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Allison Weiss - “Here Comes Morning”
Track 6 from my monthly song series The Teenage Years. When I was 16, someone gave me a Dashboard Confessional mixtable and I decided to put down my electric guitar for a while. The first song I wrote was “Here Comes Morning,” an upbeat emo acoustic ode to confusion. Today in 2012, producers Johanna Fateman and JD Samson (both of MEN, Le Tigre, and more) have transformed my teenage sadness into a dance-worthy pop gem. Enjoy!
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awesome new song from allison weiss and jd samson and johanna fateman!
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Allison Weiss - “I Don’t Wanna Be Here”
^^ Repost ^^
Track 5 from my monthly song series: The Teenage Years. I’ve been playing this song since I wrote it in 2006 and I figured this would be a good opportunity to record an updated version. I produced this track myself, with help from engineers Joanna Katcher of Mitten and Travis Harrison at Serious Business. Guitars and bass by me, synth by Joanna, drums by Zach Jones. Mixed by the ever-wonderful Mike Eisenstein and mastered by Hans DeKline.
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this is how i feel at work right now.