A song off our latest EP "Degentrification." Three piece garage/skate punk stuff out of San Francisco.
A song off our current EP. Three piece garage punk stuff out of San Francisco.
Rough mix of a track from our upcoming EP. Three-piece garage punk stuff out of San Francisco.
Another song from my forthcoming collection of supernaturally themed novelty garage band song, called "Don't Go In The Garage" and credited to Dr. Mysterian.
Another song from my forthcoming supernaturally themed novelty garage rock album "Don't Go In The Garage," released under the named Dr. Mysterian.
The title track to my forthcoming supernaturally themed novelty garage rock album, which will be released under the name Dr. Mysterian.
A song from my forthcoming album of supernaturally themed novelty music, "Don't Go In The Garage," to be released under the name Dr. Mysterian. [more inside]
Here is a song I recorded on a BOSS 16 track. Acoustic Guitar, Fender MusicMaster Bass and Farfisa Console organ. Recorded using a Rode NK2 Large Diaphragm Condenser mic. [more inside]
Song about the Oregon Trail 'pooter game [more inside]
The horns in this bouncy lo-fi surf-garage number? Synthesized. But the off-key backup vocals? They're real.
A song about Sex. This is the last of three songs from my short-lived band Hurlo Thrumbo. Recorded in 1990. I wrote the music and played bass, and the singer wrote the melody and words. Rescued from cassette. [more inside]
My take on mid-60s frat rock. [more inside]
My band MYELIN SHEATHS has a LP coming out, and this is the first song on the record! ROCK! [more inside]
A few days back I posted The Ballad Of ZZzzzzzz. I like the tune but the poem-come-lyric is.........a bit crap. So I've written a fresh lyric and played it for laughs. I mean, the lyric might still be crap but at least it's my crap... The Large Hadron Collider gets a mention towards the end - a first? [more inside]
A rehearsal demo for my Irish-American garage band, The Peter O'Tooles; revised from an earlier version. [more inside]
Another rehearsal demo for my Irish-American band, the Peter O'Tooles. This one is a bit naughty. Apologies to anybody actually from Bangor. [more inside]
A practice demo of a song arranged for my Irish-American band, The Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
The demo of a reworked version of an older song, arranged for my Irish-American band, The Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
Another cut from the Quick and Dirty submitted for some feedback, particularly in terms of the mix.
With a ukulele, some whistling, and several Garage Band 09 filters, you can make something that sounds like a transmission from Venus. [more inside]
MeFi, meet The Quick and Dirty [more inside]
The first song from my new collection of supernaturally themed novelty garage rock by my multiply pierced and tattooed sailor puppet, Sailor Martin; the collection of songs will also, eventually, be called Don't Go in the Garage. [more inside]
A raucous garage-band blues number, featuring ukulele, tambourine, and harmonica. Entry number 9 into the RPM challenge is a song about a mean woman. [more inside]
I haven't made anything in awhile; I guess I just used up all my stored inspiration. [more inside]
An old piece of mine, complete with wanky piano and strings. It's sort of embarassing, but the tune is nice.
An experiment in using soft damped x-y controllers to adjust the timbre of instruments.
mixed live in one take. going for sort of a "legion of green men" thing here. i have no idea what time signature this song is in.
Hay guys, look, I made a real song for once! It's pretty good too. [more inside]
Yes, this is an Econoline Crush cover. Yes, it is SUPER CHEESY. [more inside]
My homage to Rez.
An older song, back from when I thought I could make house music. Warning: starts out quiet, then gets thumpin' loud. Turn up/down as preference dictates.
An online collaboration between myself and a mate who lives in California, and goes by the name DJ Hi-Speed. [more inside]
A song I produced with a much older version of FLStudio. Sudden stops and changes of timbre abound.
Made with samples from this video.
This is what happens when I try and make happy music. Too many notes!
Plays round-the-clock in Satan's dance club. [more inside]
A little ditty from back in the day that's become popular on last.fm.
Another experiment in using FLStudio to create music live. Weird time signatures abound! [more inside]
I may be a bit late for Talk Like a Pirate day, but I was out a sailin' the seas and a drinkin' rum. A techno-pirate bagpipe-guitar chanty for ye. [more inside]
A live mix I did for an impromptu basement rave in my house. A little rough, but came together nicely for something so spontaneous. Also, wendells. [more inside]
As promised, music from a non-existent top-down space shooter. Instead of the lack of percussion, imagine a chorus of pixellated missile explosions.
Yes, that one, by Alanis Morisette. I had a more airy, spacey take on it. [more inside]
A brief description of the song.
I found an entry-level Yamaha synth in my friend's basement. The dials were stuck on 80's. [more inside]
A tribute to all those other big psychedelic trance guys who consume vast, impressive quantities of mind-altering drugs and yet manage live through it, sanity intact, to relate their experiences through their music.
A brief excursion into the world of Drum'n'Bass. I'd like to travel there again sometime.
A little raunchier than usual, but I like how it came together. Mixes well with alcohol.
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