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Depression Era Thinking
Honest Mistakes
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Pete Miser Oct 15, 2018
Here’s a link to a kids album I made back in 2010 but never mixed until now. I was spending the summer as a guest of Oliver Ryan and volunteering on the family farm with vegan organic agricultural multi-instrumentalist, Farmer Steve Eaton. We wrote and recorded these songs in the field, in the barn and on the beach in Springs, New York. Play them for your kids and see if they are inspired to eat kale!
Pete Miser Aug 17, 2017
I'm proud to post the process video of the making of my album cover art and the Interview I did with Mass Appeal about it:
Pete Miser Aug 08, 2017
Depression Era Thinking, by Pete Miser
Pete Miser Aug 08, 2017
THE EAGLE HAS LANDED! My new album, Depression Era Thinking is on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, YouTube, etc. Give it a listen...but not with your kids around...and not at work...and not at a party. In fact...
Pete Miser Aug 02, 2017
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Pete Miser Mar 23, 2017
I’ve been working on rewards for my Kickstarter supporters this week, most importantly mastering my album but also hand-making thank you postcards for people who made a contribution of $100 or more. If you missed the boat and would like to contribute you still can. Hit me at Info[at] and I’ll set you up. Thanks to everyone who already supported my project! (The music is "Bright Side (instrumental)" from my forthcoming album, Depression Era Thinking.
Pete Miser Mar 19, 2017
I spent Friday at Sterling Sound mastering my new album, Depression Era Thinking. It's a major step toward completion of the project. I need to shout out Chris Gehringer for always killing it. I'm lucky to have his ears and expertise on the project.
Pete Miser Mar 19, 2017
On "Making It" in the music business... Every now and then I have a correspondence with a really cool woman who is trying to help her son navigate his way through the music industry. She hit me up recently to ask if I'd be down to produce some songs for him. Here's my response. You might want to read this excerpt if you're considering becoming a world famous rapper. RE: Your son... I checked out his Youtube channel to re-acquaint myself with his style and work. Working with him requires a massive conversation and a lot of it we have already discussed. I would love to have a discussion with him but here is the thrust of what I’d say: It all starts with his own initiative. Period. He needs to show passion and he needs to do it publicly. His social media needs to be popping. Lots of new stuff all of the time: New songs on Soundcloud, new videos every two weeks on Youtube, shorter videos and photos on Instagram, engaged tweeting to members of his community and wider. If he doesn’t get on that, he’s not doing it. Social media is essential for an independent artist. All this social media activity means he needs to be generating lots and lots of content. He needs to be writing ALL THE TIME! If he’s not, he’s not an artist. Dre would lock Tupac in a room all day and expect him to write write write. At the end of the day, Pac would come out with three new songs…5 days a week! That is the core of who your son wants to be. If he’s not down to do that, he’s not interested in the job. As he keeps moving forward he will outgrow rhyming over other people’s beats (which he does a lot on his Youtube channel.) For me that meant making my own tracks. I am incredibly happy that I broadened my skill set in that way. It provides way more opportunities than just being a good MC. There is no shortage of good MCs out there. He needs a better work ethic than everyone else. He needs to be a better MC than everyone else. He has to have more charisma than everyone else. He needs to be more pleasant to work with than everyone else. Those are the things that are going to push his career forward. When he gets to that point, then I might be down to work with him. That’s not at all to say that I’m too good for him. It’s just to say that we’re all struggling to make our careers happen. I would really need to see a ton of his own initiate for me to contribute a lot of my time and energy to help him move forward. A big incentive for me would be to see a capable team around him. You can't pull this off alone. His team would include a good manager, a community of creative people (MCs, producers, DJs, videographers). A board of directors essentially. All that said, I’d be down to talk with him (and you) more about it. What I’m talking about is strategy. Career strategy. Not art or rhyme skills but the long term plan of attack to be an artist for a living. In my opinion, being a star is a goal one should strive for and cross your fingers for but it depends on forces beyond our control. Making a living doing your art IS something a person can do a lot to cultivate. Wow, long email. It’s a really complicated subject I guess. Keep in mind there are tons and tons of resources out there meant to help fledgling artists take flight. has a whole blog devoted to it, there are interviews on youtube about this stuff. My friend, Bosko created a podcast about it you can check out here: Have him check it out and tell him to keep fighting the good fight!
Pete Miser Mar 01, 2017
Major major thanks to everyone who backed my Kickstarter project. I'm humbled by the generosity and support. It was nice to get the official email from Kickstarter this morning. Can't wait to finish the album!
Pete Miser Feb 27, 2017
Behold, the last day of the Kickstarter campaign for my forthcoming album, Depression Era Thinking. I am humbled by the support people have shown me on this project. Thank you if you took a look. If you contributed, I am extra grateful. I can't wait to deliver the completed album. If you still want to get on the team, click here before midnight:
Pete Miser Feb 26, 2017
Oh man! 2 days left in my Kickstarter campaign! This is the first verse from a song called Hands Of Time off my work in progress album, Depression Era Thinking. Time is running out. If you want to check out my campaign, click here:
Pete Miser Feb 25, 2017
3 days left in my Kickstarter campaign. Here's the first verse from Off Into The New York Night. I'm offering a thumb drive loaded with several of my albums and some unreleased material as well. To view all of the extra-deluxe rewards on offer, click here:
Pete Miser Feb 24, 2017
4 days left in my Kickstarter campaign. Here's verse 1 from a song called The Problem With You from my work in progress album, Depression Era Thinking. The song features the angelic voice of Dawn Landes. To support my Kickstarter campaign, click here:
Pete Miser Feb 23, 2017
5 days left in my Kickstarter campaign! This is verse 1 from a song called Moment's Like This from my work in progress, Depression Era Thinking. Enjoy me rapping on the outgoing message of your voicemail (or other handsome rewards) by clicking here:
Pete Miser Feb 22, 2017
Back on my Kickstarter hustle with six days to go. Here's a verse from my new album, Depression Era Thinking. Click here to help me complete the project:
Pete Miser Feb 12, 2017
Throw way way back to the nineties, baggy shorts and Tims and my old crew, 5 Fingers of Funk!
Pete Miser Feb 10, 2017
The big daddy of my Kickstarter rewards: the original artwork that I did for the album cover. Go to to support my project! #Typography #Lettering #PaperArt #DET
Pete Miser Feb 08, 2017
More Kickstarter thank you gifts: An elegant blank Moleskine notebook for you to write your deepest secrets in. I will hand write the lyrics to one of my songs in the first two pages but leave the rest to you. What will you write? What will you draw? Will you transcribe the rest of the album while you listen to the digital download that comes with it?
Pete Miser Feb 05, 2017
Screen grab from my Kickstarter video. This was back when trucker hats felt like a fashion innovation and before the finance guys moved in and took over Williamsburg. If you haven't seen my Kickstarter video, please click here:
Pete Miser Feb 04, 2017
I'm feeling humbled and thankful for everyone who has supported my Kickstarter campaign ( Unbelievable that it's surpassed it's goal in day 1! Thanks to anyone who even took a look whether you supported or not. I appreciate it. #Thankful #DET
Pete Miser Feb 02, 2017
My Kickstarter campaign is officially live! Take a look at what I'm up to and get involved at:
Pete Miser Jan 31, 2017
I'm getting ready to launch a Kickstarter campaign in a few days. Be prepared to pick out an extra-deluxe incentive for your support!
Pete Miser Dec 25, 2016
Kid-friendly and featuring Portland's own Bosko on the Electrospit, "I Wanna Know" is the holiday hit you've been looking for in your stocking. Download it here for free:
Pete Miser Dec 24, 2016
Happy Holidays and happy new year! This is a timelapse of a recent piece of paper art. The song is "I Wanna Know" and it features Bosko on the Electrospit. Download it (for free) here: To see more of my artwork, go here:
Pete Miser Oct 25, 2016
Bad Hombres