yr ears with. Since people seem to like my mellow side more I'm anxious to know what you think.
Binding Love Spell - Low life Scum- Electric arms and legs.

Happy listening... (I hope!?)

Ian C Bishop

Sunspot posted over 30 days ago

Low Life Scum is a nice, slow track. Would be a good album ender, I think.

Great lyrics in Electric Arms and Legs.

Binding Love Spell I couldn't find, but I'm looking forward to hearing it!

Adam Maxfield posted over 30 days ago

Hi Ian
Really liking Low life and electric, can't listen to Binding as its not on your list!!!
Really like the clean use of the chords you'd usually hear heavily distorted in a deftones style song - strangely they work well with the softer sung vocal, who'dve thunk it; you obviously LOL 5 stars from me.

Nick Fuse posted over 30 days ago

Ian, pet. You are a Wonder. Are you going to get back to playing live before you are dead? Manhattan is the Place, man! Knock em dead!

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago to plastic ego

Thanks for the positive review. Too short? Maybe, but I figure always leave 'em wanting more. Enjoying checking out yr stuff. Ian c bishop

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago to John Forster

Thanks for the positive review. Yr the first person to get my 1 st person 3 rd person he I me he thing. It's nearly always a round a bout way of deflecting the listener from the fact that it's nearly always "I" or " me" that I'm talking about. Hope you can check out a couple more. I think you'd like some of them. Ian c bishop

Douglas Branson aka dB+1 posted over 30 days ago to Ian C Bishop

Ian - I just reviewed lazy bone.... very cool track - see you were with ultra vivid scene - wow interesting I have a promo copy cassette (red) - with special one lightning - etc on it...1990 release - that you - very cool...
I am going to listent to the other track here on your profile - new fan - dB+1 aka douglas Branson just north of NYC

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago to Ian C Bishop

I posted some new songs. All quite mellow with peaks and troughs. Any feedback would be great.

Nick Fuse posted over 30 days ago

Great Job, son! All three are Beautiful, but Fairy Tales is the ultimate heartbreaker. Your voice is perfect for mournful soulful tunes.

Adam Maxfield posted over 30 days ago

Will do when I'm next off work - which ones are they??

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago

Should be the first three. Everything goes. Fairy tales. Big horse ( it's yr birthday) and Diary of a lost girl. Hope you like some of them. When you record the vocals for yr track try setting a boomed mic in a position that means you can record them laying flat on yr back. It flattens out yr vocal coards

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago

Ok, first 4 songs. As I was saying.. It flattens out yr vocal chords and gives you a naturally raspy sound. So you can sing softer which means you can effect a scream differently than you would live. By just singing through a closed throat into a mic you can almost 'pretend' to scream. I'm not a fan of the baritone growl personally, but at least you can try a few things out and see what flies! Look forward to hearing more of yr stuff.

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago

Give 'white pony' or 'around the fur' by the DefTones a reference for a softly sung / but really effective shredding vocal sound. plus they use a ton of vocal compression. Also, you could try double tracking yr lead vocal with another identical, but sung separately lead vox. That nearly always sounds great. I don't double track my vocal personally but a lot of great bands do.

Adam Maxfield posted over 30 days ago

I like the idea of lying down - they used to say at work that I was so laid back I was horizontal!! I did double track for a while at a studio I used (check out w.d.y.w.m.t.b and walk away, your love) but wasn't totally convinced - so now I copy the vocal and add different comp/eq/rev to add a bit of thickness. Got a few suggestions from different perspectives so gonna have fun trying it all out - just as long as my kids don't stand there screaming at me when I'm trying to sing!!!

Ian C Bishop posted over 30 days ago to Adam Maxfield

I was talking about yr song hey god btw. Listening to yr other work like 17 and so on, you've got a good overdriven gtr sound going on. Hey god would sound great with more of that and less compressed metal fx I reckon.

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