Trap downtempo post blues rock. [more inside]
Another track from my RPM Challenge album. Kind of a minor mode blues-rock thing. [more inside]
Pretty straight-up cover of the Zep song. Live rehearsal recording. [more inside]
Another quick composition, in the vein of blues or something. [more inside]
Long time listener, first time caller...err...poster. It's a bluesy sort of number in the religious tradition. The recording was done at home with GarageBand. Comments or suggestions on arrangement, recording technique, instrumentation, whatever, appreciated.
Regarding living among humans. I've finally completed recording, mixing and mastering the first song using my new Logic Express-based studio. How's the mix? Can you hear everything? Does it have too much bass?
A pastoral blues...or something like that. [more inside]
I wanted to do some backwards guitar over a little Bill Laswellish bass and ended up with some sort of half-assed Barney Miller thing. Shit happens, I guess.
Another one from an acoustic-based set recorded some time ago now. A giant cliche in a way, I suppose - but it has a kind of addled charm... [more inside]
Track 1 of our four-track demo EP. I shall be posting more in the future if this gets any kind of reception... [more inside]
song 10 of the rpm album
song 7 of my rpm project - more blues - i have better vacations than this
A raucous garage-band blues number, featuring ukulele, tambourine, and harmonica. Entry number 9 into the RPM challenge is a song about a mean woman. [more inside]
This is a southern rock song about starting over, shedding your skin. It's my favorite song that I have ever recorded, and one of the first ones I ever recorded as well. [more inside]
Blues Lounge Rock - from my band's 2006 demo.
The first track I recorded for my college course (so technically the first track I recorded properly...sort of). The brief was to record a track using layered vocals - 24 vocal tracks in all. I dug out this old song (think I was about 16 or 17 when I wrote it) to do the job.
This is a stereo fold-down mix of a track written for a 5.1 surround sound setup. The idea was to show the evolution of blues/rock music in parallel with the evolution of musical space going from mono to stereo to surround. Still works fairly well in stereo though!
Recorded by a band I was in way back in '97 at the ripe age of 19.