Moneyhouse Gold

erratic words from the musical performance group "Moneyhouse Gold".

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or if I’m looking for someplace a bit more… secluded than the other social networks, I guess I’ll use this.

There are a lot of unanswered questions for Moneyhouse Gold right now.  The songs are there, but so much can change depending on who they’re played with.  Proggy jams have turned into pop confections and may yet turn into wannabe-neo-soul vamps.  But it’s profound fun watching the songs transform, staying open to collaborator’s ideas.

Doing music in any kind of public sense seems to involve some degree of marketing (“Hey, I’m x, please adore me and stream my music and hear me play next Friday”) but the truth is that I don’t quite know what I’ll be selling… but I basically enjoy that?