Cambodia Highball: In Session

photo (1)The Saturday afternoon sessions for the post rock/shoegaze/noise rock/atmospheric childrens songs instrumental duo Cambodia Highball are live and in process.  That duo consists of myself and artist/musician Shane Darin Page.  This is the second Saturday in a row we’ve gotten together to record improvisational stream-of-consciousness kind of rock.


I’m not sure if that’s the correct way to describe the sound we create, but it’s close enough.  Anyways, we’re extremely happy with what we’ve unearthed in our subconscious that has made its way into the amps and onto to tape, so to speak.  If we could start doing film scores, I’d be happy.  But for the time being, we’re just having a blast playing and letting the music go where it may.  Here’s some pics for you to peruse.  I should have proof of said sessions of jamming in the form of songs soon.  Right now, look at us play instruments and such.

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7 Replies to “Cambodia Highball: In Session”

  1. There’s that homely looking fella from the Internet again !!

    This sounds really promising, but we need to know if you’ve got one of them machines that makes whooshy space noises for our delectation.


  2. I’m patiently waiting for some Cambodia Highball. Pictures are fun and all but I want ear dope. No rush. It’s not like I’ll lose my hearing this week. But it could go at anytime.


    1. I don’t want to pull the bread out of the oven too soon…it’ll be underdone and doughy. Gotta wait for just the right golden brown hue. Should be very soon…very soon, indeed.


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