Crankbox (Has Gone Freelance)

We're Dylan and Reed, we're a band from Toronto called Crankbox. We write a song for you every week and post it on Thursday morning!


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Crankbox Party 10 is out: Firelight (I Decide). Acoustic sweetness.

We upload a new recording Every Single Thursday. If you like it, and you like us, please consider supporting us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/CrankboxSounds !

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Crankbox Party 10 is out: Firelight (I Decide). Acoustic sweetness.

We upload a new recording Every Single Thursday. If you like it, and you like us, please consider supporting us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/CrankboxSounds !

Crankbox Party 10 is out: Firelight (I Decide). Acoustic sweetness.

We upload a new recording Every Single Thursday. If you like it, and you like us, please consider supporting us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/CrankboxSounds !

in-meiner-haut said: Hi guys! I love your song "crooks of my elbows" not only because it is cool music but also because of its topic skin picking. I am the founder of the first skin picking support group in Germany. As a non-native English speaker I do not understand all the lyrics and the transcript on youtube is - so far I can see - full of mistakes. Do you have a written version that you could send me for translation? Or could you take a look at my attempt of transcribing ... which follows in a few minutes?

Hey!  I just took another listen to “Crooks of my Elbows” and transcribed the lyrics more accurately, so if you look at the YouTube page now ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3aPxNikIcA ) I can guarantee that they’re right.  I can think of two sources for inaccuracy: One, the lyrics were written before the song was recorded.  During the recording, I improvised and modified some lyrics in small ways, so that they didn’t quite match the written version from earlier.  Two, the grammar and punctuation is deliberately improper for style purposes; let me know if you still have trouble understanding the updated version and I will get back to you! —Dylan

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Crankbox Party 9 is Dylan’s rock adaptation of EA Robinson’s 115-year-old poem “Richard Cory”, written as part of his Master’s degree and recorded with the infinite patience of Reed StevensIt’s well outside our usual style… what do you think?

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Crankbox Party 9 is Dylan’s rock adaptation of EA Robinson’s 115-year-old poem “Richard Cory”, written as part of his Master’s degree and recorded with the infinite patience of Reed StevensIt’s well outside our usual style… what do you think?

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Crankbox Party 8 is I’m Sorry, I’m Sorry

(How can I make it up to you?)

Support us if you think we make good music, and if you aren’t sure, we have over 100 songs on our Youtube channel so you can decide.

We write new music every Thursday.  Come listen.

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Crankbox Party 8 is I’m Sorry, I’m Sorry

(How can I make it up to you?)

Support us if you think we make good music, and if you aren’t sure, we have over 100 songs on our Youtube channel so you can decide.

We write new music every Thursday.  Come listen.

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Crankbox Party 8 is I’m Sorry, I’m Sorry

(How can I make it up to you?)

Support us if you think we make good music, and if you aren’t sure, we have over 100 songs on our Youtube channel so you can decide.

We write new music every Thursday.  Come listen.

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Crankbox Party 8 is I’m Sorry, I’m Sorry

(How can I make it up to you?)

Support us if you think we make good music, and if you aren’t sure, we have over 100 songs on our Youtube channel so you can decide.

We write new music every Thursday.  Come listen.