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]
My first remix [more inside]
and you're invited! [more inside]
Another demo for our album that is in production. Sung by my friend and drummer Neil who has recently found his voice. A song of regret and the often crushing weight of unconditional love. [more inside]
Wank wank wank wank wank. [more inside]
A Gameboy tribute to Baltimore. [more inside]
A hip-hoppy electronica track intended to give you that Chronotriggery feeling. (It only works if you turn it up.) [more inside]
Yet another song from the new People Will Blink record. This song really kicks in at about 1:15, so be patient. [more inside]
This is a live and remixed version of an older track of mine done under the DXM moniker. [more inside]
an electro M.I.A. remix. happy new yearr mefi musics L:)
(mashing justice feat. beastie boys)
1: WARM WARM-UP
2: NO LONGER DEFINED
2: NO LONGER DEFINED
For the minimal crowd: some future jazz. Influenced by Ricardo Villalobos, Krause Duo, etc. [more inside]
another one off the bus!
last minute submission for the music challenge, 'spooky' retro-electro goodness with christopher walken.
Funk to put it nicely. I guess an intreptation on what robots grudge humping might sound like. [more inside]
A simple, melancholy electro instrumental that I recorded a couple of years ago. Percussion ideas came from various hip-hop sources; the melody is my own. I use it as background music during a spoken-word segment of my live shows. [more inside]
a remix of simian mobile disco's tits & acid vs. it's the beat. friday night electro fun.
I wrote and recorded this today - it's basically a stream-of-consciousness account of one of the stranger and more entertaining parties I've attended.
Another Square Waves song for your enjoyment. The plan is to put this song (and the other one I posted last week) out on a 7" (double A side).
A new song from a new band I am in called The Square Waves. This song is sure to be a hit on the Canadian charts, or at least a podcast intro or something (hint hint).
I, under my other moniker, DJ Die Young, did a remix of one of the best bands on the Guitar Hero 2 roster and Boston's own, Bang Camaro. The track was made by cutting up the full mp3 version of the original track. Hope you like it!
Thanks for all of the great feedback you guys have given so far on my other songs. This song is one I worked with my friend Andy on. He is playing acoustic guitar which I then chopped up quite a bit.
I made this after falling in love with this box set of old girl group singles. I wanted to take the hook from one of the best songs on there and do something interesting with it. I hope you dig.
This is an uplifting cover of the Dizzee Rascal song Stand Up Tall. Tons of synths all around.
A chunky synth work out with a chopped up Big Country sample. I hope it can move some feet in a big room.
Like the blast of a/c on a hot summer day: nasal, off key vocals, a chorus melody ripped off from "Barbie and the Rockers," and it is all over before you can decide that it is the worst thing you have ever heard in your life. Kisses!
A little synthesizer track I've been working on. E-lec-tron-ic, yeah!
A synth-y, dancey, bedroom-pop song.
Another by my band Evening, this one is more on the grime side of things. Has some pretty nasty lyrics.
Some electro+rap made by Evening. Contains some pretty foul language
this is my favorite piece from a little electronic thing I do under the name DJ Dialtone.
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