At long last, an album: Squirrelmageddon

This is Squirrelmageddon by Rhune Kincaid (me). It’s a music album with 20 songs. Hit play. Clickthrough to rhunekincaid.bandcamp.com to download Mp3s (for free), get an ol’ timey CD, or read the lyrics. Tell me what you think?

Thank you for listening!

Back In Internet Business

Mildly exciting news. Since I’m getting ready to release my new album, “Squirelmageddon,” my first two albums, “Space Hell Sex Bunny” and “American Chipfunk” are available again on

SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0IlYSdNDfh3Q3s9umv4UiC

AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002B0PGP6

iTUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/rhune-kincaid/id317202574

And something called “Deezer” that I don’t know how to work. Google Play Music will take a little longer.

And just like always, they’re all available at rhunekincaid.com/music for the price of freaking free.

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Nani Wahine

2015.01.10_Nani_WahiniI’m not the only musical person in my family.

My aunt Alicia Gill recorded an album of songs that were written in part by my late uncle Mike Davis before he lost his battle with cancer. No, you’re the one getting all misty eyed.

I put an especially banging jam down below.

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Song Blog: “Rock Discreetly”

It’s Rock O’Clock. Time for a song blog. Why this song, you ask? Because I think it’s the only song on my two albums that has never been performed live. I’ve played the acoustic intro, but the rest of it is beyond my live acoustic set up with all the drums, vocal layers and surf guitar. That’s kind of sad though, because it really captures a lot of my feelings, especially the “Fuck you, I’m going to make whatever sounds I want, even if they’re annoying” one.

I usually try to avoid curse words in recorded versions, because I hate making ‘clean edits,’ but since this yummy number had no potential as a single, I didn’t bother. This song isn’t all that funny, except for the fact that it’s loud and annoying for the sake of being loud and annoying, which I also think, really sums up my stage personality. That’s the opposite of my off-stage personality, which makes this song a real peek into the depths of my complexity. I’m so deep. I’m such a deep, intriguing person that he song right after this one is “Handjobs and Driving.”

This song was inspired by wanting to rock whilst other people, roommates, neighbors, cellmates and the like were trying to sleep and not owning a proper studio. Also, it’s a response to their complaints. All in all, a pretty self-explanatory song with silly voices.

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Song Blog: “Starting a Band”

“Starting a Band” began as some chicken scratchings for a bit of stand-up. At some point, I remembered how I don’t like talking on stage all that much and it became my 2nd “radio play.” It was the last track added to American Chipfunk.


The premise is that I am in deep outer space with no one to talk to but my spaceship’s artificial intelligence. I don’t remotely remember why the AI is called “Slim 5000.” That doesn’t even sound like a name fit for a PC. I really hope there isn’t a band out there called “Cleavage,” because if I ever do start a band, that’s the name I want. Enjoy the free MP3 or don’t!

 

The "moose on fire" comes, of course, from the classic film "Knowing," which nobody nothered to see.

 

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