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Tom Hedrick

Tom Hedrick

Indie / Power Pop Super Smash / Beat! Minneapolis, MN  US
Goodbye Song
Goodbye Song
I Don't Ask Anymore
I Don't Ask Anymore
Dear Faye
Dear Faye
For Miss Brooks
For Miss Brooks


  • Night light frontcover only
    Night Light Released on Dec 1, 2014
  • J100 the man in the brown suit
    The Man In The Brown Suit Released on Nov 1, 2013
  • J100 pause for cheese jacket v2 fc 1400px
    Pause For Cheese! Released on Oct 1, 2012
  • 2 laws front cover
    2 Laws In 1 Day Released on Nov 1, 2011
  • Cd401 out mahoopie booklet covers
    Mahoopie! Released on Oct 1, 2010




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  • STEVE INGLIS (Artist)
    Where does one start to express a deep love of your incredible music. Having listened to your top five...its all STUNNING...its... I Don't Ask Anymore..I found so very good...
  • The Fludes (Artist)
    The Fludes
    " Goodbye Song" I love this track Tom.......excellent .....great to be here ......
  • SPYNN (Artist)
    and who doesn't love soup.....
  • kloudworks (Artist)
    I don't ask anymore... short and yet so excellent. Great words and a cool ending! Now waiting for new recordings with the uebercool Ripper bass. Envy!!! :) All the best, T...
  • Xav A. (Artist)
    Xav A.
    Your music is awesome Tom!!
  • Unknown Soldier (Artist)
    Unknown Soldier
    Great musical work here ! All the best from Canada !



  • March, 2013
  • March, 2013
  • March, 2013


Sounds Like: The Who, Captain Beefheart, The Kinks, Paul Weller, Brian Wilson

Bio: I'm an insomniac living in Minneapolis, Minnesota by way of California, Arizona, Ohio, and my hometown of Buffalo, NY. All my songs are based on my love of soup.

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Recording with my Gibson Ripper bass for the first time in years. http://t.co/Xlh49Nla3W


"I'm a musician who's completely out of original ideas, and so I thought I would ask for help from someone like you who shares my problem. Advice?"

— East Coast Paul, Endless String

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Jul 4, 2014

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Jun 19, 2014

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Q: Your new album Nightlight is a masterpiece. How do you make such a great sounding record in a home studio? Can you offer a glimpse into your recording process and perhaps gear that you prefer.

A: Hi Frank, Thank you for your very kind assessment of Night Light! As to recording in my home studio, I've taken some recording workshop classes, read up on different aspects of it, and have asked pro engineers about tips and tricks. From an equipment standpoint, the best advice I got was to buy the best possible interface within budget. I use an Apogee Duet, which converts analog to digital extremely well. For someone like me who records alone, I only need the two inputs for mic and line. The other thing I picked up was Ozone mastering software, which made a huge difference. I only use Shure SM 57 and 58 mics! Finally, flat response (or "neutral response") headphones for monitoring are a must, because you hear the real signal without any "shaping". More than anything, though, I think the key is to write the best possible songs, and work in an environment that you enjoy and find comfortable. By creating in a space that suits you, and capturing good signal, you're going to have good tracks with which to work. From there, you can mix and master at a pace that suits you. Thanks for asking! Tom

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