Recorded in one take using my Korg S3, Arturia KeyStep, Roland JX-8P (bass, via KeyStep), Roland JD-XA (chords), SC-88 (arpeggio) and Korg Monologue (triggering SC-88 using sequencer)
made a loop that was too adult contemporary so I tried to put the ~vibes~ in and here we are [more inside]
A drinking anthem written by a teetotaler for an imaginary girl.. Recorded at home, summer 2022
Bass, programmed drums, keys. [more inside]
Rhythmic, simple, mostly analog [more inside]
Music for taking on a big space thing. [more inside]
Just another love song.. Recorded at home with members of my old shoegazer bandmates because we’ve all gone semi-country in our old age. Me singing and rhythm guitar, Sam on drums and Jack on lead guitar. Written and recorded in a single take on a particularly good day last year.
A little generative ditty with sound samples from a speech by Gov. Frances Sargeant announcing a freeze on freeway construction in Massachusetts. [more inside]
No click track - everything follows the improvised AcGtr
This is my attempt at a pandemic song. I think Americana is the best genre description, though I don't like it for whatever reason. [more inside]
This one's for a good cause, to support efforts to save my favorite St. Louis indie radio station. [more inside]
A song about spooky stuff, ghosts, will-o-the-wisps, wizards, pixies, etc. And a doomed woman who ventures into Wistman's Wood. All the vocals are computer (AI) generated.
from ‘I Was Told There Would Be No Math Rock’
Goldenrod lets pollinators get in a last feast before the first frost. [more inside]
Some sick fucking shit. (Warning: Gets loud.) [more inside]
Cover of the 1979 song by The Roches
Short synth sketch made using a modular I’m slowly assembling from kits. [more inside]
This is my tribute to doing things, Doing Things. Making dinner, taking a walk, looking for objects — you name it!
Mostly 12 string
Weird that we all suddenly passed out here and had the same dream of events in the distant past. [more inside]
Three virtual players, separated enough that it takes seconds for sound to travel to each other, nonetheless try to listen to each other's playing and respond. [more inside]
This one was recorded live with my collaborators at a recent songwriting retreat. [more inside]
Dream noise, made via granular synthesis. [more inside]
a somewhat subdued end to the album - sometimes i think turkey vultures could glide forever
It's a tribute to moving walkways throughout the United States and all over the world.
No one said ascending would be easy. (There's a lot of low humming in this, so it may be hard to hear without headphones or with computer speakers.)
Hi there. I'm a writer/screenwriter. This is the first time I've shared my own music. It's electronic and certainly influenced by the likes of Richard H. Kirk, maybe a little Steven Reich. Samples include some famliar figures, plus Jimmy Swaggart shouting about the end times. Enjoy!
well if cats have catnip ...
no turtles were harmed in the recording of this song as long as you don't ask about 1 - 7
Solo 7-string guitar arrangement of Stromae's mambo/tango/soukous/edm tune Tous les Mêmes
Still lost somewhere in the House of C. [more inside]
from an old pet food commercial
This is a Spanish Flea noise remix I did several years ago. I was inspired to post it by Television Name's banger.
they sure sound cold tonight ...
I went to Bonnaroo and all I got was a sunburn and a demo of this song. [more inside]
it's a terrible existence, with only the stars for your companion
The last – and melodically and harmonically my favorite – song on the All Her Angels EP. Guess the secret lyrics for the (instrumental) chorus! Or invent your own.
A solo 7-string arrangement of one of my favorite Pinback songs [more inside]
Just because the thunder rolls doesn't mean the party has to end. [more inside]