Tasmanian rock band blending a range of styles making dynamic music influenced by the space and ambience of Tasmania.Check out our music, some cool photo's, and if you're in Tasmania come for a surf with Mike and Steve.
Rick Gross, tenstring.com, inc., all rights reserved "But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength they shall mount up with wings as eagles they shall run, and not be weary and they shall walk, and not faint." Isaiah 40.3
iTunes Podcast Review of MY MUSIC! Out Now!: On his personal MySpace music page and on the archives of "Room9" on iTunes collection of podcasts. An audio review of Patrick Lew's Band describing the commentary and insight on the music of a rebellious Taiwanese rocker is now posted! Basically, Patrick sent a request for a review on the Soundclick.com "Critics Corner" message board to a fellow audio blogger under the SN, "Googlyears" and was one of the lucky three requests for a time being to be reviewed through the guy with the username Googlyears's iTunes radio podcast specializing in commentary and review for talented artists and musicia...
God is always there for us, waiting for us to talk to Him!: Sometimes it takes the lowest times in our lives to reach out to God. We are always searching for that part of us that we feel is missing in our lives. God is that part of us. He is always there when we need Him. He is someone we can talk to at any time, day or night. He hears our prayers and our cries in the darkest times of our lives. Reach out, He is there, and will help you!
Patrick Lew Throwback -- Patrick Lew on Soundclick circa 2003: NEWS: Currently writing new songs and short stories and taking guitar training, spending summer off before going to my first year of college in City College of San Francisco. And spending most of my time a slacker at home or with my Asian family. I'm the ordained Silent Minister, and I'm also a open bachelor...So anyone in the San Francisco area wants to get married, let me know...And rumor has it I might be a rhythm guitarist or bassist joining a Asian J-rock band playing a mix of hard rock and Visual Kei.
What do you like most about 'Silent Minister'?
The raw and unpolished lo-fi sound c...