Song four from Creature Of Habit. [more inside]
A very silly track from my high school days. Circa 2004.
Odd, never-quite-finished, repetitive something which I concocted years ago using PS1 MUSIC 2000's default instruments and some short vocal samples. [more inside]
This song highlights one of the possible dangers of crashing one's ship on a planet inhabited by a totally alien species. I recorded this a few years ago, deciding only recently to mix it down. It features a reklus-modified Korg DDD-1.
Draft of a song recorded on the somewhat miraculous/blasphemous iPhone app "Music Memos" (which automatically recorded the bass and drums). [more inside]
I've been listening to a lot of riot grrl and wrote this for a friend
A simple dance track [more inside]
The night he died, Prince came to me in a dream. I played electric piano and he played acoustic piano. He had all the best licks, naturally. :-) So I had to do this, even though it's like the Tenacious D song, Tribute. This is not the song I heard in my head, which was a jam in Am. No, this is just a tribute to that song. And it comes with it's own after-party! [more inside]
simple and fun
Part three of the serial instrumental, Creature Of Habit. [more inside]
A new take on a classic midi
AppleSeed, CarrotAdventure, and I bring you the title track from our newly released Weekend of Arps EP! [more inside]
This is a recording of a performance I did last Friday of Hozier's "Take Me to Church" at my medical school's Evening of the Arts. I'm super proud of how it turned out. (Video here.) The first minute or so is the intro from the host of the show, then the song begins.
Second track from the album/playlist I am working on. [more inside]
There's a picture of two guys, one has a grey shirt and tan jacket, the other the reverse. [more inside]
Rough draft, ambiguous Americana love song to the compromises of long term relationships. Electric piano and acoustic guitar in a Nick Drake tuning of some sort (gotta figure this out when I rerecord...). [more inside]
From the Prehistoric EP (2008)!
Guitar instrumental, sort of dirty and insistent. [more inside]
final song of drones, my rpm project this year [more inside]
A follow up to my last song, The Eternally Incomprehensible Thing, in memoriam my cat Einstein ????—2015-11-02.
WARNING: Not Safe For... anyone, anywhere. Seriously. (For the MeFi Cover Challenge.) [more inside]
Short acoustic guitar instrumental I came up with last night. Recorded into my phone in two parts: main part & random notes added part (for spice).
Guitar instrumental. Some slide. GarageBand on the drums.
Instrumental + cat purrs and face skritchies. In memoriam Einstein ????—2015-11-02. [more inside]
song 4 of drones [more inside]
For song #8 of Unu Kanto Po Semajno, we answer the question, "What happens when not_on_display figures out he can just drag .mp3's into Garageband and manipulate them?" Some funky goddamn psychedelic shit, you'd better believe. [more inside]
song 3 of the rpm project drones [more inside]
Acoustic folk heartbreak. [more inside]
This track is part of a project that heavily features Swamp XT, a virtual synthesizer by one H. G. Fortune. Working playlist title is "Succubus/Incubus", but I'm looking for other ideas. [more inside]
Curves 'n stolen wurds
For Lahore, Brussels, and my friend Meghan
2nd song of rpm album drones [more inside]
My son asked me to record his heartbeat for some school thing a few months ago. I had this heartbeat lying around so I added some Moog to it and Bob's your uncle it became a synthpop song.
Some Easter Monday techno [more inside]
Something like a pop song but not really.
1st song of my 2016 rpm project, drones [more inside]
A fist-pumper for the Friday drive home!
For GregNog's Mefi Cover Challenge and Song #7 in the Unu Kanto Po Semajno collection, I roped greenish and her awesome set of pipes all the way in from across the ocean! [more inside]