Jeff Rosenstock
Jeff Rosenstock is a must-know name in the Long Island ska-punk scene. Hailing from Baldwin NY, Rosenstock is the frontman/guitarist for both The Arrogant Sons of Bitches, and Bomb The Music Industry!. Rosenstock's music is mostly composed about events, both trivial and life changing, that have occurred in his everyday life. Jeff plays a wide variety of instruments, from guitar, to drums, to keyboards.
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Jeff Rosenstock
Jeff Rosenstock is a must-know name in the Long Island ska-punk scene. Hailing from Baldwin NY, Rosenstock is the frontman/guitarist for both The Arrogant Sons of Bitches, and Bomb The Music Industry!. Rosenstock's music is mostly composed about events, both trivial and life changing, that have occurred in his everyday life. Jeff plays a wide variety of instruments, from guitar, to drums, to keyboards.
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November Moon
Hi everyone! I just released a new single from my upcoming album and would love to get some thoughts on it. I do all of the mixing and producing myself so pointers would be very helpful. I am most likely going to remix it for the album (since the album is gonna have a lot of overlapping parts so I'll have to post a new version anyways) so if you have any specific notes on what to fix on this song feel free to comment below :)more
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Blink it Into Place
This is the first track off of my latest album, "Replenishing the Wheelbarrow" The mix sounds better and the lyrics are more impactful if you listen while winning at air hockey. Thank you for listening. Any feedback is welcome. All of my music is free to download on Bandcamp and SoundCloud. Lyrics: Call it what it is Forced gossip and blind assumption Spurting from the lips of someone I have never met And if I recall correctly No trash cans were thrown In fact, I believe I was home Listening to Colin Hay What's that You think it's not my place Not my place to say Well, that was yesterday Today is not the same He was lost in hell This verse concerns the first person that comes to mind Whenever I think "pitiful man-child" The concrete was all white The grass was locked and brittle And the cages were fast asleep on that joyous snowy night And if you think it's not my place Not my point to debate The boot-heel on my face My podium's not blank So, you think it's not my place Not my place to say Tough shit, you hypocrite Today is not the same It's not the samemore
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Jenni’s Song
A song for my wife more
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