Posts Tagged ‘music’

WIDTIL-Cover

It’s been a few years in the making, but Wither In Darkness/Thrive In Light is finally streaming, free on the Internet. Visit the Discography to see the details and listen to the songs right on this website via the Soundcloud player.

You can now find Nikki Ninedoors on ReverbNation.

WIDTIL - Jan.18/13

Recording is moving steadily along with 11 songs in the works. Working titles include The Hero And The Heel, The Guilt, Everybody Knows, Get Up, and Believe.

The track listing for Wither In Darkness/Thrive In Light will also feature two instrumentals and segues that help move the album from track to track.

A fairly literal album, the lyrics examine life’s ups and downs, experienced first person and through observation.

But for now, there’s still quite a bit of work to do. So I better get back to it.

Why am I blogging?

Because I hate Facebook.

There’s too much going on. Too much to see. Too many people who don’t care at all about anything but the stuff they’re posting. Yet, LIKE everything… because that’s what you’re supposed to do. On top of that, Facebook itself has made it impossible for bands and other page owners to reach their ENITRE (supposed) audience without paying a promotion fee. No thanks. So I’m doing my best to reach out in other ways. Nobody really blogs anymore. But I have a feeling anyone who really cares what Nikki Ninedoors is up to, will actually read these posts. And to me, two people who REALLY get into my music, is better than 100 likes on Facebook. I guess we’ll see.

Wither In Darkness/Thrive In Light

Last December, Part II of Unapologetically Pop finally hit the store shelves (or the backseat of my car, ready to be handed out when any interest presents itself). Since that time, a whole new batch of songs and partly-written ideas have been in the works. A year later, these songs are still not ready to go. Ya, a little bit lazy, but also, working hard to learn the recording craft a bit better. I already know I like the songs (and know they are some of the best songs I’ve ever written). But hopefully taking some extra time on the overall production and songwriting will gain me a few likes from others. If not, that’s cool too.