Patterns playing across each other. Introspection sliding into dreamy psychosis, never quite waking.
Electronica version. [more inside]
L5 crash and burn [more inside]
Song made using the vocals from It's a Fine Day. [more inside]
Trent Reznor, Malcolm X, and George W. Bush meet at last. [more inside]
A Nina Simone Remix [more inside]
A slow drift through a procedural forrest.
My second adventure in electronic music [more inside]
Track 10 of 10 from my RPM entry. The vocal melody during the verse-ish bits is maybe a little too simple, but the whole song for me is kinda justified by the breakdown, which is the best I think I've ever gotten my voice to sound when recorded.
A brief petrological survey.
A spazzy, ambient Gameboy tribute to Asia [the band?] and Leon Thomas. [more inside]
One of my two favorites from my RPM entry. I didn't have time to get a good vocal take, so it's a first take. It's not that weak though (the effects I would've put on it regardless). [more inside]
A real song! I kind of like the way it floats on before that ... off, bottom-of-the-well creepy harmony thing at the end. I dunno. 8 of 10 from my RPM entry.
In which I do a bad Liars impression. 7 of 10 from my RPM entry.
Hay guys, look, I made a real song for once! It's pretty good too. [more inside]
Track 6 of 10 from my RPM08 entry. I think of all the underdeveloped tracks, this one's my favorite. A bit more time/work and it could be quite the heavy hitter.
Yet another track from my RPM challenge entry (5 of 10, as a matter of fact). Named rather literally, as this song isn't terribly developed and was kept around simply because it filled up some space.
As much of an experiment in Wacky Vocal Effects as it is a proper song, from my point of view. I like the end bit with the keyboard part and the strange cycling. I'm surprised at how many people I've shown my RPM challenge entry to really like this one (It's one of the underdeveloped ones, as far as I'm concerned).
A Gameboy tribute to Charlottesville. [more inside]
Third track from RPM08 thing.
An instrumental composed in an electronic music suite. And I barely knew what the fuck I was doing. [more inside]
Yes, this is an Econoline Crush cover. Yes, it is SUPER CHEESY. [more inside]
Second track from my RPM08 entry, and the first proper song. I find it kind of humorous and rather like the beat (and some, but not all of the heavy vocal processing). I couldn't quite get the chorus right but the creepy-processed-whisper-thing is a not-so-bad substitute. [more inside]
The first track from my entry for RPM08. Not much to say about it. Just a little 90-second mood-setter type thing.
A twin-size 2-dimensional array of sound. For you.
A Gameboy tribute to London [more inside]
enjoy! [more inside]
update on an ongoing project of sonic aggregation [more inside]
Some light-stepping chilled out beats, inspired by the Portishead mix linked by isopraxis, and sampling a bar or two of Holst's "Jupiter".
I got a copy of FL Studio and decided to try my hand at electronic music. Come out sounding more like an SNES soundtrack. [more inside]
My homage to Rez.
A bit of lurking darkness to brighten your horrible day. [more inside]
This song is from the band I have been with for the longest, LOX-P, and was recorded at the same studio and under the same conditions as the last song I posted, War Waltz. On this recording I am the bass player, however I wrote the guitar line as well. Hope y'all like it. [more inside]
An older song, back from when I thought I could make house music. Warning: starts out quiet, then gets thumpin' loud. Turn up/down as preference dictates.
an eclectic downtempo glitchy track of mine from 2006. some interesting live drumming incorporated then destroyed accordingly. comments welcome! [more inside]
My music production skills really decline when I throw shrooms into the mix... but oh god, the IDEAS
I needed to actually finish something, and finish it quickly, or risk my sanity. This is how I spent last night (and an hour or so tonight doing a final mixing pass). [more inside]
Merrily we roll along [more inside]
First song off of the new People Will Blink record. This song was written about 3 years ago and went through many transformations before it began to sound... well... listenable. When we played this song live, Azeem used a vocoder during the bridge. He forgot it in California when we recorded, so we used a clarinet, melodica, and recorder in it's place. [more inside]
Adrift in the ocean slowly sinking
Screwing around with some theories on how 5 and boompsh might fit together. After all, with the recession and inflation, Bernanke hopes to make 5 the new 4. [more inside]
Another soundtrack for a weird dream. [more inside]
I met a guy who claimed he was a soldier from the future, here to save humanity. I wrote a song about him. It has been described as "derivative and campy" which may well be true. It's also up on YouTube. with pictures. [more inside]
Years ago, I had a Peter Lamborn Wilson CD, too much time on my hand, and an affinity for bad puns.
shits'n'giggles [more inside]
Riding at night with your eyes closed. [more inside]
Song from long ago about infatuation; remixed, remastered. Gratuitous orchestra hits at the end provided free of charge. [more inside]
More inexcusable noodling, only slightly funkier. [more inside]
Ambient minimalist fake-analog Tha-ish wallpaper, 107 BPM's. [more inside]