Mini Moke is a break up song, and a memory song, and a song that celebrates the possibility of healing after the hurt has started to Continue reading »
TJ Eckleberg, Sydney singer / songwriter now living in Kyoto Japan, on the role history and previous work plays in moving forward as a songwriter and producer.
6th September 2017 Steven Wilson: To the Bone I’ve never really been a Steven Wilson fan, but I’m listening to the new Steven Wilson album today. Continue reading »
September 1 2017 The long game Too much expectation, don’t know where to start, don’t know what would do any good, and the impatience, cause you Continue reading »
September 05 2017 On thinking, on fasting, on patience This week I’ve been thinking again about things I’ve read in Timothy Ferries books, and I decided Continue reading »
The official film clip for I swallowed the ocean, from the album Black & Amber (2016)
August 30 2017 Ex Nihilo: Conversations with Barney about Brian Eno …what would be really interesting for people to see is how beautiful things grow out Continue reading »
TJ Eckleberg thinks through some aspects of Kenny Werner’s Effortless Mastery, and how it relates to pre-production, finding a sense of self in the music, and making from a point of calm and creative detachment. While still enjoying the process.
29 August 2017 Breaking down five tracks I remember loving as a kid Rhythm Heritage / Michael Omartian: Theme from SWAT Oh come on – those Continue reading »
TJ Eckleberg wonders aloud on his song diary blog about what authenticity, ‘being yourself’ and ‘returning to your roots’ means in the context of being a contemporary singer songwriter who doesn’t live in the country he was born in, and doesn’t want to keep making the same album over and over again.