Death. It comes for us all. The final chapter of Daz's Guide to Math Rock concerns the final stages of your band: Disbanding.
The sights, the smells, the fights. The male nudity. Tour tips part 2.
Come for the tips on keeping your merch in check, stay for the stories of near-death.
It will probably be very hard for you to pick album artwork that you and your bandmates can agree upon. Chapter eight can be read as a thesis on the virtues of being a one-man band.
Click tracks: are they your worst enemy? Maybe. Chapter Seven paints a harrowing picture of your first recording experience.
Daz Cook navigates shark-infested waters in Chapter Six of his guide to math rock, covering how to explain to your co-workers what kind of band you're in. Good luck, sailor.
By turns hilarious and catastrophic, Daz Cook breaks things down in Chapter Five, painting a striking portrait of how your first few gigs will go, and what you can do to survive them.
Daz returns with Chapter Four. This time, how to use a future device called "the internet" to make your band popular with a small subset of people.
A man. A band. A book. Panama? Chapter Three tells you how to throw a hot coat of spit shine on those fancy new zingers you done just wrote.
Daz Cook implores you to return to his upcoming book, here on Fecking Bahamas. Chapter Two gives the hot tips on being a math rock musician and getting your mind and body set for twiddly.