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]
security guards do very little - and the people i worked with didn't even do that well [more inside]
A small a capella piece as part of a community chorus concert. [more inside]
the mysteries of mrs trump's blog are further looked into [more inside]
A quick little minute-long tune.
title song of psychedelic toxicity - life seems like a bad trip [more inside]
I think I wrote and recorded a Gin Blossoms song? I'm pretty happy with how it came out, but I don't know if I can take any credit. This is just me channeling the 90s. I guess I should ask for advice about how to manage the ceilings when using limiters. (more inside) [more inside]
Just a little song from my weird little indie folk heart. Actually reworking something old and the first thing I've recorded in a while, since I was pretty tired from the whole process of putting out my first EP in January. Also...stuff?...has been happening to my voice because I am trans and recently started testosterone therapy, I really notice the change in how my voice feels and I certainly hope others can hear it too!
Played as prelude to a church service. Recorded on a Tascam DR-05. [more inside]
A Phil Collins cover! [more inside]
My submission for the "A change would do you good" challenge. Cover/translation of La Maman des Poissons by Boby Lapointe. [more inside]
Short, rocking song I wrote about an idiot who's in over his head. It's built around a guitar part that was stuck in my head and a surf drum beat. [more inside]
A poppy, uptempo song about how modern technology abets the struggle with an overwhelming desire not to miss out on being constantly aware of how awful everything is. [more inside]
Midtempo bleeps and squarewave ditty
Post-rock instrumental, guitars, programmed drums, keys and arpeggiator.
this is basically an excuse for a 7 minute guitar solo [more inside]