Loitersack - "Free Energy Drink For A Dollar"
Official Album Version
The first single by Sietch Ramshackle and his new band, "Loitersack." PREMIERES OCT. 28th, 6pm!
A song about how artists are starved to provide free entertainment.
Song Writing/Guitar/Vocals - Sietch Ramshackle
Bass - Rin Greywolf
Drums - Adler Burton
Guitar - Tyler Schuttler
Copyright © 2020 Sietch Ramshackle
"U.R.//NCtrl" by Sietch Ramshackle (feat. Daisy Abercorn)
Song and lyrics - Copyright Sietch Ramshackle 2019
Directed by Sietch Ramshackle
"Johnny Likes To See The Big Bomb Go Boom" Official Music Video
copyright Sietch Ramshackle 2019
THE NEW SINGLE FROM SIETCH RAMSHACKLE!
Now Available on iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby and Spotify!
Erin Greywolf - Bass Guitar - Adler Burton - Drums - Sietch Ramshackle - Guitar/Vocals
Sietch and the band is set to embark upon a 3-week national tour starting Aug. 21st, 2019. Come back soon for more details on dates, venues and news!!
SIETCH RAMSHACKLE: Guitar/Vocals
ERIN GREYWOLF: Bass Guitar
ADLER BURTON: Drums
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Official "May I Rise?" Music Video by Sietch Ramshackle.
Copyright © 2018 Sietch Ramshackle
Official Music Video For "Dort" by Sietch Ramshackle.
Copyright © 2018 Sietch Ramshackle (Jon Donovan)
The name of my album is "May I Rise?" It is a ten track album about Damage. Each song is a personal story of mine or someone who changed my life.
I had several goals in regards to this project.
First, I wanted to record songs...obviously. Many of these songs have traveled with me in this life since I was a kid. After the Circling Birds parted ways and Echospill disbanded, I decided to take the time to really focus on these soul songs.
This is an album about damage. All kinds by all people. Physical, spiritual and psychological. Addiction, societal expectations, guilt and remorse. Each song is a story that in one way or another...for good or ill...leads towards a damage that stays with us in the dark recesses of our souls.
I also wanted to pay homage to genre...the genres that influenced me. So, each song on this project is written in a style that reflects my favorite parts of different musical genres...while remaining new, fresh and my own. Somebody once told me that song shouldn't change drastically on an album...so I decided to have every song change drastically on the album. There is punk, rock, world music, jazz, blues, 80's prog and on and on and on.
Secondly, since I was approaching this project as a solo artist I wanted to include many of the local artists who had influenced and changed me musically. Indianapolis has always had and still has such a diverse and incredible wealth of talent. It has always killed me that we have such an unrewarding music scene. The musicians and fans are great...don't get me wrong...but there is a lack of energy that has always prohibited any type of real growth as a scene. I will name the artists that worked on the project at release but I picked certain artists for certain songs to highlight their own personal artistry to pepper on my music. I think it turned out wonderfully. As a bonus, I was able to share this creative trip with my kids who have always accepted their Twitchy, Irish pirate pop. They even helped me with a music video. Their support makes all of it worthwhile as I have never felt the need to be normal for them.
Lastly, I wanted to record the process so non-musicians could see just how back breaking and joyous the process of performing, recording and finishing a music project truly is. I wanted to involve anyone who wanted to follow the process to share that love of the creative process. A lot of artists announce and promote and commercialize...I wanted to just share. Open up my journey and have lots of shitz and gigglez with all of the amazing people I have met in this life. To that, I hope I wasn't too annoying with all of my posts...and that shitz and gigglez were indeed had by all.
Alrighty, that's about all. Look for it everywhere. On CD, Vinyl, digital and streaming. I will be gigging out again after Jan. 1st so that is exciting.
Much love, Space Rangers. I appreciate each and every one of you who has helped, supported and shared the misfit life with me. BzZzzZzzZzzt...
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Sietch was formally the guitarist and vocalist for Circling Birds. He played bass in Echospill on 6-string bass. He is preparing to tour in support of his recently released album "May I Rise?" Click below for more.
My Thanks & Love to:
John Findlay (Featured Bass on Hannah and May I rise verses), Phillip Fricks (Drums), Johnny Ping (Featured lead guitar on Hannah), Scott Nelson (Featured Upright bass on Gavel Slam and Dort), Kim Kenny (Featured vocals on Gavel Slam and Dort), Micah Eeds (Artwork), Kris Fricks (Recording, Mixing and Mastering), Jackie Smith (Featured keys on Gavel Slam), Smudge, Goldberry and all my fellow misfit fuck Space Rangers...
Recorded, mixed and mastered at Uptown Sound Productions
Track 1.) Hannah
Track 2.) Dort
Track 3.) Spit At Death 2.0
Track 4.) May I Rise?
Track 5.) Gavel Slam
Track 6.) When You Go Dark
Track 7.) Dirty's Block
Track 8.) Pocket Fuzz
Track 9.) Black-Eyed Bride
Track 10.) FukUrDmg
Sietch was formally the guitarist and vocalist for Circling Birds. He played bass in Echospill and Starve the Beast on 6-string bass. He has toured the country in support of his albums "May I Rise?" “U.R.//NCtrl” and as guitarist for the defunct Jazz/funk trio, The Moonmen.
He played bass on Indianapolis songwriter Nate Raab's release "Warehouse Daydreams." He also plays guitar with Indianapolis cover bands Maddie and The Roadies and Twisted Mr.
Sietch Ramshackle (the band) has Erin Greywolf on Bass guitar, Adler Burton on Drums, Tyler Schuttler on Rhythm guitar and Sietch on Lead guitar/vocals. They deliver a powererful sound of bluesy, gnarley, experimental rock that is at once familiar to the audience’s ears but innovative and new with a modern message. They are currently working as Loitersack and should release Sietch’s next album sometime in Sept. 2020.
He has opened for Faster Pussy Cat, Shawn James, We Are The Asteroid, All the Locals, Locust Grove, American Bombshell, Crystal Lady, Taylor Phelan, Damsel and Distress and many, many, many others. He performed with Indianapolis cover bands Naptown Revue and Soulrocker.
He has shared the stage with local bands such as Midwest Contraband, Shadeland, Pinky and the Basterds, Cabin Pressure, Soundsmyth, American Bombshell and countless others. BzZZzzZtt...
Finger-style experimental but it is always all about the SONG.
Sietch commonly refers to his style as Johnny Cash meets Radiohead meets Frank Zappa and Thelonious Monk.
Smudge is Sietch's manager and enforcer.
Sietch Is a twitchy, Irish Pirate fuck. Sietch loves Smudge.
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