A bit of a departure. This is a bit of living noodling with a drum machine and a couple of tracks laid down with an OP-1. There's no real tune here, just an atmosphere. Something that's probably impossible to recreate, so enjoy.
Some goofy synthwave that I found lying around the old project bin.
Done on my arpeggiator of choice (Yamaha MO-X6)
Retro, funky, electro
A simple version of a cool, brooding electronic jam. Underlying ambient riff accentuated with minor chord synth jabs alternating in EQ/phaser/flanger/stereo effect layers.
When you conceive of how many tracks go into creating a song and visualize them, row upon row stacked upon one another on the computer screen of the producer's studio, it's mind boggling how it could ever come together in perfect symmetry, especially if the tracks are not laid down at the same time. This is the story of one remix. This is Huge Shark 'Line of Life (Ummagma Remix)'. Trans-continental electro dreamscape. [more inside]
I can't believe you've done this. Electro-dance-pop. [more inside]
Live tune from The Harvey Girls. [more inside]
What might be the outcome of taking a rather dreamy pulse-based trance inducing track, stripping it back, adding an addictive disco electronic undertone and phasing ghost-like vocals here and there (and rather rare)…? Have a listen and then you will know :)
Synthpop, Electronica, Indietronica, Electro bliss by the earful and here for the taking. Although it will be a while until this track will be published on any official release, you might enjoy this sneak preview.
Sometimes the original version of a song can be so cool that you think that any remix might just destroy it… and then someone thrills your tits by creating something new from it that sucks you write in a smooches you from the first note. This is one such rework.
I love it when one talented artist can take the work of another talented artist, creatively metabolize it, and then craft output that is impressive in it's own right. This remix takes a quirky electro approach to Ummagma's track 'Lama'. Hope you enjoy it. [more inside]
This is a song about an artist dying for attention. From the forthcoming album First World Problems by Resistor. [more inside]
This is one Ummagma track that has been totally turned on it's head, taking what was a dreampop folkrock-ish track and utterly transforming it into an whirling electro-dance track with traces of vocals from Shauna McLarnon. [more inside]
This is a brand new track I just finished with Tiger La, an awesome singer from London. Dig it!
It is a experimental electronic rock song. Check it out.
The lovely closing track of OK Computer, re-imagined as some sort of throwback synthpop thing. [more inside]
This is an electro version of the theme song to the children's show "The World of David the Gnome," which aired in the US on Nickelodeon from 1987 to 1995. [more inside]
Chippy aquatic electro-funk. Somewhere between P-Funk and Drexciya. [more inside]
Mostly finished electro/house track that I'm working on, wouldn't mind some feedback...
Marching percussion + dueling synthesizers.
Standard epic/apocalyptic hip-hop end-of-the-world Millimeters of Mercury take on a standard Christmas melody.
Heavily Arabic/Indian influenced hip-hop fusion instrumental. Yeah, that's right. More dominant phrygian.
A theme for that girl who's hot and she knows it. [more inside]
this song was birthed of an experiment to compose a Folk-style song and then doing it electro-style instrumentally and vocally. so the result is a folk-ish drum beat and accompaniment (and chord progression in the chorus) with electronic actual drums, synth bass, electric piano and electro vocals. enjoy, and never love again.
This is the first part of my attempt to do something akin to the work by Gustav Holst. The difference with me is that it's electronic music, and that I'm being more astronomical than mythological. We start with Venus. [more inside]
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. :]
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]
Meat Beat Manifesto-like breaks with cheesy porn samples. May not be safe for work.
"For you emcees" It's an electro-kinda riddim with a mellow feel. I'm really pleased with how it turned out.
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.
What happens when 2 USC chemistry majors collaborate on a song — one of them being an electro artist (me) and the other being pop-punk (him)? This happens. Enjoy. [more inside]
an original song. :) ever had a bad break-up? i have. [warning, there's some explicit language toward the end. okay, there's a lot of explicit language at the end. ;)]
an infectious, pounding cover of the Paul Simon classic.
Produced by Meme By Mai & Kai [more inside]
Wow, yet another electro-acoustic song, this time from Thanks To Science, We've Got Love. [more inside]
This another electro-acoustic tune of mine with distinct hints of Ennio Morricone. [more inside]
This is a kind of electro-acoustic-surf cover of a song that's been covered to death. The version I know was Bobby Vinton's. [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]
This is a quick thing I did on an the Alesis Andromeda I have on lone at the moment. I think it's kinda fun.
A dancey electropop tune that I recorded a long time ago, and have only just gotten around to finishing up. Guest vocals by my friend Alaina, and yours truly on the vocoder. [more inside]
Completely inspired by this AskMe thread from yesterday. All of the sung lyrics are taken from it. It is...well....as dirty a thing as I have ever made. [more inside]
My friends The Shamblers recorded a song called "Count Freaky." I did an electro remix. The goofy "This is a DJ Knox Overstreet Remix" thing in the beginning is self consciously goofy.
I'm learning Python. While working on my first cool lil program (a spiffy random number generator that does ExtraCoolStuff(tm)), I took a break and this came out. I'm also growing a beard. [more inside]
An oldish mashup of some dated electro ala Busy P and rhymes by the Beastie Boys. Kept current by the always timeless Donovan.
Diamonds from tequila. [more inside]
1. of or pertaining to the mind. 2. originating in or apprehended by the reason. The first completed track of a new Lestrade collection called Flights of Theory.
you're just kind of minding your own business, you know, cruising along. you're doing things, but you're not really there. you're just going through the motions, spaced out and numb to the world around you. you are the automaton. [more inside]
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