Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by airik625, Jan 18, 2017.
One of the very few ways technology in the modern age is cool is I can email maybe my favorite songwriter on the off chance he has any posters from the NYE gig left at midnight on a Tuesday and near instantly hear back/send money
Richard is great, I’ve bought lots of stuff from him directly over the past couple of years. I know a few months ago he was talking about doing some sort of Patreon-like subscription thing in the near future, I hope he does, I am always glad to give him some money.
Caught the phrases "pity party" and "break my brain" in the closing track on the new Fall Out Boy album... funny coincidence.
Richard Edwards is creating Music, Video | Patreon
The first thing you get when you join up is a pristine soundboard recording of the NYE Margot show from last month!
Richard just released a demo for a song that was left off of LCCS on Patreon and it is so freaking good
Yep - so freaking good. I have a feeling this is going to be well worth the $10/month.
Postcard? That’s on LCCS.
im new to the patreon, how do you access the margo recording after you sign up? not seeing anything in my email besides the postcard demo.
edit: nm i found it im dumb
I have no idea why I wrote that lol. Complete brain fart
It's a great demo though!
I'm loving how active the Patreon is becoming. All these demos and videos are awesome.
yeah i was really skeptical of patreon but feel like I've got my money's worth just in a week. verdugo preorders soon!
That original demo of “Moonwrapped” is fantastic. Also I gotta admit, I wasn’t so sure of the $10/month for Patreon, but I’m already convinced it’s well worth it. Looking forward to the early access to upcoming limited editions/variants of vinyl releases.
I just found out this album existed, I really like it
Just wanted to say that
Rollin Rollin Rollin is a great tune
Incredible album. My favorite release of last year. Join us in the Verdugo thread and get stoked for the follow up.
goin back to this after some time away
still a whale of an album
can’t wait to hear what LP3 has in store