Episode 382

Episode 382 – We Are Machine – Dome – the true story

In light of the news that dropped this past week, SeanGeek goes solo to explain just what was the concept of his and FastFret’s former band Dome’s album We Are Machine. He breaks down the tracks with snippets of EACH song to tell the story of not only the album but the writing of it. This story has never been told before.

You can listen to the album in full here: https://domewpg.bandcamp.com/releases

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SeanGeek and FastFret Podcast
The SeanGeek and FastFret Podcast are two brothers, the geek and the musician who discuss what is on their mind, every week.

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Sean McGinity

Hi, I am Sean "SeanGeek" McGinity. And I am a geek. For me, the definition of the word geek comes from liking something so much, that I deep dive into it. Not just consuming it... but becoming it. I "geek out". Everything started with comics. I read them and studied them with a fine eye, and then started making my own. Since then, I have "geeked out" on movies (Star Wars The Evil WIthin, Hurt), music writing, recording, and performing (The Classic Embers and Dome), writing (the Symka comic and the upcoming Intuitives novel), and now... this Podcast.
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Todd McGinity

Hey guys, SeanGeek here. Just to be clear, this is me geeking out on Todd "FastFretFingers" McGinity here. Todd is the GOAT. My brother is an established musician, mastering the Fretboard with a blistering discipline. If there was a guitar style, tone, pitch... Todd would find a way to replicate it. From his early days mastering Van Halen and Rush, his musical palate has expanded with forays into classical and flamenco, hard rock, blues and pop. From live performances to learning the recording process, when it comes to music, he has done it all.