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.
A song about Los Angeles' notorious weekly sex newspaper. [more inside]
Another track off our country album, "This Is Naughtybilly" -- this time a song about a young woman, a small town, and a hotel on the edge of town.
Another song from our forthcoming album "This is Naughtybilly." This one is just a series of dirty puns about Moorhead, Minnesota. [more inside]
A three-minute story of summer and infatuation, filmed in Super-8.
Astro Zombie's words
, my music, Steven Slater's epic flight-attendant flameout
. [more inside]
A rehearsal demo of a rejiggered older song, meant for my Irish-American garage band, The Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
A whole lot of naughty in two minutes in this practice demo for my Irish-American band, The Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
Experimental Industrial Electro-House with a humble IDM Rock background. [more inside]
A little bit of Jazz topped with a few blues riffs on a funky little plate placed on a table of natural ambiance. [more inside]
A drinking song in waltz time for the Peter O'Tooles, telling a tale of semi-sober pub hookups; loosely borrowed from "Irish Lullabye." [more inside]
Statistically* most kids lose their virginity on prom night, but this is an ode to doing it on graduation night.
*statistic fabricated. [more inside]
My first MeFi Music song.
Under just one minute long. [more inside]
A short, lyrically strange new song partly based on a dream. [more inside]
Several years ago, a friend loaned me this AV Geeks DVD
and recommended that I watch The ABCs of Sex Education for Trainables
. I wasted no time in sampling selected bits of the film into a song, and I've dug it up for your NSFW pleasure. [more inside]
There is a movie called Zoo I read about this morning. It is about men who have sex with horses. I located and downloaded a piece of horse-man pron, sampled the horse's insane whinnying, and the passed it through a compressed filter of a sample of the guitar downstroke from A Flock Of Seagull's I Ran [mashed up] with the keyboard riff from The Killers Somebody Told Me. The result makes for aggressive stadium fodder. It's kind of how I am feeling today. Enjoy on monitor speakers.
Lyrically naughty, musically atmospheric. Features guitars, vocals, brushed drums, African thumb harp, clothes hangers, and a shy half of a fake symphony orchestra.