From the LP 'Epic' (2008)
My wife Nadine decided to do a little reorganizing in the kitchen a week or so ago. I pitched in, but set up my handy little Tascam DR-05 to record the resulting racket... [more inside]
Daft Dub [more inside]
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]
Deconstruction and rebuild of office house dub 3.3.3 aiming for an inspiration somewhere between Boards of Canada, Nurse with Wound, Aphex Twin and proto-punk Nico/Velvet Underground. This is intentionally very experimental, abstract, noisy, tweaky, melodic and glitchy. [more inside]
Chill experimental NASA and vintage 70s porn dub. (Safe for work.) [more inside]
Not my favourite Radiohead tune, I'll tell you that much. [more inside]
A dark and nasty dub-influenced track I threw together today
Dub synth techno. [more inside]
Produced by Meme By Mai & Kai [more inside]
My friends made a rap song...then they asked me to remix it for an album they're releasing soon. Here is the result. It samples the amazing reggae song, Uptown Top Ranking by Althea and Donna.
A bassy dubstep remix I made of the 80s digital reggae track "Bless the Selector" by Colonel Mite. Give me some feedback... [more inside]
Last night's lo-fi dubstep trip-out. [more inside]
A song I made for an animated movie that might exist about people that are addicted to stars. [more inside]
An electronic dance song I made the other day, but now with more of the flavor of today. [more inside]
A dubstep/reggaeton remix of the GS Boyz crappy single, Booty Dew. I decided to make it sound good. [more inside]
Since everyone seems to be making dub lately, I thought I'd throw one into the pile. Sweet for the summer heat. [more inside]
A spaced out dub remix of OJ Da Juiceman. Features some cocaine rap so it is not for fragile ears. [more inside]
Living Room Internal Mic Dub Soundsystem! [more inside]
A nice summertime dub-reggae-esque jam featuring samples of Mungo Jerry and squealing synths. [more inside]
A bassy electronic song that might or might not be about changing tampons. [more inside]
One of the earliest songs I've ever made (one of the only I could find) remade with slightly better skills and slightly cheaper equipment. File under easy listening holographic lounge soundtrack. [more inside]
I'm back from South America for a little bit, so I have an urge to play with my electronic toys. [more inside]
Some classic dubstep with a little funk halfway through. [more inside]
Dub/Reggae/Ska Sadness. [more inside]
Long dub song for those spring nights. Place song in background. And enjoy.
Acid-ambient space dub loops. This is a live jam I did with a friend while visiting him in Seattle. The rig was comprised of me playing small and very slow beat loops in Traktor at BPMs relationally fractional to a master tempo of 110 BPM, while my friend looped samples in Live, both from prerecorded and live samples from mixboard outputs and sends. There is a Macbook microphone involved in the sampling of the room and as a feedback and reverb source. There is no shared MIDI clock in use - all tempo/pitch control is manual, and listen for long beat-count tempo-drifts of loop components, which are manipulated and intentional. The majority of this dub takes place as variations of two beats in one "measure", sometimes four but never more. This cut of the track is the last ten minutes of approximately one hour of play and loop building. It is pre-release version intended for derivitive works, remixes and redubs. (If you wish to remix, sample, splice, loop, fuck, deconstruct or otherwise destroy this track, I would vastly prefer that you please contact me via the email in my profile for the uncompressed and unprocessed file and the full Creative Commons license. Please do not use this low-bitrate file.)
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.
Whirly, hurly and rub-a-dub-dub.
strange reggae dub song i wrote ... i have no idea what it means ... song 4 of 12
It's not strictly a 3/4 waltz, but its steel drums help it sweep gracefully across the floor...