A soundtrack-y, texture-y work-in-progress experiment with generative features in Reason.
Acoustic guitar and voice. Pretty straight as far as my memory of the proper song goes. [more inside]
you won't get this at sbarro's - and they don't take numenorian express - (cue album end)
why do dwarves use axes? what good is an axe in a mine?
thanks to sysinfo for the sudden change of title
this really does sound sad, so i won't make any jokes
My kids have been playing A LOT of OG Zelda. Got rid of this earworm the only way I know how, by leaning in.
drive by the world's biggest oliphant-cart tire past helleville near the dead marshes and onward to where the half-dead attempt to play baseball ...
the in-flight movies and the dinners leave a LOT to be desired
Takin a pass at this classic old time fiddle tune by Garry Harrison! Followed by a little acoustic guitar postlude, and then the neighbourhood cat shows up at the very end.
introducing the new album, "jazz noises from middle earth", which is nothing like bo hansson
This one clatters along at a breakneck pace. Recorded about four years but I just felt the urge to throw a bit more guitar into the mix. Sredni Vashtar is a three piece that gigs occasionally in South London.
This isn't really about anything. It's just a solo improv piano piece called Principals. [more inside]
It's my birthday. I hope you all have at least as good birthdays in the coming years. [more inside]
Song by Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach. Recorded a while back with me on vocals and Bill Shaouy on piano. One of my favorite songs.
Well, it's really not the right time of year for this, but it fits my mood today. [more inside]
An arrangement of Brian Eno's Here Come the Warm Jets for modular synthesizer.
There may be historical inaccuracies. More of the same from a 90s bedroom. [more inside]
One man band home recording from the 90s. [more inside]
A multi-tracked violin sketch/tiny cover of an excellent song by Lil Nas X that I can't get out of my head.
One of the coolest tunes Frank B. Converse ever wrote, from page 105 of his 1886 Analytical Banjo Method. [more inside]
50 years of queer revolution. Capitol Hill in Seattle was alive tonight. This is my love song to all my queer family. Listen in your most private loving spaces. I love you all so much it hurts.
If you like Superchunk and the Ramones and wished they had recorded together.
I thought this MeFi thread on closing credit raps was crying out for a closing credit rap. [more inside]
this is heartfelt shit. It's all I know I dunno. [more inside]
Havin' a play with the gang! [more inside]
one day your children will ask you ... [more inside]
just hope [more inside]
Moody, somewhat retro instrumental for synths and bass. [more inside]
another uplifting song [more inside]
more memories [more inside]
shouldn't have said it in the first place [more inside]
Traditional oldtime tune, played clawhammer style on an 1896 Bay State banjo, recorded into an Audio Technica AT-2035 mic. [more inside]
I was playing guitar on the back porch, when I was almost struck by lightning. [more inside]
they say that can ruin your paint job [more inside]
An electronic stew that bubbles and simmers. Enjoy
this is what happens when you learn french off of beer bottles [more inside]
The source material here is a reel to reel tape from my Uncle in Paradise California recorded in 1971. [more inside]
just memories [more inside]