Seven years without playing music; now this — Brendon's story
Hi, I'm Mathew Bosher and this is the Domes newsletter.
Our second podcast episode is out now. I interview my co-host and bandmate, Brendon Kahi—a considerably talented, humble musician with a catalogue stretching from post-metal to "country noir."
We do a deep dive into his experience of our 18,000 kilometre journey to record on a 1939 heritage vessel in London. He talks about crafting the bass into a statement and fostering collaboration through shared adventure.
In my view, Brendon brings colour, richness and depth to what we do. While we had been in a band previously, this was our first time writing together and Brendon admits some misplaced nervousness given his impressive catalogue. See:
Red Beard (alternative country)
Nina McSweeney ("creep folk")
Pegasus (doom metal) [Let me know if you track it down.]
It was a real pleasure to reflect on our partnership and the upcoming anniversary of recording our latest music.
Listen or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or elsewhere (RSS here).
Until next time,