Canyon Creek

  • Submitted on time! May 24, 2020

I clicked the random generator in Wikipedia 3 times and the first two were in foreign languages, so luckily I landed on Canyon Creek on the 3rd try and decided to go with a full on folk approach to this song. I like to stack harmonies so this was a quick and fun project that I did in one day with my guitar, uke, bass, MIDI mellotron flutes, and piano. Enjoy!

Looking for feedback on

The song idea is a swell of harmonies and flow (like a river). Does that carry across to the listener?


alechutson May 26, 2020 9:02pm


bobbing up and down on a tube on a warm river in idaho. really love the “i’ve never been” section, makes me very happy.

juliapiker May 25, 2020 3:13pm

This makes my heart feel good. The flow of those flutes or bg soft synths are a PERFECT bed for this. They work really well tying the mix together. Great vocal mix. I honestly like everything about this track. That beautiful piano. I second nick’s lazy river comment. just pure good stuff. thank you!

nick May 25, 2020 3:09pm

great vibe—definitely feel like im floatin. lazy river, a few snacks, just right. so glad to have you on this one!

Ryan May 25, 2020 12:32pm

Sup Anders! Yeah big fan of this one. Love that organ pad. So freakin’ warm. Your vocal delivery (as always) is phenomenal. I want you to sing me to sleep JUST ONCE ANDERS GOD DAMMIT. Re: river flow — yep, I’d say the rolling piano part and harmony stack does that quite nicely.

peter May 24, 2020 10:08pm

this is so beautiful!

peter May 25, 2020 3:09pm

these vocal harmonies… damn.

balance and vibes keep me coming back to this track.

aubspeeps May 24, 2020 9:38pm

I LOVE the lyric I’ve never been but from magazines I know wow. Also into the snacks lyric such a delightful surprise

I definitely get river feelings from the track

Beautiful job!

Ben May 24, 2020 9:04pm

ANDERS, welcome! This is beautiful. It is flowing. I’ve also possibly never heard the word “snacks” in a song.