a few last words.

by Smirk Vega

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Beats I made when I was between the ages of 16 and 18. The last of the plethora of beats I made that were lost. My parents deleted about 6 years worth of music. It's okay. I've moved on.

These are all in the form that I've always had them.
They are in chronological order.
Wait, no they're not. "tin can lifeline." and "pin cushion arms." are the oldest.

All songs engineered and arranged by me. Except "the breeze." was engineered and co-produced with Surv.

"headphone static." was sampled by putting a mic to headphones. It was my first sample attempt and I didn't have the right equipment.

I fucked up when sampling the record on "untitled beat that i made." and didn't correct it because I liked how it sounded. This beat is untitled.

"satisfaction." is really long. Skip to the end. It ends cool.

The first three I made with samples, the last three are original compositions.

I played the guitar, organs, and synth on "tin can lifeline." then I messed with stuff.
"pin cushion arms." is weird. I played all that stuff. I made that. When I was a teenager.

On "the breeze." I played trumpet and composed the song. My brother played alto sax and bass. Surv did the drums. I got in a lot of trouble the day we made this song, for making this song.

a few last words.


released June 26, 2013



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Smirk Vega Los Angeles, California

I am Smirk Vega. I am an artist. I am an iceberg. I am an airplane. I rap, I sing, I play instruments, and I make beats.

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