A minimal dub jam. I put together the rhythm and melody in Nanostudio on my iPad while cruising the South Pacific over Christmas. Added the bass and lead guitar when I got home in Garageband. It makes me happy, mostly. [more inside]
Hard, deep, and funked out. This is the third demo for my RPM challenge. [more inside]
A little deep-glitch piece, getting back into the swing of things. [more inside]
A little adventure into some left-field drum'n'bass. Strangely enough, when this song started out, I intended it to be a little ambient-melodic piece for my four-month old. Pretty early, though, it just screamed out for a beat...
Some deep, plodding minimalist electronica. Another tracking effort. Even so, I don't think I constrained myself enough - I could probably leave some more beats out...
A few years back, I experimented with putting together some electronic dub. I wasn't very good at it - I could never get it quite as mindblowing and deep and luscious as I wanted it to be, probably because I was relying on my own original source material rather than messing with samples. But here's a track anyway. I probably wouldn't call the end result "dub", but it's not bad.