Mine is the last voice you will ever hear.
This collage, like this one, this one and this older one, has been mostly done through the use of a looping device and a guitar. And some ambient sounds too. Last part designed to propitiate meditation.
Revisiting a form we haven't attempted in a few months: ambient.
Languid and lingual. [more inside]
A song mostly written on a Friday. [more inside]
A curious alien has snatched one of our spacecraft from orbit and sent back a very strange signal...
A birthday present for my girlfriend a year or two ago. [more inside]
High dynamic range and distortion wrapped in a a heartbeat-like 73 BPM.
Taken from Stephen King's short story collection, Skeleton Crew.
Something a spacecraft might hear on the edge of the solar system
A mellow, trippy piece with a discordant edge. File under "dark ambient for stoners."
I'm busy piecing together an EP, and I want the opening track to give the impression of cacophonous serenity. I just patched this together, but hoping to get feedback on where it takes your mind...
2 minutes and 30 seconds of crap
In the soundtrack to my life, this song is the last two days. [more inside]
A dark, drone/noise piece that develops slowly
A relaxing drone; noise waveforms are dominant again
Extra dark and ominous; uses mostly noise waveforms instead of sine waves
Sketch for a song from a guitar oriented ambient project I'm working on [more inside]
This ear-piercing ambient piece was made in 2003, part of a release called Ultraviolet. I was listening to a lot of Terre Thaemlitz at the time, particularly Soil.
I put this ambient track together back in 2003 during one of many sleepless nights, as part of a larger release called Threads. After listening to it again, I liked its hypnotic lull enough to want to share it here, and I hope it rewards your patience.
A simple ambient pop song I wrote and recorded today with my organ, Macbook Mic, and some instruments lying around the house.
Dark and moody. Lots of reverb. This is my fourth generative piece.
In the desert, turn toward emptiness; fleeing the self.
Thine age asks ease, and since thy duties be To warm the world, that's done in warming us. Shine here to us, and thou art everywhere; This bed thy centre is, these walls, thy sphere.
I'm back from South America for a little bit, so I have an urge to play with my electronic toys. [more inside]
Electro-acoustic piece with piano, guitar and synths that started out as an idea to write a "palindromic" song. [more inside]
A song dedicated to my girlfriend for how cave-y she made her room. [more inside]
Another dark ambient piece; more fun than a farmhouse under seige
A few minutes of crazy space noise and strange particle interactions. [more inside]
A quiet, haunting track with drones, chimes, and muted bass beats [more inside]
Background hum that becomes a melodious, multi-layered trip [more inside]
What happens when I get bored at home on Thanksgiving weekend.
Endcaps of warbling drone punctuated by bass stabs, and a middle section of high rhythmic complexity [more inside]
Ambient music made with a guitar. More.
Relaxing ambient piece. I continue to love using the automation controls in Ableton Live.
An ambient noise / drone piece with a dark mood.
Perhaps my most "complete" song yet. A five-minute ambient / glitch backbeat punctuated by percussion.
Short loopy ambient motif with some white noise. [more inside]
More ambient / noise / drone stuff. [more inside]
Minimalist square ambient paste. [more inside]
Just a sketch/idea of a song. Doubt I'll do anything with this, but it seemed a shame to toss it. [more inside]
My second song ever, made in Ableton Live. I figured out how to use the automation controls for better fades in/fades out, and I think it has a cleaner sound overall than my first one. Comments welcome.
My first song; made in Ableton Live 7 LE. It's a drone/ambient noise piece. Comments welcome, but please be gentle. (Warning: high dynamic range, starts out quiet, but gets loud.) [more inside]
A little piece I made for a friend who was having trouble sleeping.
You might remember me from Kristy London and the Other Halves. This is my new project Ran/Run. A blend of electronics, atmospherics and melody.
This comes from the archives (dating back to 1999 or thereabouts), the heavily edited highlights of a long and extremely abstract jam. I produced it and I'm pretty sure I blew into some kind of flute like instrument at some point or other. Apparently there's versions of it floating around out there credited to both LSD49 and Slow Fallout.
Chiptune melodies falling into a mess of ambience, noise and everything in between. [more inside]
An old lo-fi loopy ambient motif.
Looping noisy piano.
A laid back, semi-ambient number. Been told it's great for rainy days. I'd love to know what you think.