#newwave is the only #truwave [more inside]
This isn't the best quality demo, but this is our dancy, live crowd-pleaser
My attempt at a modern new wave instrumental, and a new way of recording with Ableton. [more inside]
A song about Los Angeles' notorious weekly sex newspaper. [more inside]
An annoying little new wave ditty [more inside]
The title sound from my forthcoming solo album, "This Is Hollywood," detailing three years on the fringes of Tinsel Town leading up to LA Riots.
A rough version of the first song from my forthcoming solo album, "This Is Hollywood." [more inside]
A very short new wave song by The Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
Get your tongue off my face. [more inside]
This is as personal as I get when not improvising. [more inside]
Screw the new stuff. I'm loading up my iPod with punk rock. [more inside]
I wrote this song around 1992 or 1993, wanting it to be a guitar song even though I hadn't really picked up the instrument. I re-recorded it recently, using a lot of the original arrangement from my cassette demo, and it's not working for me. So I'd like some feedback. [more inside]
I think I was chanelling Peter Schilling's "Major Tom" when I wrote the music. I know I was under the influence of Brian Greene's The Elegant Universe when I wrote the lyrics. [more inside]
A new wave song vaguely in the style of Blondie, with a masturbatory guitar solo at the end to drive the point home. [more inside]
Another Square Waves song for your enjoyment. The plan is to put this song (and the other one I posted last week) out on a 7" (double A side).
Another jangly new-wavey track from The Ghost of Mankind. Same session as the last one.
Off my band's demo.
A song based off of the greatest statements ever made by one Matthew Lavallee, circa 1988. He was a pudgy preteen, introducing himself to one of my friends for the first time. He extended his hand for a shake, and uttered the titular line.