Sailor Martin, my pierced and tattooed ventriloquist dummy, attempts, and fails at, recording a song for children about pretty birds and fuzzy rabbits. [more inside]
Aggro-industrial stomping, with just a hint of WaxTrax! [more inside]
Trent Reznor, Malcolm X, and George W. Bush meet at last. [more inside]
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]
pioneer to the falls / the days of wine and booze / heavy
Country/jazz. acapella. An open letter to Amy Winehouse. Super Mario Galaxy. [more inside]
The End of the World as We Know it (Freakfolk mix feat. snsranch); remix by ghm. [more inside]
an electro M.I.A. remix. happy new yearr mefi musics L:)
(mashing justice feat. beastie boys)
808/qotsa [more inside]
This is a remix of Coldcut's True Skool featuring Roots Manuva that I did for a remix competition a while ago. [more inside]
Divabat's singing debut [more inside]
Someone had to do it! [more inside]
remixing some acoustic guitar with a breakbeat
Several years ago, a friend loaned me this AV Geeks DVD and recommended that I watch The ABCs of Sex Education for Trainables. I wasted no time in sampling selected bits of the film into a song, and I've dug it up for your NSFW pleasure. [more inside]
a remix of simian mobile disco's tits & acid vs. it's the beat. friday night electro fun.
A remix of this.
About five years ago (when I was 13 and pre-pubescent) I recorded a little ditty. Now, five years later, my mate has remixed it and I love the result!
Here's a track I made a while ago that I recently took a new stab at. It sounds retrodancey because well, that's all I could sound like back in the day.
A parody of A Day in the Life, penned earlier today by the highly overrated gentleman known as It's Raining Florence Henderson in response to disturbing revelations. Apologies to John. Paul can stuff it.
A recording from 2004 of a song from 1998. I really like vocoders: I think that they are very awesome. More inside!
Do you remember Family Matters? This bump is a remix of the theme song! I find it nostalgic. "Daaaaays goooo byyyyy"
This track samples the (totally killer) acoustic riff from Grizzly Bear's "Little Brother". This song started off solely as a hip-hop track, but then I decided to leave in a portion of the original as a hook. The song now sounds like somewhat of a genre fusion... "Folk-Hop" maybe?
I liked cortex's song so much I had my band record a backing track for it.
In which I screw up that which was perfect just the way it was.
This is essentially a remix of The Dark Room. It's robotic, entrancing, and a little creepy if you play it really loud. The only real quality of this track that holds it to the original is our surprise guest named Flute. And maybe a pad or something. I can't really remember.
In 2000, my friends were into the techno track that is featured in the first rave scene in the movie Blade. I was into Bogdan Raczynski. Armed with Goldwave, a Blade OST and 21 lt of Kik Cola, I came up with this for my friends' party. ST-EUSTACHE, REPRESENT.
In which I show blatant disregard for the copyrights of snsranch and nonmyopicdave.
This track is built around a beautiful song from Bob Dylan's Freewheelin' Outtakes bootleg. Enjoy!
Sailor Martin, a tattooed and pierced sailor puppet, sings a song about the joys of silk stockings at sea. Public domain music, "Second Hand Rose," by the Broadway Dance Orchestra. Lyrics and Sailor Martin's singing voice by yours truly.
I, under my other moniker, DJ Die Young, did a remix of one of the best bands on the Guitar Hero 2 roster and Boston's own, Bang Camaro. The track was made by cutting up the full mp3 version of the original track. Hope you like it!
My teenage brother's trance remix of Indian alternative-pop superstar Sheila Chandra's haunting lyrics to "Ever So Lonely Eyes." Done, of course, for fun and without permission and with no rights assumed. Of all his little projects, this is my favorite.
I went looking for some Creative Commons acapellas to muck around with, and this is the result - something a bit trip-hop and soulful, based on this vocal performance from Diane Jessurun. I'm not too unhappy with the result. CC2006.
A remix of PinkStainlessTail's classic holiday anthem Jingle Bell Rock. I had such high hopes for this when I started, intending it to be even more annoying than original, but I kind of lost the will to live partway through doing it. Consider it then to be permanently incomplete.