From the Gospel According to Britney
What She Sees
Soooo, after the positive response to my Listen to Your Heart cover, I thought I'd post up the sequel I recently created. Complete with ludicrously exuberant synthesizer solo. Enjoy. This one, too, is a bass-pounding synth-pumping extravaganza. :)
A remix of "Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun" by the Beastie Boys for the January collaboration music challenge, by myself and The World Famous [more inside]
After reading this post, I was reminded of a beat I made 8 or 9 years back that obviously bites Pharcyde's "Drop". So here it is.
MeFi Music could use a little more rap, don't you think? Here's a song from our second album dealing with friends of a new significant other running interference on your blossoming relationship. (I perform the first and third verse.) Lyrics within. [more inside]
Fuller, 4-part, 9 1/2 minute version of a previously posted song, built almost entirely out of samples taken from the Conet Project, a 4 CD set of number station transmissions [more inside]
"For you emcees" It's an electro-kinda riddim with a mellow feel. I'm really pleased with how it turned out.
chill, metropolitan 80s chic. free download on soundcloud.
When Roxette recorded this song in 1988, they commented that they were trying to create that "overblown American FM-rock sound." In 2010, I bring it back to America with the overblown American hip-hop/club sound, complete with ferocious auto-tune lines and an all-stops-pulled, everything-and-the-kitchen-sink-and-808-kick-and-crash beat. I hope you like it!
I'm getting back into my decade-old hip-hop project Cap City Mob, and have learned a few new tricks, as well as improved my lyrics and maybe my skills. Here's a taste of one I did this evening. [The not-so-kid-friendly lyrics inside.] [more inside]
My friends made a rap song...then they asked me to remix it for an album they're releasing soon. Here is the result. It samples the amazing reggae song, Uptown Top Ranking by Althea and Donna.
Fairly heavy, minimalistic, instrumental hip-hop. [more inside]
A nerdcore track I was commissioned last year for someone who wanted me to write and record a track of Nyarlathotep aka The King In Yellow dissing the Dread Cthulhu. This joint does contain bleeped-out curses. [more inside]
For all the hip-hop fans hiding in the tall grass around the perimeter of MeFi Music. [more inside]
A beat I made for someone to rap over, but I don't know any rappers. [more inside]
arabic dubsteppy tune at hip hop tempo with sounds of a tokyo airport [more inside]
A very detailed rap about Gastrointestinal physiology that I wrote and recorded while studying for a GI physiology exam a few months ago. [more inside]
Spacey, instrumental, bongo-heavy breakbeat-driven jam with vintage analogue organ sounds sampled from a Baldwin Funmachine. Picks up where the first half stopped and has more of a prog-hip-hop vibe than the first section. [more inside]
Spacey, instrumental, bongo-heavy breakbeat-driven jam with vintage analogue organ sounds sampled from a Baldwin Funmachine. This part contains an ambient section. Long story detailing the composition of this song inside... [more inside]
My brand new song, just written and recorded on 9/3/09. [more inside]
Rap about my first year of dental school at Temple. [more inside]
Hiphop song about love and hate, soul beat. [more inside]
Existentialist Hip-hop. [more inside]
Living Room Internal Mic Dub Soundsystem! [more inside]
A loud and obnoxious demo [more inside]
The "outro" from the ill-fated "Big in Japan" album [more inside]
Gritty Low-Fi Hip-Hop beat with freestyle. [more inside]
Don't ask, I don't think I ever got an explanation for the title either [more inside]
Looking through the lyrics, I had no idea what we were going to do for this track. Man vs sun, however, knew from the get-go. [more inside]
More experimental/Low-fi hip-hop. When I say low-fi, I mean it this time. [more inside]
A simple beat I made using samples of the kids in my class saying their names. [more inside]
A collaboration between myself and Ottawa-based producer/DJ/bass&keyboard-player/singer/rapper/radio-show-host (did I miss anything?) D-Mass from a few years back arranged and recorded in his old living room. [more inside]
A remix of a song I made that was leagues better than the original. Only 1 element of the original remains. [more inside]
The Number of the Beats give you a taste of what life is like after the show. [more inside]
An instrumental samples/drums/synthemulators beat inspired by (and made over a number of) really damned cold Canadian winter nights*. [more inside]
The proposed and rejected intro for the overdue and never-to-be-finished "Big In Japan" album. [more inside]
A song about having no money and or recording space/equipment, but doing it anyway [more inside]
Number of The Beats debuts on MeFiMu. This track is guaranteed to get your next party busted. [more inside]
An oldish mashup of some dated electro ala Busy P and rhymes by the Beastie Boys. Kept current by the always timeless Donovan.
Some bluesy hiphop/dubstep.
Made with sounds of failing hard drives from this post, a sample of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, the 808 bass drum, and a smattering of club-violence-related acapellas. I also used sounds from software crashes. [more inside]
Because rapping about Easter eggs in browsers, that's normal, right? [more inside]
A currently-instrumental hip hop beat in progress. I've been trying to remix this song for a long time, and this is the best I've managed to come up with so far. [more inside]
With piano ivories, shimmering vocals and far too much sincerity, I have transmographied the Beastie Boys' energetic party-chant into a mostly miserable, quasi-beautiful, semi-epic, completely human piano ballad. [more inside]
Crunk/Southern Club style head banging high energy hip hop track. All vocals by my normal collaberator, Juicy Karkass, and his buddy Savior of Animal Farm [more inside]
Playful hip hop song about a typical summer night in Portland with me and my friends. Beats by me (kapn.fülz), mic work by myself and partner on all my rap tracks, Juicy Karkass. [more inside]
This is my entry for the spy music Mefi Monthly Music Challenge. The track is about an isolated Chinese secret agent in Canberra, falling in love with the disembodied voice that reads out numbers to him from China. I'm not that happy with the title. [more inside]