Magazine article Guitar Player

Tim Kasher: On Going Solo

Magazine article Guitar Player

Tim Kasher: On Going Solo

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CURSIVE AND GOOD LIFE GUITARIST Tim Kasher had plenty of indie street cred already, but now the guy is fully independent with the release of his first solo record, The Game of Monogamy [Saddle Creek]. Although always eclectic, Kasher is even eclectic-er on Monogamy, pairing his guitar and voice with strings, woodwinds, and brass instruments.--Matt Blackett What can you do on a solo record that you can't do on a Cursive record?

Mostly there's a freedom of songwriting. In Cursive, we try to stay as "genreless" as possible, but at the end of the day we still recognize certain parameters involved and it's a more specific, stylistic approach to songwriting. Under my own name, I feel comfortable writing absolutely anything: Cursive material, Good Life material, or whatever else may come up. Do you have a favorite guitar tone on this record?

I do the electric guitar on "Cold Love" was an experiment that worked out fairly well. …

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