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ghengus23: great down dirty country rock feelin' from the start. Reminds me of social distortion. Not sure if...


Amanda Heironimus - By music industry standards, Amanda Heironimus may be considered a late bloomer. Granted, she tinkered on her first CASIO as an eight-year-old, begged her parents for a piano in middle school, spurned her evil Czech piano teacher after a mere three months of lessons, and taught herself to play via Tori Amos songbooks instead. But it wasn't until her freshman year in college that tough times lead her to write her first full-length songs. A mere liberal arts student, she would sneak into the prestigious Cincinnati Conservatory of Music practice rooms at night to play their pianos and write. Taking cues from Amos and other female pianists, Amanda's early music was fluid and melodic, sung with the voice of a choirgirl. After cutting her teeth on the campus open-mic, she answered an ad in the local paper placed by a cover band in search of a female vocalist. The archived recordings of her audition prove undeniable: she was a horrible rock singer. But she had personality and spunk, and the band heard potential in that voice and signed her on. Two years of singing rock covers not only morphed her voice, but changed the way she wrote music as well. The cover scene grew tiresome, though, and Amanda now had a small body of original music that needed attention - and there was more to learn. Having heard its praises sung by many a musician, Amanda packed what she could fit into her car and drove to Austin, Texas for what she considered "graduate school." After many a lesson in stage performance, gig-booking, and especially the recording process, Amanda headed back to the Mid-West. At the age of 27, and after years of work, her sound is finally coming into bloom, and a dark flower it is. Her piano rock blends several genres, and runs the gamut from mournful ballads, to feisty blues-driven numbers, and even the occasional insistent love song. Varying widely, her passion creates a common thread through her music. She delivers every song with genuine emotion, but, as her live performances prove, maintains a sense of humor and hope despite the gravity of her work.  
Assimilate - Full length
Genre: Alternative
Weighted Rating: [11 Votes, 4.04 Stars]
Views: 2,721
Featured Review
amandaheironimus [9/10/2008 7:15:20 PM EST]
Score: +30
You two have both said it beautfully:) While arp is fairly dead on in my imaginings of the situation in this song, the inspiration was something more along the lines of what PT heard - not a lover, but a "friend' who once told me that as much as I thought I was a unique and unusual individual, I was really exactly like every girl he knew and I would be so much happier in life if I'd just admit this to myself. A complete #@&%!, and I told him as much. I defnitely wanted the songs to have that apocolyptic dreariness that you both detected, so I'm glad that's working. Thanks to both of you for sounding off on the lyrical content!
Liner Notes
Pauline Trouble [3/5/2012 7:05:07 PM EST]
Score: +0
Such a great song to re-visit! Why didn't this 'Onimous girl become famous anyway? She so dang good at everything! I finally read this as the male saying "Fade into me." Identity sucking man...Then towards the end you have the last laugh and it's now YOU saying that...Hmmm.

Richie Isaacs [3/5/2012 4:35:19 PM EST]
Score: +0
She DID grow, she's now one fantastic photographer - she's online as 1201 photography...absolutely stunning work it is too.
WILLBMUSIC [3/5/2012 8:25:19 AM EST]
Score: +10
Rated 5 stars
just discovered this, although it is a couple of years old it is still new to me. I find the music and the lyrics to be very well done, and very mature, the vocals on the other hand, seem very young and a bit unseasoned (for lack of a better word). Some are throwing out comparisons of Tori Amos, I can see that, but I see you developing your own persona to be compared to. I would love to see how your voice sounds now, a few years after this was recorded. I can only imagine it more strong and vibrant. Good luck. 4 STARS for current overall , and an extra STAR for anticipated growth.
Richie Isaacs [1/9/2009 4:17:26 PM EST]
Score: +0
oops,lol,etc Forgot I had both listened to it AND downloaded it already..memory,I had it once...
Mr. Bratty [10/15/2008 7:56:17 PM EST]
Score: +0
threetorches [10/15/2008 6:43:06 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
all erronius kurfuffle aside,i dont understand all the over thinking.a song,is a song,is a song.this song is a great song,and no, the violin is not out of tune.when you come across something so well put together,this is what you do?minutia is greatist breaker of essence.
amandaheironimus [10/15/2008 5:35:02 PM EST]
Score: +0
Thanks, Richie! Comments like that mean the world. You have no idea:)
Richie Isaacs [10/15/2008 8:07:28 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
Can I join your band?
My 'catching up' on this site is taking forever with our medium speed internet but songs like this are well worth it.
Pauline Trouble [9/10/2008 7:36:26 PM EST]
Score: +0
oops! I thought that was going to come out as @$%! or something...sorry!
Pauline Trouble [9/10/2008 7:35:25 PM EST]
Score: +0
You're welcome, my friend. I think your lyrics kick ass in all your songs, but this is so excellent! ( I knew a guy like that once, too...a complete dick is right!)
arpmoog [9/7/2008 5:08:17 PM EST]
Score: +0
Pauline Trouble identified the vibe. Roads to Moscow; a story of a Russian soldier captured by the Germans, but quickly released. He is shipped off to a Siberian prison because the paranoid Leninists can't tell if he has been politically compromised. He is an innocent caught in the wheels of a machine. It shares the same hopeless feeling as Assimilate, which seems to me a young girl in the clutches of a charismatic, doomsday cult leader being lured and urged to set aside her own unique self and assimilate her personality with his in some tragic, inevitable fashion. Sadness at betrayal is the common theme.
Pauline Trouble [9/7/2008 12:38:48 PM EST]
Score: +0
Of course, I could be dead wrong...Please tell me if I'm anywhere close!
Pauline Trouble [9/7/2008 12:38:06 PM EST]
Score: +0
I really liked the lyrics...They're angry, sarcastic, and most likely about a semi-abusive ex-lover who tried hard to convince you that you're nothing special, just so he could feel like God or something. You(the "voice" in the story) don't buy this line of crap, but at the same time, feel somewhat lessened by his insinuations. But your insistance that others "fade into" you is so strong...It's clear you're not going anywhere. I really "felt" this song, the imagery was dark and fitting for the message, and the music was so appropriate. The vocals had urgency and strength and vulnerability all at once. It seems that you are using a post-war bit of imagery to symbolize a broken relationship? That's how I took it--You're writing about the fall-out? I too, recognized an Amos influence, but if Tori hadn't climbed these castle walls first, my friend, you would have found them and climbed them all by yourself...Loved the "barricade" reference and now that I think of it, it does take me back to the feeling I got listening to Al Stewart's Roads To Moscow also. Maybe it's the feel of the music, primarily, and subject matter as well, to a lesser extint...that's a pretty damn good comparison.
amandaheironimus [9/7/2008 11:59:52 AM EST]
Score: +0
Wow. That's the most beautiful thing anyone has every said about our music. Thanks, pm;)
photoman73 [8/30/2008 10:33:06 PM EST]
Score: -8
Rated 5 stars
Anticipation is conceptual, but only truly measured by individual experiences. You know what you want to hear, even need to hear. It’s when you hear the first notes that you dare to hope for the experience. The opening of “Assimilate” offered that experience for me. The piano is reminiscent of a graceful, but fragile temptation. The strings offer the dramatic underpinnings of a John Steinbeck-like struggle. I feel as though Tom Joad is wearing his cheap suit and looking down the road at what is to come.

The experience has been set in motion. It’s at this point that I feel trepidation, for I want the music to be both met and carried by the voice. I have been disappointed too many times by poor vocal quality and uninspired, clichéd lyrics. This is not the case with this song. I found myself inhaling sharply at the sound of Amanda’s voice and the introspective nature of her lyrics. I hope to reach those who truly understand the experience of finding an artist who breaks the stagnation of two-dimensional and lackluster attempts at musical expression. My proverbial is hat is off to the entire band for their collective offering.
TheBuyer [8/28/2008 11:35:20 PM EST]
Score: +0
no fair, too good looking.
mistaeyeball [8/26/2008 2:15:42 AM EST]
Score: +0
jesus christ if I hate to give myself stars for spelling and typos I'd give myself a 0.5

"I have to agree that the strings stood out as wither the wrong note, or out off tune "

What I meant to say is I agreed with what Sings had to say about the strings - either the wrong not or out of tune... there you go all fixed
mistaeyeball [8/26/2008 2:13:47 AM EST]
Score: -4
Rated 2.5 stars
Ehhhm. Okay - so this song is ripe for comparisons with the the entire Lilith Fair tour from the 90's (my mom named her dog lilith, but you know after the biblical - er ex-biblical one... whatever - moving on...)

Here's the thing - the song itself, in structure, composition is very competent. I have to agree that the strings stood out as wither the wrong note, or out off tune - either way, you're not supposed to notice that... strings are kinda just supposed to be there lifting the sound up (see the guitar battle in crossroads - you know what I'm saying)

Okay - not on to the main course - your voice. Your notes are all good and fine - no apparent autotune which is always a plus as far as I'm concerned - but - I'm hearing some off notes and at time slight nasal traces which make me think your not singing from your diaphragm - and I'm probably totally wrong. Maybe the mic wasn't great - whatever...

Also I dislike the evidence of reverb and delay so apparent over the sparseness of the music - it's distracting.

So well composed but the performance falls at points, and I'm not super crazy about the production either - over all I think the feeling should be a little warmer and more intimate.

There you go. STARS!
arpmoog [8/24/2008 5:02:40 PM EST]
Score: +0
The strength of your lyrics are most definitely your strong suit. I am not much in your league, but have some ideas that might steer you out of the Tori dimension. It is my opinion that you will need to undertake a substantial departure to find an original muse. She served you well thus far, but the time as come to cast off the limitations of her influence and find your own voice. I might be able to help.
amandaheironimus [8/24/2008 9:36:52 AM EST]
Score: +0
Why thanks, arp. I was wondering when anyone was going to mention the lyrics. I've had several musician friends here at home argue over these. Some think they're too vague and meaningless (I heartily disagree), others found their own interperations (some which I find possibly even cooler than what was intended), and others really dug them. So I'm wondering how valid the complaints of the "I don't get it' camp are.
arpmoog [8/23/2008 3:49:27 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
Decloaking from nominal lurker mode to hand out some well deserved stars. This is top notch professional caliber. Voice and piano are so well executed. The lyrics are solid and well crafted. My only reservation is an unfortunate resemblance to Tori Amos. I hope your producer recognizes this attribute and helps you steer to sound uniquely your own. This is better than 97% of the material on Redfizzle. I listened to all your posted songs and thought this was the best. There is a haunting echo of Roads to Moscow by Al Stewart. Something about the barrier...
jsandlin71 [8/23/2008 9:38:20 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 3.5 stars
Not a bad song...I enjoy the chord changes because they give the song Ummmph..whatever that is. The production values are good but I still don't know if you got the right mix you needed to make this song soar. I guess for me, I really enjoyed the song structure but not the sound of the recording itself...if that's any helpful to you. :P
singmetofire [8/22/2008 10:33:19 PM EST]
Score: +0
Don't worry, im over it bud.
unklespaz [8/22/2008 5:14:52 PM EST]
Score: +0
It feels like I'm attacking your voting record on the senate, goofy
unklespaz [8/22/2008 5:12:42 PM EST]
Score: +0
ahh that was a cheap shot on my part, shouldn't have gone there, peace out
singmetofire [8/22/2008 4:59:59 PM EST]
Score: +0
well, i don't necessarily think i'm partial to regulars, maybe scott, just because he does something i normally hate, but know he's a really good guy, and he's doin it piece by piece, and taking his time, so i give him some slack. Same deal with Poolhouse i suppose. As for everyone else, i've let IE, you, qc, bratty, aaron, leathermouse, pauline, deadraven, poolhouse, and multiple others my honest opinnion, sometimes the reg's make good songs, sometimes they don't, certian people have better batting averages than others. And i've given pleanty of newcomers good scores too.

Anywho, you didn't "hurt my feelings" i says what i says. No excuses.
Lurker [8/22/2008 4:20:51 PM EST]
Score: +0
you guys have been shat'd.
unklespaz [8/22/2008 4:20:23 PM EST]
Score: +0
I was totally messing with you, sorry- I didn't expect a blowup, just seeing if I could hit a nerve there. Jeeze, I better back off before I land a asskicking.

Shat: as far as my "size" - don't worry but sorry about the thread here. It doesn't really belong here. Ah well

Singme, I think I honestly hurt your feelings. Sometimes, I do think you're all just messing around and then I see ya gettin all sensitive.

If you can say this "Aside from having multitudes of terrible bands (except razorback of course) and compiling terribly uninteresting posts" I figure I can fire back a little.

To be honest I think that you're like a little brother that's too easy to pick on.

Still: I think you have to admit you are totally partial to the regulars here. Everyone else pretty much gets disrespect. Maybe we both do it, but I do think that sometimes it gets out of hand.

You may remember my old profile - I used to give tons of 1 and 2 star reviews. Peeps don't like it. Maybe I should do that again? Stars are stupid. I mean whatever. Actually I don't care to argue, sorry I #@&%!ed with you and sorry about your feelings.

Honestly, you're a little harsh but that's "how you roll" and your style. I wouldn't change that for the world and don't give up on critiquing. I do think that you are good on the frontlines as QC said.
singmetofire [8/22/2008 3:55:13 PM EST]
Score: +0
well played sir
shat benatar [8/22/2008 3:53:59 PM EST]
Score: +0
but you both have really small dicks
singmetofire [8/22/2008 3:33:26 PM EST]
Score: +0
you have got to be #@&%!ing with me, right?

Have you looked at my critic profile? Go check out what i've given high ratings too, it's all over the board, cracker jackson, hma, lux, bratty, scanner freaks, eyeball, secondhand, aaron. I like good music, period.

I'm not even going to respond to the comment about spelling, it's what people who have no better points to bring up use as a defense mechanism. And this coming from someone who's totally missed the train on how to spell "uncle" for the better part of 3 years.

And as far as my relevance as a critic goes, i feel like i may be a little jolted by it, if i even took the comment seriously. You give everything 5 stars for the sake of social equality, there's no standards, no bar has been set. Of course when im not giving someone 5 stars they hate me, but it seems that when i give soemthing 5 stars (at least someone who knows how i vote) the artist takes a bit of pride in it. ::gasp:: what a #@&%!ing concept. Someone getting praise for doing more than just picking up the #@&%!ing instrument!? ABSURD! We are not all winners, in fact the failure rate is the running average. If i was submitting my music to a mag. or some other form of public media, i know damn well i wouldn't want it from the reviewer that gave everything two big thumbs up. I want my #@&%! reviewed by the guy that hardly ever gives anything the stamp of approval, because i know if that guy gave me a good review, it would mean something.
unklespaz [8/22/2008 2:31:09 PM EST]
Score: +0
Sing: this sentence alone is comic gold. "the littlep iano creshendo" you mis-spelled every word but "the".

Yes, you make me giggle. I'm still not sure if you have any merits as a critic. Do you like anything on the site besides Aaronlife's stuff and hardcore?
singmetofire [8/22/2008 2:11:37 PM EST]
Score: +0
btw im at work right now so i can't really give you the big breakdown on what i think of this, BUT when i get off i will, and i'll write a lot.
singmetofire [8/22/2008 1:33:43 PM EST]
Score: +0
i would be more than happy to give you a breakdown of what i think of this song.
And, in all fairness, it's not your comment really, more so the fact that Unk deems it Spun comic gold.

Either way, my sense of humor is odd, but it's there.
Like i said before, this is a really clean track, imo the train just derails a couple times.

amandaheironimus [8/22/2008 1:26:31 PM EST]
Score: +0
Ha! I was about to ask you to have a sense of humor, SMTF, but the last part of your comment had e laughing out loud, so it appears you have one:) I'm really cool with whatever people have to say on here; your comment just sounded perhaps a little pissed off - hence my joke to lighten the mood. (Which apparently did not go over so well). i do have to say, i'd love to see more comments on the actual craftsmanship of songs (lyrics, progressions, etc). We get a plenty of production feedback, but not much about the song itself sometimes. Anyway, off to work.
singmetofire [8/22/2008 1:15:50 PM EST]
Score: +0
Next time you give a song a bad rating should i just run by the thread, troll you up and say "Oh, you don't like this song? Maybe if i recorded it in a trash can i'd get some more stars out of you"

I listen to more than just hardcore music, so using it as a crutch as to why i give you bad ratings should be eliminated, look at my highest viewed on this page, it will serve as pleanty of proof that i don't just prefer heavy obnoxious #@&%!.

Maybe sometimes it's best to come to terms with the fact that not everyone is in love with someone's music, no matter how good the recording quality.

NOT TO MENTION, wtf is with this site, WHILE IM AT IT.
If a song has good prod. values, people say "all you care about is production values" if it's got good production values, and i don't like it, people say "Oh, not screamy enough huh?"


I guess i just don't see how that's a "Featured Review" other than it's a "girl" and you brown nose every "female" that comes on this "page" no matter how sub par their "music" is.

btw, i don't "Bathe Regularly"
i can't reach all the "spots on my body"
i've never "slept with a woman" and i "don't know how"
unklespaz [8/22/2008 12:55:30 PM EST]
Score: +0
Oh yeah, I am an idiot. Thanks for reminding me guru.
singmetofire [8/22/2008 11:06:39 AM EST]
Score: +0
oh wait, Almost ya go amanda....

singmetofire [8/22/2008 11:06:15 AM EST]
Score: +10
wtf, unk did you yay that?

you're an idiot.

unklespaz [8/21/2008 7:47:01 PM EST]
Score: +0
I gotta say that pic up top is outstanding, you've got quite the portfolio going

aaronlife [8/21/2008 6:13:03 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
really nice composition and performance all the way around, again, my favorite part is the end, your singing mainly, from 2:45 on probably, especially around 3:08. better than your average 4 star tune, not the kind of stuff i listen to for fun, but it's hard to turn off, and it leaves an impression, you get a sense of just how much energy you put into it when the song ends and it's silent, how everything you did worked together to build it, sustain it, and then rest. reminds me of classical music that way. you deserved a feature, your work deserves attention...
unklespaz [8/21/2008 5:12:04 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
ha ha, that's funny- I'd love to see that happen, that roaring bit!
amandaheironimus [8/21/2008 4:39:02 PM EST]
Score: +10
One and a half stars, eh? Perhaps I should learn to roar?? I'll see what I can do for you;)
singmetofire [8/21/2008 3:37:50 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 1.5 stars
Hm....The strings here, they sound a little flat, either out of tune or whoever is playing, is playing in the wrong key? Not sure, but it doesn't sound right.

This is really cool in the production department, levels are good, and all the suonds are really crisp and they really pop.

But i will say, the littlep iano creshendo at 2:40 sounds a little sloppy to me.

Hmmmm, yeah this is a tight track, but i think the weakpoint is the singing, and some of the playing. I feel like your talent hasn't quite reached that of your producer, or something like that.

I don't know, i hear a lot of things here that prevent this from really being a solid track. And, last but not least, this song really doesn't hold any replay value to me. Things are done well, but it's easily forgettable. It's a nicely written, arranged, and produced ditty, that i don't care to really hear ever again.
Lurker [8/21/2008 2:53:41 PM EST]
Score: +0
i knew it was a viola.
unklespaz [8/21/2008 12:10:20 PM EST]
Score: +0
should I paste my comments from the shortened version of this song?
I think the vocals should be more prominent, and yeah more viola, but the sound is killer. I think you've found your own niche on this round of recordings, or it seems stronger than ever. Good luck on the software end.
amandaheironimus [8/21/2008 11:45:05 AM EST]
Score: +0
Thanks so much for the comments so far. Here's the story on this track - the guy we worked with on this session recorded 4 tracks for us, then as he was in the process of mixing, had a major software crash and is having trouble getting things back together. We've been told all is not lost, but he was only able to give me this unfinished mix for the moment. So your input is much appreciated and will be taken into consideration when he's up and running and ready to finish the track. Oh - and my bandmate Leah would like to interject that the instrument you're hearing is a viola. And you're right - it's a little dry as that's the raw track you're hearing. He hadn't made it that far yet. Thanks for the feature!
Pauline Trouble [8/21/2008 11:28:14 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
This is a great listen. I can't imagine a way it could be improved, for my ears, anyway. Cool lyrics. Congratulations on the well-deserved feature!
Pauline Trouble [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
The violin sounded just great to me. I love to hear your voice here, you're really coming into your own. While anyone could hear a certain Amos-like influence here, the song itself, and the singer/songwriter are distinctly their own. Love the dynamics in the music, the "grrr"in the vocals, and movement through the song.
zoolab [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
The violin is a little dry for me. Don't get me wrong, I like the song, the performance, everything, but then the violin feels a little...I don't know, just by itself, the way its presented, seems kind of cliche and sort of detracts from the rest of the awesomeness. Like, maybe the same notes, but not a violin? Or distortion on the violin? Not sure.
P-PM [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
top notch song, awesome production and a vocal performance that is powerful and moving. feature for sure.
Lurker [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
hats off to your producer. your style is big and this production nearly matches it. i can't wait to hear more from this session!
unklespaz [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
determined, serious, and freshly cut right? Cool vocal inflections, neat production, not often the piano tones are so rich, the vocals are a little distant, but you have a strong voice, yeah but gorgeous, I'll be curious to watch you grow
IrREGULAR ELEPHAnT [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
So these songs come along that make life as a critic beyond difficult. Obvious piano skills evident. The production of drums and piano remind me of the cool stuff from The Bad Plus. So, how do I vote for material that displays far less technical skills than this, over this? I don't know. This is damn good. It did inspire multiple listens. This only lacks that intangible element that makes pop music speak to me. Hell if I know what that is.
aaronlife [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
it's nice that you did a full length version, the other was a nice teaser, but difficult for radio format...

dig the spooky piano intro, i think the vocal gets drowned out in bits of the song when you go softer and the piano gets more expressive, just a mix issue. i also feel that the vocal competes with the piano/percussion and it was hard to me to stay on point with the lyrics, again i think that's a mix issue.

i'm on headphones, maybe it's different on speakers.

this is a really nice work, powerful, best part of the vocal is at the end when you let your voice break into a falsetto, and it sounds like you start to let loose and have fun. i would have loved that emotion through the whole piece, that was the part that grabbed me, personally, and took me beyond appreciation of your talent, and into personal gratification.

it's nice to hear someone revive the piano as a main instrument.
balcerebon [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
reminds me of the old band "It's a Beautiful Day" in certain places, maybe because of the violin. kind of an updated version, almost. good work.
PisceanDream [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Great piano, violin, and vox. The violin gets a little old always being on the right side of the stereo spectrum. Maybe if another violin played a different part on the left side that would help balance things out. Very nice. The end is a little sloppy though. The drums don't quite gel and the violin cuts off a little quick.
GoingtothePoolhouse [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
already voted as my other self. just listening again. that's a cool photo too.
natsteel [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
I agree with several points by the previous reviewers... the vocal, to me, isn't not just "out in front" enough but it's not thick enough to compete with such a dense sounding music bed moreso in the beginning than the end. And the violin is a good choice of instrument though it being so dry hurt its presentation. Reverb is mostly for depth i.e. the drier the closer, the wetter the farther away. No reverb/ambience and the violin being so low in the mix completely detracted from the effect it could have had.

I set out as the suns come up
Tracing arcs in the churning sky
Watch the neighbors drain the well til it's dry, til it's dry

Pass dark girls on the road that goes
Winding up to the barricade
Pull my sleeves 'round my pearly hands walking by, walking by

'Cause he says I am just like
Born and bred to be just like
Everyone, so please come quietly
And fade into me

Spend my days on the brink of life
By these walls built from our decline
Books and balls, bikes and dolls, and ask why, I ask why

No surprise when he finds me here
I'm the last on his laundry list
Eyes that shine so you can't resist but I try, well I tried

But he says i am just like
Born and bred to be just like
Everyone, so please come quietly
And fade into me

Well he says I am just like,
Born and bred to be just like
Everyone, so please come quietly

Here's your chance to believe in something
Bite your tongue do you feel it coming
When we take you, might it make you whole?

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