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I’m Grateful…

… for the people that take the time to listen to my music.

As Tumblr people, we scroll past hundreds and thousands of photographs all the time, and I just love that anyone will *heart* or reblog mine amongst this content flood. I get especially excited and emotional when a reply is added to a post or comment is written on a reblog.

But taking time time to stream and listen to my music that I post is an extra effort that I really appreciate. It can take up to hundreds of hours to think through, compose, perform and produce even the simplest sounding music, and its very hard to capture and hold the attention of any listener, especially when the genre might not be “their thing”.

Like photographs, there is a truly amazing amount of music available for listening.

I’m grateful you listened to mine.

Pre-mix taster from the upcoming self-released EP Betts Vale/Myrtle Track

Tiny Aleurina ferruginea

Guvvy’s Lagoon, Chauncy Vale, Tasmania.

Tiny Aleurina ferruginea

Guvvy’s Lagoon, Chauncy Vale, Tasmania.

Clitocybe sp. on the Cathedral Rock track, Tasmania.

Clitocybe sp. on the Cathedral Rock track, Tasmania.

Tremellodendropsis pusio

Lenah Valley track, Mount Wellington, Tasmania.

Tremellodendropsis pusio

Lenah Valley track, Mount Wellington, Tasmania.

Galerina hypnorum

North-South track, Mount Wellington, Tasmania.

Galerina hypnorum

North-South track, Mount Wellington, Tasmania.

Collybia eucalyptorum.

Lady Barrons’ track, Mount Field national park.

Tasmania, Australia

Collybia eucalyptorum.

Lady Barrons’ track, Mount Field national park.

Tasmania, Australia

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This is a soundtrack to winter in Hobart, Tasmania. Reading in pools of sunlight, fungi-hunting in the rainforest, sitting and staring out the window. All tracks are recorded live in one take without overdubs, with a bass guitar and effects chain.

Unknown species, Myrtle forest, Tasmania

Unknown species, Myrtle forest, Tasmania

Panellus longinquus

Myrtle forest, Tasmania.

Panellus longinquus

Myrtle forest, Tasmania.

Cortinarius sp.

Tahune, Tasmania.

Cortinarius sp.

Tahune, Tasmania.

Galerina patagonica

Tahune, Tasmania

Galerina patagonica

Tahune, Tasmania

Some well-lit Mycena in the Florentine, Tasmania.

Some well-lit Mycena in the Florentine, Tasmania.

Mycena interrupta

Myrtle Forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

Mycena interrupta

Myrtle Forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

A likely-looking pair of Mycena sp..

Betts Vale, Tasmania.

A likely-looking pair of Mycena sp..

Betts Vale, Tasmania.