Trying out a new piece of gear, the Roland AD-10 which I used on the acoustic guitar and double bass [more inside]
Arps: Roland SC-88 Chords: Roland JX-8P Drums: Korg S3 Bass: Korg Monologue
been listening to lots of Sun-El Musician and wanted to do some marimba loops
Downtempo electronic patterns [more inside]
130 stories high (remix)
another from the breakbeat archives [more inside]
On a Night Like This
Got inspired by hearing the Los Lobos cover of the song on KUVO and liked it so much I cut a demo. [more inside]
What is the Precise Nature of the Catastrophe?
No guitars. Clumsy and doomy EDM. [more inside]
Oscilliations in the hour of chaos
A melancholy electronic song made under the name "Alone on the Ice"
a demo synth loop with some manual tom fills in stereo
Mystery under the slide
Mmm the smell of a warm plastic tube slide. I loved it under there. [more inside]
Grow Together with the Miasma
Piece composed with a genetic algorithm for this Junto challenge about evolution. [more inside]
homage to the mega drive/genesis game [more inside]
Wrote this for a competition in January. Sort of... [more inside]
ambient/drone [more inside]
more noughties breakbeat juvenilia [more inside]
Nothing complicated, just synths and echoes [more inside]
A preview of a single we're releasing in a few weeks' time.
you don't like music do you
ambient/drone [more inside]
breakbeat of yore [more inside]
It's an allegro but I don't know what work this particular movement is from.
The Beckoning Light on the Marsh
Dungeon/fantasy/forest synth again. You shouldn't follow the light! [more inside]
Here is some Sunday comfysynth for you. I imagine it playing in an RPG shop run by a rabbit that cycles through 2-3 bits of dialogue.
The Very Small Starship Rises into the Clear Sky
If you listen closely the five tones from Close Encounters of the Third Kind are almost in there.
the aldous doors
ambient / drone [more inside]
Very pleased with how the key change at 1:30ish, just before the synthflute comes in, worked out
idm, with a nod to mssrs turner and handley [more inside]
Slower, shorter and synthed up version of Cascade
Improvised electric guitar over drum machine
Dear to my Heart
It’s the summer you left home, and you’re thinking about it thirty-ish years later. Thinking of what that summer seemed to promise: a little bit of the shine is still on it, some of it got worn away by vicissitudes and whatnot, and some of it did what it ought to and got used up making a life for yourself.
This is one of my partner's songs, on which I played some of the instruments. It's full of wordplay. She recently uploaded her demo album, Nothing New, to Bandcamp. She's a smart and witty lyricist and a great guitarist (and ukulelist). And she plays reed instruments, which are a complete mystery to me.
brash, downbeat electro. one part melancholy, two parts wibbly wobbly bass
some experimental noodling with virtual drums and discordant synths [more inside]
HONKY-TONK COUNTRY SINGLE “THAT ONE LAST ROSE”
"That One Last Rose" is an original, traditional honky-tonk country song, in the style of Buck Owens, Ray Price, Dwight Yoakam. Playing on it (and on the album it comes from, Last Rose) are some incredible, truly legendary musicians. Byron Berline, Dan Dugmore, and, on other songs on the album, Jason Carter, and Kristin Scott Benson. See my website for more information. [more inside]
Split the Daylight
I get no sunlight at all in the winter, at my job, so the day when 5pm includes ANY sunlight at all is a big day for me.
Terrible Realization Music for an Imaginary, Low-Budge
The usual. Perhaps slightly more menacing.
short/minimal arrangement of a handful of acoustic samples [more inside]
fairly-intense breakbeaty darkish post-rave mooch made in Reason 2.0 [more inside]
lowfi dubby/dnb experiment
aerosmith black rhum baba
more scattershot electro. a deliberate "track 1". [more inside]