Another song from my forthcoming supernaturally themed novelty garage rock album "Don't Go In The Garage," released under the named Dr. Mysterian.
song 3 - this is a little slice of the late 70s
The title track to my forthcoming supernaturally themed novelty garage rock album, which will be released under the name Dr. Mysterian.
A song about the Gulf oil spill, from my band Red On Strike. [more inside]
song 2 of 7 - pretty much just a straight rock tune
Another revised song, once again for my next album, "Don't Go In The Garage," to be released under the name Dr. Mysterian. This is a New Orleans party song about an especially potent drink.
song 1 of 7 from my new rpm album, wanderer - how i ever got this done working 60 - 70 hour weeks is beyond me
A song from my forthcoming album of supernaturally themed novelty music, "Don't Go In The Garage," to be released under the name Dr. Mysterian. [more inside]
Dedicated to a former employer who gave me PTSD. [more inside]
A song about our favourite morally dodgy chemistry teacher [more inside]
My 80's punk/funk/grunge 3-piece, The Whores. Recorded in 1986, I think. [more inside]
A song about generalized obliviousness and taking appendages for granted. [more inside]
A Ramones cover, from their last album Adios Amigos.
The second song from our first self-recording session. This one rides on a solid bassline, and has a big chorus and a powerful ending.
The band has decided to dive into recording ourselves instead of going to a studio, and this is the first result of that effort. I'd appreciate any suggestions you have on making it better. [more inside]
Part 3 of a live 27 minute improv. This is the final 12 minutes. [more inside]
A rocker about the titular subject. Possibly related to OWS, though definitely related to Star Wars by way of musical pun.
upbeat indie pop song for when the days begin to blend together. Submitted for the MMM Challenge, as I've had a demo of this forever without ever really finishing the song. It needs a better title. [more inside]
The first of the album in a month efforts. [more inside]
Minutes 6 thru 15 of a 27-minute improv, in which Fred Surprises Dennis and I by singing the melody to Within You, Without You, by The Beatles, followed by a musical conversation. [more inside]
A punk rock song by my new band Riot Dog, in support of the 99 Percent throughout the nation - the employed and the unemployed, those taking to the streets and those just struggling to get by day to day. Video here.
An annoying little new wave ditty [more inside]
A little tune about some teenage girls I know who could easily kick my ass. I've been working on a session of drum tracks I had my brother do before going into the peace corp for two years, and this is the first song nearing completion. Still getting used to working with real drum tracks. Any pointers and criticism would be great! [more inside]
The third song from my forthcoming solo album "This Is Hollywood," detailing a rather common theme in pop music: male prostitution along Santa Monica Blvd. in the early 90s.
A one day recording by The Dan Germans. It's about living in a foreclosed home. Crack a can of cheap beer and enjoy.
The title sound from my forthcoming solo album, "This Is Hollywood," detailing three years on the fringes of Tinsel Town leading up to LA Riots.
I was recently reminded of good times on the Cape. Thought they deserved some hard rock. [more inside]
song 1 of 8 of the new vampire deer album, summer
The Zone was a band I was in for a couple of years in the early 80's. This was for an album originally pressed to vinyl, and just recently re-mastered out at Cedar Creek Studios where it was recorded, by Fred Remmert. I didn't write this song, but we all collaborated on arrangements. Written by my good friend Fred Mitchim. [more inside]
Here is a song I recorded on a BOSS 16 track. Acoustic Guitar, Fender MusicMaster Bass and Farfisa Console organ. Recorded using a Rode NK2 Large Diaphragm Condenser mic. [more inside]
Here's a bouncy, upstroke-based song by my rock band, multitracked to include as many instruments as we could get our hands on. [more inside]
Snazzy tune by my buddy Pat with a baddass, rocket-ship-style ending. Looking for feedback on the mix, as I'm using a new DAW. Thanks. [more inside]
Recorded live in 2004 by my high school garage band (though we were in my living room [better acoustics] for this take). I'm on the drums. Sound quality is courtesy of my drum teacher and his equipment. Instrumental. (Hear that pause during the chorus? Yeah, MY IDEA). (Download for best quality) [more inside]
A riffy instrumental I recorded a long time ago on a cassette 4-track.
A little riff-based instrumental rock track that I've had kicking around. [more inside]
An incomplete mix of a song I'm working on about a bear who joined the Polish Army (the subject should sound familiar). [more inside]
A little pop/rock instrumental. I'll probably get around to doing a version with vocals someday.
The lead track from my old band Raftus's only EP
An attempted Hendrix-style wedding song for a friend. [more inside]
A 2011 track from The Sweetheart Contract's new album, Murderize. [more inside]
James Tiberius Kirk takes it to the edge [more inside]
Pretty straight-up cover of the Zep song. Live rehearsal recording. [more inside]
This is the song I wanted to have compared to the song I uploaded previously. Please see last post.
My best effort to turn a Neil Young song I've always disliked into a big blustery rock thing. [more inside]
So a good long while back I posted an early demo version of this song. This, right here, is the final finished product that is on the EP. [more inside]
Short little thing, decent guitars and frustrating digital drums. [more inside]
Normal For Once work-in-progress mix [more inside]
Sometimes you need to do the wrong thing. This is the first track from the PRISONERS album THIS IS ALL OF THE TIME. We recorded it at the Hive in Vancouver in January. [more inside]
Bonus Features: White guy rapping. Cowbell. Hard rocking segment. [more inside]