Mic Check

Lauren’s testing out my mic for the live stream I’m doing this Sunday at 1pm. I’ll be doing a live set for for Strike A Chord 2020! Go to this link: https://bit.ly/may17livestream to listen on your phone or computer. I got my microphones set up and electric guitar ready to go so I can bring you a real high quality stream.

Gig Footage and a New Review

Here’s a little live footage from the set this past Monday! This song’s called Inside and it’s on my first album Step 1 Explode.

Also comeherefloyd put up a review of Part of Me. If you haven’t listened to the new album yet, go give it a shot. I appreciate it.

Here’s the review:

Review of Part of Me by comeherefloyd

‘Part of Me’ is the single from Austin Bullock’s new album ‘Wasted 8’ (out now). And the co-founder and guitarist of the band Binge Magick, does his solo thing with this project of soaring energies and lyrics that exude love, for love’s sake.

In 2020, Austin announced that he will be releasing 3 albums over the course of the year, the first of which is titled Wasted 8 and is scheduled for release on March 6, 2020. The 2nd and 3rd albums will be released later this year.

Whoa. Ambition. But we think that’s what Austin’s all about: Gumption by the fistful.

With Lauren Boucher on drums in this project, Austin thrills with tantalizing psyche tinged indie, asking the right questions that we all like to ask of, in private.



Gigs and Reviews

Last night at The Jungle was a blast. Thanks for all who came, for John MacLean, Crushed Vinyl, and The Perfect Trip for playing, and for Tiny Oak for putting it on.

There are also a couple new reviews of my latest album out there! Part of Me was reviewed by Pretty in Noise and Don’t Quit Your Day Job was reviewed by Little Dose of Indie. Here are the blurbs:

Review of Don’t Quit Your Day Job by Little Dose Of Indie

The newest release from Austin Bullock brings authentic vocals and blazing guitars riffs, glowing bright against a smooth drum beat. FFO: Black Keys

Review of Part of Me written by Pretty In Noise

Attention retro fans! The new single of the American’s upcoming album uses scratchy guitars and wobbles somewhere between the 60s and 90s Britrock. Sounds indecisive at first, but it really fits quite well. Especially the rousing guitars, which are supported by a subtle bass. Wonderful!