An online collaboration between myself and a mate who lives in California, and goes by the name DJ Hi-Speed. [more inside]
Well, cortex said to upload anything vaguely musical, but since all I have is this, here's what you get! [more inside]
A song about friendship. [more inside]
A slow glide through an industrial wasteland [more inside]
808/qotsa [more inside]
Happy merry bouncy Christmas electronic music thing [more inside]
This should snap you right out of the Christmas spirit.
Upon finding yourself floating pleasantly in a canoe, you are launched into orbit. Alas.
A little synthetic ditty for FAWM'06.
Sunset, wind over water, autumn into winter. [more inside]
A soundtrack for a ride down an alien mine-shaft. [more inside]
A dancey pop kinda thing. I finished all the recording and rough mixes for my next album so I'm starting to enjoy making music again. Also: trying to be less of a perfectionist so I maybe don't go bonkers.
A brief mysterious scene. [more inside]
I was over at 31d1's place; this resulted. This is my first 'beat' in 31d1's parlance.
another one off the bus!
A little improv ambient electronic jam I made last night that was definitely influenced by herbs. [more inside]
A song I produced with a much older version of FLStudio. Sudden stops and changes of timbre abound.
I was asked via MefiMail to repost this because the original was accidentally cut short.
Made with samples from this video.
A bit of electronic whimsy from way, way back. [more inside]
Made with samples from this video.
MUSIC FOR ROBOT
musical sketch [more inside]
last minute submission for the music challenge, 'spooky' retro-electro goodness with christopher walken.
This is what happens when I try and make happy music. Too many notes!
Plays round-the-clock in Satan's dance club. [more inside]
ambient alien drone music [more inside]
My take on mid 70s Michael Stearns from Planetary Unfolding, with a dash of Kubrick ala 2001. It's dark, brooding space music. [more inside]
If only it were true.
How is babby formed? Apparently like this... [more inside]
A little ditty from back in the day that's become popular on last.fm.
robonoisetech, happy canadian thanksgiving!
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]
Another experiment in using FLStudio to create music live. Weird time signatures abound! [more inside]
I finished this with about 5 minutes to spare before turning 30. [more inside]
After reading this Wikipedia entry in songs in unusual time signatures, I decided to try to put together a piece along the same lines. Except all the various rhythm and instrumental parts have different time signatures, including free time. Oh well.
I may be a bit late for Talk Like a Pirate day, but I was out a sailin' the seas and a drinkin' rum. A techno-pirate bagpipe-guitar chanty for ye. [more inside]
A live mix I did for an impromptu basement rave in my house. A little rough, but came together nicely for something so spontaneous. Also, wendells. [more inside]
As promised, music from a non-existent top-down space shooter. Instead of the lack of percussion, imagine a chorus of pixellated missile explosions.
Yes, that one, by Alanis Morisette. I had a more airy, spacey take on it. [more inside]
First track off my ep under the guise of Gnome Gallagher, a failed british dj / garden gnome. [more inside]
A brief description of the song.
I found an entry-level Yamaha synth in my friend's basement. The dials were stuck on 80's. [more inside]
A simple, melancholy electro instrumental that I recorded a couple of years ago. Percussion ideas came from various hip-hop sources; the melody is my own. I use it as background music during a spoken-word segment of my live shows. [more inside]
A tribute to all those other big psychedelic trance guys who consume vast, impressive quantities of mind-altering drugs and yet manage live through it, sanity intact, to relate their experiences through their music.
A brief excursion into the world of Drum'n'Bass. I'd like to travel there again sometime.
No mere mortal can resist \ The evil of the thriller
A fast-paced stomper.
A little raunchier than usual, but I like how it came together. Mixes well with alcohol.
An ambient ditty I made awhile back. Please clear your mind of any dirty thoughts the title may provoke.