Q: Why hasn’t breevn ez been playing shows all the time like any self respecting band would make a priority? Also, why aren’t the songs more lyrically based? Just a bunch “funky jams” with a white boy frontin like a black girl when he does sing it’s soo corny?
this isn’t the only song we play, but it is the only one that we have two videos of that I uploaded to youtube. this + jack (drums) + neal (sometimes) = breevin ez so go ahead and breeve ez; I hope my mouth trumpeting helps you do just that.
woooooo this was a while back but just realized how dope the film and editing is (thanks drew ricci) as well as how dope the guitar action is. this is the first night neal (guitar) ever tangoed with the ez breevin
Just so you know breevin ez is consistently active and ready to blow minds, ear drums, and loads. (Just workin out where we’re gonna do it at) So enjoy some eye candy for now. Thanks Dave Nilson for the beautiful photos, check his even better ones here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/neilsonswheelsons/
Just stumbled on this little number I had forgotten about. reminds me of macy gray- her voice is bone rattlingly soulful and despite probably having only heard 2 songs by her ever, that voice has made it’s mark deeply.
HELLO YOU FUCKS (LOL JK) how are you? this is a rough recording/improv I did a couple weekends ago to remember the song idea. it turns out the song is probably going to sound exactly like this anyway plus or minus some unpredictability thrown in from guitar and drums.