Detuned, broken, serialist hip-hop. (4:05)
I love covers that genre shift. I'm also listening to the Postal Service's album 'Give Up' a lot recently. So, a genre shifted cover - the more unlikely the better - of 'The District Sleep Alone Tonight' would be pretty awesome.
I am not sure what genre this was or now is, but something has shifted.
Removing the human facade of a Thicke Droid 2013 for the MeFi Request Raffle. [more inside]
My second Request Raffle challenge submission: a soulful song played on an out-of-tune piano! [more inside]
Just got a new zoom h6 to record with. Guitar, vocals, whistling, and a 1930's Dogherty pump organ. [more inside]
My raffled request came, I am told, from ODiV
, who wanted to hear the "Are You Being Served?" theme song. I hope this is the version he heard in his dreams (because it is, roughly, the one I heard in mine). [more inside]
Recorded at rehearsal by Radiateur [more inside]
Yes! New music! What's up guys, this is a brand new track that I've been working on for a few weeks. I was inspired by Autoerotique and their use of triplets, and Tujamo's use of horns, so I corralled my own virtual brass section and threw this little nugget together. An artist I've worked with in the past, Tiger La, is on the hook.
Hope you enjoy!
An old thing that's been sitting too long, I envision this as the music playing in your head when you've gone to bed, can't sleep, and have gotten back up and gone back to your workspace to crunch on that ONE odd thing that's been bugging you about your latest project. [more inside]
Here’s my entry for the Great Request Raffle.
The request I got was: “I have a number of songs about Friday, Saturday, and Monday. Even one song about Tuesday. I'm wondering if anyone has something to say about Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday.”
I've not posted for a while because I have a lot of things on the go I can't finish. I'm out of ideas on this one, so fuck it, here goes. [more inside]
More massive amounts of Massive. I think it builds up nicely. Let me know what you think.
Polly wants a cracker. [more inside]
Another quick 'jazz' tune recorded during the week.
A short little love song for the woman i married this weekend. [more inside]
A song off our current EP. Three piece garage punk stuff out of San Francisco.
For my woefully behind schedule song-a-week project, I recorded a slow, introspective version of the seminal Prince favorite. Leave your dancing shoes at the door. [more inside]
Holy crap, this is rough. On the knife edge between soul and reggae, neither of which I'm qualified to sing, but part of my ongoing project to write songs people actually want to listen to. [more inside]
last song - a loud cry of apathy and alienation from an old fart [more inside]
What happened was this: I discovered an Ableton tutorial about how to create a pretty convincing shitty-old-tape effect, and then I upgraded my phone to iOS 7 and heard the new ringtones (which are actually really nice), and then I started noodling around, and I made a little thing of which I am unreasonably fond.
A pastoral sound, with piano, cello, and English horn.
My Request Raffle entry! Apologies to my requestor for this poor performance of his beautiful tune. [more inside]
just standing on the corner with a sign [more inside]
An interpretation of a song from a quite well-known album by a certain Mr. David Jones. [more inside]
i don't know how to describe this at all [more inside]
Searching for the words: it's the worst. [more inside]
One minute noodle. [more inside]
i got lost, ended up there, and my gps isn't helping [more inside]
Based loosely of Queens of the Stone Age's "Suture Up My Future" [more inside]
We bring you an extremely ambient take on the Radiohead classic to finish the album.
Fair warning: you...might not sleep tonight if you listen with headphones or good speakers/monitors (which, of course, is best). [more inside]
another damn day, another damn dollar [more inside]
another day another dollar [more inside]
An electronica track (possibly describable as “techno”) I created in one day for the 20th Project
. It starts with a kick/hi-hat (and later a snare) as well as synth bass and lead lines; the track itself is in 7/4 time. [more inside]
it was a strange time, wasn't it? [more inside]
William is 4 years old and a big fan of synthy dance-pop. His parents are so cool that they commissioned a song for his birthday today! Happy birthday William! Let's count to 4! [more inside]
Made with luv using hydrogen, ardour, audacity, a novation xiosynth, amsynth, and LINUX!
so - how DID they get that piano into the trailer? [more inside]
Another piece written as an homage to Satie. [more inside]
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