Background hum that becomes a melodious, multi-layered trip [more inside]
Minimalist square ambient paste. [more inside]
Sad nintendo music for a sad nintendo boy. [more inside]
Arrhythmic techno with some thumb piano.
An abstract electronic piece; some of the piano riffs later through the song sound like they're being pushed too fast, which led me to the title. [more inside]
Music for a video game I'm (slowly but surely) writing - an underground labyrinth of hourglasses, pendulums, and time-based puzzles. [more inside]
A very dumb cover of Tonight You Belong To Me, written by Lee David, 1926.
A brief petrological survey.
Song from long ago about infatuation; remixed, remastered. Gratuitous orchestra hits at the end provided free of charge. [more inside]
I wonder if you would enjoy a post-rave speaker-thrashing jazzy progressive grime cover of Wanna Be Starting Something, by M. Jackson. [more inside]
Relax. Procrastinate. It's okay. [more inside]
Everyone around me is sick, although this song isn't really about that. [more inside]
Artificial but pleasant. A bit long.
I told myself I couldn't sleep until I created and uploaded this. Here is an abstract audio interpretation of my vague, apathetic feelings towards the current political regime. Listen to the end & Look for more to come.
About five years ago (when I was 13 and pre-pubescent) I recorded a little ditty. Now, five years later, my mate has remixed it and I love the result!
Electronic, moody little piece, not really house, not really downbeat, but with a little of both.
Electronic Instrumental. Unfinished.
All of the fascinating, clever, brave and beautiful people you almost met, but didn't.
A song by my 16 year old brother.
Like a lot of people, I suppose, the first thing I did when I opened up Garageband for the first time was to throw together some loops. This was the result... obviously has too many ideas for its own good, but a certain Propellorheady charm about 1'15" in... (oh and sorry about the silence at the beginning too)
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