fearfeasog’s four hundred and twenty-one comments

  • Re: Lower Valley Irish Slow Session

    Just a check in to say we're still a thang. 6:30 - 9 pm every other Wednesday, and still at DeCice Hall in Holyoke, MA. Check the website for specific days and other local sessions: more…

  • Re: Can’t stop playing this one

    Jim D that is an awesome tune. I love it too. more…

  • Re: West County Cider

    Awesome! Is this strictly Irish trad or a mix? more…

  • Re: Bizarre situations at sessions

    We had a short-lived by-invitation-only session in my town on a Tuesday evening once a month. One week a guy came in who I recognized from another session. I don't remember ever seeing him play at the other sesh even though he'd sit in the circle. But any... more…

  • Re: What strings do you use on your fiddle

    I've a very bright fiddle so I'm using obligatos atm. They don't last as long as I'd like for the price. more…

  • Re: Amazing Slow Downer .

    I like audacity for my computer and Audipo for my android phone. Audipo allows you to drop markers at various points in the tune and loop play between them. Also pitch and tempo adjustments. Love it. more…

  • Re: Brewmaster’s Tavern

    Did you call them to confirm before you struck this out? Not every establishment is as thorough on the web as every other. more…

  • Re: Hup, leg, eye contact, or pre-arranged

    In my part of Massachusetts we hup. I see leg lifting but I can't help thinking of a dog peeing so I can't bring myself to do it! more…

  • Re: Apartment Etiquette

    I live in an apartment, and I just play. I hear my neighbors all the time, they can hear me. It's all part of the joy of living in a 100+ year old house with two other apartments in it. more…

  • Re: What other music do you especially like - and why?

    Like scotts niall I like electronic stuff. As long as it has no or few words and is edgy and possibly distorted. +1 aphex twin. Venetian snares. Repetitive is fine. ITM is. Also "math rock." Like early Don Caballero or similar. more…