Leif Solem lives in Spokane, Washington, where he plays music with a band called the Converters.
Leif plays all the instruments on the Leif Mulch recordings -- drums, bass, guitar, piano, viola, pennywhistle, wineglasses, banjitar, mandolin, gourd guitar, and so on, tin can, &c, and messes them up beyond recognition using "garageband" and "audacity" and an old four-track and variable speed cassette player. Also there are geese. It's fun, and harmless. Mostly.
a 4track and mac meditation on dreams and drink, trains and planes, death and childhood, baking and heartbreak.
Februjeria: The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag Soundtrack(2008)
science fiction kitchen(2009)
sixteen songadongs about the 116th street station on the IRT line in New York City -- no, kidding, just some songs . .
A houseful of sickies including the boy with his conjunctivitis (pinkeye) and still somehow time to live it up, play music, make songs, play on the radio, go walking, drink beer, recollect good times of old. Yeah, it may be the best life but it's my life . .
I got sick real bad but did it anyways.