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Topic: gentle ghost

What sound does a Walrus make?

Watch three more local musicians test out Walrus Audio’s latest product, the Iron Horse.

Normanite and Gentle Ghost guitarist Brady Smith alerted his Facebook friends to another Delo Creative-created video testimonial promotion yesterday. This one, like the last one for the Voyager pedal, features three excellent local musicians playing around with it in the studio. This time, it’s Tulsa guitarist Clay Welch (Panda Resistance, Dead Sea Choir), Colourmusic drummer Nick Ley and Stardeath bass player Casey Joseph.



It sounds like this distortion pedal adds some serious force to the live performance. So watch out, Oklahoma music fans, as Brady Smith may be equipping your favorite bands with what they need to stomp on your eardrums.
by Matt Carney 09.13.2011 2 years ago
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Musical entity

As their band name suggests, Norman post-rockers Gentle Ghost play aggressive music that’s unsettling, yet far from menacing.


Music

Matt Carney
Gentle Ghost with Chris Bathgate and Riley Jantzen & The Spirits
Saturday
The Deli
309 White, Norman
thedeli.us
321-7048
 
Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Toying around

Time again for the Opolis Toy Drive, so bring a new toy and hear a new show. That’s a win-win, loyal fans of local rock.


Music

Joshua Boydston

3rd Annual Opolis Toy Drive with Beau Jennings & The Tigers, Gentle Ghost and Brine Webb
9 p.m. Wednesday
Opolis
113 N. Crawford, Norman
opolis.org
820-0951
$5 with toy, $7 without

 
Wednesday, December 21, 2011

VOTD: Tip of the ‘Spear’

Gentle Ghost gets gory.

For starters: How badass a song title is “Spearherder”?

I guarantee you the song and its new, blood-spattered video from Delo Creative match the furious, guttural tone the name suggests. Tyler Huskerson does his best Explosions in the Sky impression and Sethy McCarroll emotes in an impressive range of groans and grunts.

Also, it’s good to see Blake Studdard (he plays the keys and extra percussion on the right) back and rocking again after his old band, The Neighborhood, provided a spirited Norman Music Festival 4 set.

This installment in Delo Creative’s Be Nice To Your Kids series (BNTYK, for short) falls nicely in the category of Full-Scale-Apocalyptic Guitar Onslaughts. Watch:



Rumor has it Delo’s got another, gorier video on the way for a second new Gentle Ghost song. Tough to imagine it’ll top this, but I’ve got my fingers crossed. Excellent work all around, everyone.
by Matt Carney 01.03.2012 2 years ago
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VOTD: You’ve got a little something on your, ah, everywhere …

Gentle Ghost: back and bloodier than ever!

Gentle Ghost’s continuing collaboration with Delo Creative on the “Be Nice to Your Kids” video series has yielded not one, but two (!) visual accompaniments for new songs. Check out “Dark Parts,” a nuanced, five-minute track that changes pace a couple different times and has a cool “cut out the heart” lyric, apropos for all the dried blood that’s all over the place.


This one doesn’t include a keyboard and is a little less urgent than “Spearherder,” which we first heard last week, but the songwriting has a bit stronger, more present narrative to it, I think. Watch:

by Matt Carney 01.10.2012 2 years ago
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