I always wanted to try writing a song that leaned towards Bhangra. This owes a lot to Surjit Bindrakhia's "Dupatta Tera Sat Rang Da". However, instead of becoming a song about a beloved's beautiful scarf, this came out as an angry screed against politicians of all parties and nations, and maybe filtered through Butthole Surfers or PiL.
The robots are our friends. But the relationship can get a bit monotonous at times. And violent. Get this song at Bandcamp. This is the final entry in a series of tracks that did not make the album. Sign up to find out when the album drops, and stay tuned!
A short, sweet synthpop/r&b jam. I've been listening to Confessions alot lately, and this is sort of my take on the modern r&b genre.
A dancey electropop tune that I recorded a long time ago, and have only just gotten around to finishing up. Guest vocals by my friend Alaina, and yours truly on the vocoder. [more inside]
A song about waiting for your love to return to you, and being afraid of the state she might find you in when she does.
You won't be able to escape this in the clubs this summer. Unless you just stay away, which is what I recommend. [more inside]
A song about how humans fool pests to kill them, from the pest's point of view. Made today in 2 hours. [more inside]
I've been on a roll the last couple days - here's a cute little synthy doo-wop song I just finished! [more inside]
My Talking Heads-y song, with tons of autotune!
A song of great longing (and lots of autotune). [more inside]
The Great Big Mulp came up with this, and I wished I'd thought of it first. Then Cortex mentioned this, and I realized I had thought of that one first -- so I stayed up late tonight to beat him to the punch. [more inside]
My very first MeFiMuCh entry, this one is Halloween themed. It is dark and spookily minimalist electronic pop with ghostly vocals and lyrics about being at the end of the world (via zombie apocalypse) with a loved one and the logistics of love in the time of zombies. Interesting to note, this song was originally written on banjo as a folk song. But when trying to add some electronic elements to it experimenting with the recorded version I decided to make it a straight electronic song. [more inside]