This song highlights one of the possible dangers of crashing one's ship on a planet inhabited by a totally alien species. I recorded this a few years ago, deciding only recently to mix it down. It features a reklus-modified Korg DDD-1.
It's They Might Be Giant's Hot Cha for the MetaFilter Flood cover album. And, yes, it goes a bit strange at times.
This was my submission to a project in which various artists covered songs from Nine Inch Nails' Pretty Hate Machine using at least one circuit bent or modified instrument (Soundcloud link). This one uses a reklus-modified Korg DDD1 and Monotribe (along with a sweet ring modulator he built).
This is the last track thegreatbigmulp and I did for the February "make an album in a month" challenge. [more inside]
Spam vocals and bent toys. [more inside]
Very pleased with the cheesy riffs in this. [more inside]
A spooky circuitbent electronic drone for Halloween. oooOOooOo
Loud and thumpy circuit bent toys. [more inside]
Another slow one.
It does not always have to be fast.
Barking, sirens, and speeding cars.
Circuitbent sounds with more rhythm and structure than your usual bent glitch drone. [more inside]
Turntable toy added to circuit bent toys. [more inside]
Back from the dead! Original description: A quick-and-dirty first attempt at combining circuit bent instruments with acoustic guitar. I know some people frown at the idea of forcing bent instruments into measure and meter but there's a 24% chance that those people are no fun. Did it work? I dig it. Any suggestions?