Pensive piano interspersed with electronic outbursts and a broad, burbling middle section. [more inside]
C/2012 S1 (ISON) is a comet headed into the inner solar system for the first time. Coming from trillions of miles away to make a parabolic orbit around the Sun, accelerating to ~500,000mph, it could be the most spectacular in modern history. This song tributes it. It starts off with its dark, lonely, dusty origins, to the chaos of the Sun pulling it in and it raging into the inner solar system (represented by some chaotic American dubstep-styling), to the majestic beauty of the sight of it on Earth (with soaring strings and piano underpinned by the bassline from before but now moving in chords).
In which I go wubwub with the braaaaaaaaamp and the skreeeeeee. (Mind your speakers.)
The title track from an EP I released today on Bandcamp, subtitled "a mini cyberspace adventure". Electronic bass music with a moderate tempo.
Folky electronic music.
Slightly dubstep-inspired, named for the closest star to the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy (S2). The star is a young star and the fastest-moving massive object in the galaxy, and by metaphor, the song expresses the hubris and beauty of youth.
Made between trips to the beach this summer. Another song that looks like it will be making it's way onto my next release. More experimentation with that dubstep feel.
Ambient sample-based electronic music with dubstep beats and a John Tavener clip.
I'm very interested in making new and different sounds. Trying to pull together influences like Reich, Animal Collective, and psychadelic dubstep. [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.
My return to the cumbia-step experimentations. This is crazy, hyper remix of an old cumbia song. [more inside]
A bassy dubstep remix I made of the 80s digital reggae track "Bless the Selector" by Colonel Mite. Give me some feedback... [more inside]
I've been listening to a lot of boogie, funk and electro from the early 80s recently. This is my dubstep homage to those lovely genres. [more inside]
Kraftwerk-esque dubstep. Attempting to balance heaviness, vintageness and spaciness. [more inside]
Some pretty heavy space dubstep that I made for a variety show that happened this past weekend. [more inside]
arabic dubsteppy tune at hip hop tempo with sounds of a tokyo airport [more inside]
Last night's lo-fi dubstep trip-out. [more inside]
The remix I did for the song that changed the way I perceived music, forever. [more inside]
Ethereal dubstep/psychedelic vocoder jam. I think I love this song. [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]
I... don't know what this is.
A bassy electronic song that might or might not be about changing tampons. [more inside]
A dubstep workout on the 808 kit, with liberal usage of videogame samples. [more inside]
Cumbia-step made on Ableton, based on a classic Peruvian cumbia by Hijos del Sol. [more inside]
Cumbia'step made on the gameboy while travelling here in Peru. [more inside]
They say the darkest hour is right before the dawn.
Some classic dubstep with a little funk halfway through. [more inside]
Some Hindustani Dubstep.
Some bluesy hiphop/dubstep.