H​.​F​.​M.

by Davida Loca/Part Time

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about

Part Time's recordings started early on in the late 90's and throughout the 2000's as a diversion for David Speck while he was playing in rock n roll/garage/psych bands in Austin, TX (Toko Ri Get High, The Dazzling King Solomon Band) and with Oakland, CA punks rockers (The Time Flys). His past musical makings were lo-fi synth pop made on cheap-sounding casio keyboards, 4 track tape machines, electric guitars, and drum machines. Soon, Part Time became his full-time musical gig as people began noticing and releasing records. A single for Loglady Records (Visions of the Future) and an album for Mexican Summer (What Would You Say?) were both released in 2011, while a cassette for Burger Records followed in 2012. Speck formed a live band for shows and touring, and also began recording even lower-fi synth pop songs as Davida Loca.

"H.F.M." is 19 tracks collected over a 9 year period, each track telling a story or showing a glimpse of a mans/bands past while simultaneously showing a glimpse of what's to come. It's like assembling puzzle pieces to a puzzle that, although you had no idea what it would look like in the end, turned out to be quite beautiful. Each song in this collection of demos and compositions, spanning from 2006-2014, seems to bring about some nostalgic thought, a moment in time that you can't clearly recall, or a song that seems so familiar.. but you can't quite remember from where or why..

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released 19 August 2014

Album Notes:
All songs recorded, composed, and played by Davida Loca. "Soft Hours" by William Trujillo. Compositions and Demos from 2006-2014. Drums and bass on "Ecstasy to Frenzy" and Warmer Than Sunshine" by Walter Byers and Tony Leal. "Ecstasy to Frenzy" by Rodd Keith.

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