My band: Axes of Ego
My band's web site is here. Some MP3s and videos are available through the blog on that site. Our latest performance was unrepresentative of our usual stuff -- it was completely acoustic.
There is a house concert circuit in northern British Columbia -- and, for all I know, beyond. People make their homes available as small concert venues and there are performers who travel the circuit, doing small acoustic gigs in living rooms, rec rooms, etc.
A woman here in Hazelton makes her house available as such a venue. There was no act schedules for the last week in January so she decided to bring in a local band. Steve, our bass player, suggested to her that she get us to do it. She agreed and we did it. We're usually a loud rock'n'roll band but we traded in our electric instruments for acoustic guitars. Our drummer pared his kit down to just a snare, high hat, and cymbal and used brushes. Steve put aside his electric bass and used his big double bass. (I'll post again when I have the pics.)
Since the sound and space were smaller, we called ourselves Hatchets of Hubris instead of Axes of Ego for this gig.
We played two sets of ten songs. Steve recorded the performance with a single mic in the loft above the performance space. I did some editing and added some compression and I've uploaded the first ten MP3s to our blog.
I'll post again when I get the second set edited and uploaded.
Reality is the graveyard of the gods.