A piece I wrote and recorded with a friend as part of an instrumental post-rock project.
One real tambourine, and a pile of virtual organs [more inside]
Some more Philip Glass-inspired electronica while waiting for the RPM Challenge to start.
And now for something completely different... this is a somewhat experimental instrumental track featuring pulsing soft noise, soft organs and a distorted xylophone, fake sitar, and off-key distant "singing."
A short Arabic-influenced tune, played on a jazz organ. (OK, it's actually a synthesizer, but one can dream, no?)
I realized yesterday it'd been a while since I'd posted anything, so I dug through the Garage Band archives last night, and found this ditty I tossed together a couple years ago. I got the original groove by taking a pre-fab midi drum track, and assigning the notes to a clavinet patch, and it grew from there. It started out cheesy, so I gave in to the cheese, and threw in some lounge organ. All the percussion is GB midi crap, but that's me on the bass, the piano and the Hammond Organism. (Warning: IANAHOP) The vibe kinda suggested the title. Grab your smoking jackets, ladies and gents!