More noisy electro/break bitmuxing. (beta mix)
Instrumental sort-of-dance track with some electric piano, samples, beats, and synths.
Millimeters of Mercury is back after the end of finals at USC to present this decidedly retro electropop song that bounces and pounds in B flat major, occasionally straying into harmonic minor and dabbling in diminished chords and flat sevenths. Enjoy. =]
This began as an improvised piece involving a Poly Evolver synth, a Memory Man pedal, and an iPhone running Moog Filtatron. Then I decided to bury everything in noise, fuzz and tape flutter until it became nigh-unlistenable. Enjoy!
I wrote these pieces for a video game I'm making. Here they are, all together in a line. [more inside]
A dark electronic instrumental experiment brought to you by the numbers 808 and 909. Not genuinely scary, but maybe fit for the "something for a Halloween party" portion of this month's challenge, assuming it's a dance party. [more inside]
Welcome to Teen Island (Season One). We here at MTV started this reality show with the best of intentions. But things have gone horribly, horribly wrong. [more inside]
It's one minute long. It's background music for a robot factory.
Ambient sample-based electronic music with dubstep beats and a John Tavener clip.
chill, metropolitan 80s chic. free download on soundcloud.
A song I wrote when I got back from Japan. With field recordings from Japan. I said I was going to go back and work on it more, but I really don't know what to do and am kind of just complacent with what I have right now. [more inside]
Postal Service-like electronic pop track. Features my vocals for the first time! [more inside]
In 2004 Dave Winer shut down weblogs.com. This is a track based on the audio from his announcement. [more inside]
What happens when Farfisas, mellotrons, synthesizers, and the muddled sounds of a party get to play in the same room. A 60/40 combination of warm bendy melodies and sharp electronic determinism.
Electronic silliness featuring Agent Smith's human beings are a virus speech. [more inside]
A gamelan-inspired bit of canned synth fun.
A little progish - lots of analog synth, lots of interesting sounds, harmonies, counterpoint, a little odd meter, hopefully pretty catchy chorus, and one of the more obscure lyrics I've written (lyrics inside)... lots of stuff! [more inside]
A nearly-finished track. Looking for suggestions. I feel like I should add a field recording of some kind, but I'm not sure what kind. I'm feeling a little bit of speech. [more inside]
Piano, voice, glitch, noise.
Turn your bass down...I'm still a'learnin'. Piano overtones are the new "in thing". Mouse programmed...chords and all...not a keyboard in sight.
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]
A little deep-glitch piece, getting back into the swing of things. [more inside]
Cover of The Rascals' song that was a Billboard #1 hit on the day I was born. With a bit of a nod to "The Model." [more inside]
Paracast theme song [more inside]
Sort of an electro-rocky demo for the new record. Mix is rough, etc. [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.
Downtempo! Meandering beat, melodic electronic. I'm kind of into making synthesizers sound like samples right now, so everything came out of a synth of some sort. [more inside]
Just a quick song I threw together in Reason today. [more inside]
An ambient electronic track, in perhaps an early Warp Records vein. Made using Ableton Live and various plugins (Absynth and Massive, among them).
Live recording from a concert at my school in spring 2009. Female vocals by me, and I wrote the lyrics. [more inside]
Completely fucked dance-noise cover of Olivia Newton-John's "Physical." Sincere apologies to my parents, who were big fans of her when this came out. [more inside]
beep beep boop
A fast, peppy, electronic beat that will remind you of the importance of breathing. [more inside]
My first song, made in Ableton Live. [more inside]
Samples from the film noir The Pay Off over beats, with some choppy Benny Goodman samples thrown in for melody. [more inside]
Just a little rhythmic experiment, not actually gamelan but reminiscent.
A lush electronic meets shoegaze(?) song influenced by a Steve Reich piece. [more inside]
Virgil's The Aeneid and Coronet Films' The Powers of Congress sampled over a breakbeat, with some chopped-up classical music thrown in. [more inside]
A weekend messing with Scanned Synth Pro yielded this spirited dirge.
Another song from my album Prototype. [more inside]
Cortex mentioned in MeTa that he'd like it if people made some more posts to MeFi Music. Here ya go! I created this about 10 years ago. [more inside]
More laptop electronica. Ambient/IDM production approach, but with a bit of melody and punchy beat. [more inside]
A jaunty little ditty created on the Korg DS-10. [more inside]
Studying for exams suck. Classical guitar FPPs rock. I decided to focus this energy into something productive. [more inside]
It's a pop-type song (with streaks of metal) that tells the tale of a fish and his problems. Lyrics here. [more inside]
Today we're having a giant Thanksgiving feast/talent show at my place. I decided to make a Thanksgiving themed Baltimore Club track to celebrate. [more inside]