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Interior Upstairs

Hey Everyone,

Here’s the upstairs. One caveat before I start: not to overstate it, but I hate friggin’ drywall. So you’ll notice most everything is finished with knotty pine tongue and groove from our local saw mill. I love the…

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Interior Downstairs

Hey All,

Nick here, again. Thanks for all of interest in my last post about our home. At your request, here are some pictures of the inside of the house I took last winter. I’ll show you the downstairs tonight…

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Question About Tuning

cash4oneness asked: I hope it isn’t too lame to ask you; is the guitar part for “All You Need is a Wall” played in standard tunning? Love the new album either way.

Nick here… for all practical purposes it’s a…

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Building Our House

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Nick here. I originally wrote this for Impose Magazine, as part of their friends with benefits section. It’s the condensed story of how my wife, Molly, and I built our home in Vermont… I’d like to write…

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All Things Considered

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A couple months back Jacob Ganz from NPR came up to talk to us. He stopped by at both of our home studios to see how we work, and sat down for a family dinner at our place…

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Question About Song Variations

kendrasollars asked: why are there slight differences in The Story of Hip-Hop on the digital version vs the vinyl? For example, on the vinyl version the narrator, about 10 seconds in, only hums twice as opposed to three times on

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Group Autogenetics II

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Along with Group Auto I and Chain of Missing Links, this track forms the third in the trilogy of hypno-themed tracks that bookend the record. There was such an avalanche of great voices from thrift shop tapes that…

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Free Translator

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This track came out of a simple concept that we discovered a few years ago. During the Lemon of Pink era, every so often we would get a review in a foreign language, like Japanese or Italian, and…

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The Story of Hip Hop

Hey, good morning, just three tracks left!

Hip Hop the genre is largely credited to the Bronx block parties of the late seventies where, by popular demand, percussion loops were isolated and looped as a rhythmic bed for prototypical emcees…

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