Victoria, BC's inner harbour is the perfect place to go after-hours on a clear night, put on headphones, and dance your face off by the water. Here's a song in honor of silly summer times. [more inside]
Upbeat dancey-trancey music for driving fast and far away (from wherever you want to be far away from). Never mind the meter, you can dance to it!
Ostensibly a mashup or remix of "Rhythm is a Dancer" by Snap! and "Mr. Vain" by Culture Beat, this is really something distinct altogether: sure, it rips off pretty much every hook in each of the two songs, but I did the instrumentation entirely from scratch and the central chorus in this song isn't directly taken from either source song. [more inside]
Short, fun and bouncy, melodic, dancelike-although-odd-metered, all electronic instrumental. Sort of like a lobotomized Dream Theatre interpreted via Kitsune2 would be one way of putting it. [more inside]
My Remix of the Underground by Roland Clark
A quick, funky Vocal House piece I made last year. Brass, bass, and beats, for your dance floor needs.
Doesn't everyone love to cover this song?
Epic dance. Start in a dark place and then hit them with the I-V-vi-IV. Enjoy. [more inside]
"Time for an Island Dance"
Upbeat electronic dancy beat, with a bit of a minor(?) key influence. [more inside]
Time for a bassline
I made this a few years ago, a remix of Hark, the Angels Sing. It's completely cheeseball — but some of my friends actually LIKE it, so I guess maybe it's good?
A grooving house remix I did of my own track from the ultra-upbeat original soundtrack of my latest game project, Mighty Switch Force (3DS eShop). [more inside]
A blues influenced Detroit-style ghettotech jam. [more inside]
this is a tune I wrote over 11 years ago. Ive posted it once as "Marra Wanna be like me" The Version is a rare 4:19 mix. [more inside]
So this months challenge theme was uncool... so i remixed / grungified a song that was played by Funerary Violinists... [more inside]
A little bit of cute electronic hope for everyone today.
I'm—helloo, umm, hello. I'm hello to you, uhh, bonnie. And, uhh. . . Rosie. I'm—I'm happy to you. [more inside]
Cake. Delicious cake. [more inside]
Kate Bush Remix #3. This one by request. [more inside]
Electronic. A bit dancey. An exercise in using an arpeggiator for the bass line and gradual build-up over the course of the track.
A fantasy for synthesizers and percussion. [more inside]
heavy distorted electronic - 4/4 beat, EBM-ish... [more inside]
I've been writing short songs for my friends' birthdays. This is one of them.
A fist-pumping dance track I recorded tonight. Performed live with my Monomachine and Blofeld.
This is a hard dance cover of the theme that plays in the score of Pirates of the Caribbean 2 when the Kraken is nom-noming on the ship. It was fun. Enjoy. :]
You just want an excuse to dance. KOLN • Bandcamp • Lyrics This is the penultimate entry in a series of outtakes that did not make it onto the album "Damn Poets", to be released soon. (It is implied that the tracks on the album are superior to these outtakes. This is true.) If you like my songs, I would very much appreciate if you'd consider leaving your email. You will not be spammed; you will be among the first to find out when Damn Poets drops.
Neon nights, bush league frights [more inside]
Mulp and I tried to do the RPM "Record an album in a month" challenge. We failed. Not because of lack of material. But he got sick, I've got a 2 month old baby. We weren't quite set up for recording at the beginning of the month. We did manage 4 or 5 tracks though. This is one. Nothing but 2 monkeys on a couch, a keyboard and some great pedals for this song.
So, similarly to how Paul Simon used a lot of traditional African melodies/chords/etc., in his Graceland album, I decided to employ a traditional Nigerian folk melody/chord progression for a chorus of a (I think) unique electro pounder. [more inside]
I have tried a couple of tunes in seven but never in five. So here is a new one for the odd-meter enthusiasts.
Meat Beat Manifesto-like breaks with cheesy porn samples. May not be safe for work.
In today's episode the gang visits the Friendship Nebula and learns a valuable lesson about getting along.
As if there is any time that is NOT for dance
Instrumental sort-of-dance track with some electric piano, samples, beats, and synths.
The first track finished in my NaSoAlMo/hometpng efforts. Long live November! [more inside]
A dark electronic instrumental experiment brought to you by the numbers 808 and 909. Not genuinely scary, but maybe fit for the "something for a Halloween party" portion of this month's challenge, assuming it's a dance party. [more inside]
Cruising down the LA river from Griffith Park to East Side while utterly stoned on a sunny afternoon on a low key adventure past huge graffiti, booming lowriders, homeless camps and a surprising amount of nature.
Aka 21 Nugent St., AKA this deadly house in Thunder Bay where we have righteous disco-ball dance parties and bluegrass jams, and where I've been crashing the last few weeks. It's been a treat.
Isn't music the best you guys
Summertime makeout salad with honey-roasted handclaps, balsamic dance vinagrette and a sprinkle of arpeggiator. [more inside]
one more [hilarious, if we do say so ourselves] post before we take a break from posting obsessively. (did i mention we're both gay chemistry majors?) [more inside]
Fun break up song about relationship revenge. As usual, the track is all original with me wearing all the hats. The synths are from my Fantom X, guitar sounds processed through POD Farm 2, and the drums are a combo of Fleetwood Total Drumming onshots and 909 samples in GURU. [more inside]
(to Get What You Want). Another Salvaged From Cassette™ production. Circa 1986. The Beat Meters were my Funky Dance-pop orchestra. [more inside]
Completely fucked dance-noise cover of Olivia Newton-John's "Physical." Sincere apologies to my parents, who were big fans of her when this came out. [more inside]
A fast, peppy, electronic beat that will remind you of the importance of breathing. [more inside]
A rendering of a theme, to start thinking about what it could be in a song. Kind of happy.
If you are wondering if this is a Mario Kart reference the answer is YES IT SURE IS