No guitars. Clumsy and doomy EDM. [more inside]
A doomy electronic track. Think John Carpenter and Drive Like Jehu. 5 tracks of the Jupiter-X and a searing guitar. Heading into a weekend of violence on Capitol Hill in Seattle, feeling an impending sense of unease and resigned confirmation of the conflict to come. A diary entry, a stake in the moment of time. Hoping that predictions are wrong, pouring out my stubborn vulnerability that all my fears are for naught.
A noisy version of the piece where every instrument is played through at least two overdrive pedals. [more inside]
New work in progress, aiming for pissed off radical lefty sludge. [more inside]
Cover of a massive doom death beast by Paradise Lost with a Boss HM-2 clone that I built. [more inside]
Mournful sludge/doom/noise rock. This is the first heavy tune I've composed in quite a few years, and I suppose it's my attempt to rationalize the current state of world affairs through a Neurosis-esque filter.
Inspired by this post, I've put together a doom metal-ish arrangement of Badalamenti's piece. [more inside]
An abandoned demo that starts light, gets heavier, and ends slow. [more inside]
Exceptionally resonant bass channel with two layers of percussion on top [more inside]