Products used: Clayton Standard Duraplex Picks .88mm
“The first thing that caught my eye about Clayton picks was strictly aesthetic – I thought they just looked cooler than the other picks out there! Once I bought a couple of packs and started using them I noticed the difference immediately. They feel stronger in my fingers, last longer, and, most importantly, they just sound better than the picks I was using. Some might find it hard to believe that something as simple as a guitar pick can have an effect on your sound, but it most definitely can and does. I’m a Clayton convert and I’m not going back.”
“We can sit a while and I’ll sing some songs ’bout where we’re going, not where we’ve been” – Jeff Przech, “Back Again”
The new music from Jeff Przech (“Presh”) is a big musical departure from his 2018 release, “Jeff Przech & The Outfit”… which was a big musical departure from his 2015 debut, “Sounds Like Fresh”. While this might seem like a deliberate reimagining of his sound, Przech disagrees: “I don’t think you can call this a reinvention because I don’t feel I invented anything in the first place. I’ve always done the same thing with my songs and recording – I just chase the sounds I hear in my head.” Przech’s songs deal with struggle and the human condition, topics that are relatable to most. Przech gives his narrators a voice, even if that voice does not necessarily belong to Przech himself.Przech has released two singles in 2019 and is currently writing and preparing to release more music in the near future. He has also recently joined with Connecticut songwriter Kala Farnham to form a musical partnership. The two songwriters come from very different places musically, but they easily meet in the middle to both enhance each other’s songs and create new music.