Deep and brooding delays and saturated distortion galore with epic resolve. [more inside]
Another tune from the Black Ox project a friend and I wrote and recorded.
A piece I wrote and recorded with a friend as part of an instrumental post-rock project.
Piano vs. Electronics. Kinda epic even though it's not all that long! [more inside]
Quick if somewhat epic demo knocked together over the weekend... featuring glockenspiel, mellotron, piano, and baritone twang. Video shenanigans featuring multiple clones over here.
A thank you song for an epic quonsar.
Epic dance. Start in a dark place and then hit them with the I-V-vi-IV. Enjoy. [more inside]
The second preview track to my upcoming album. [more inside]
Basically, this song is a very "epic" work dealing with an extraordinarily dysfunctional relationship in my past. He actually hit me a few times, but it's easy to blame yourself for things, as you hear in the beginning — especially when you do/did love someone — but nevertheless I detail in the song how I came to realize he was to blame, not me.
The (hopefully) final mix of Y&SF with all the problems fixed and Major Dundee's epic solo finally loud and proud before the last chorus. [more inside]
At long last, the remix of Y&SF with new vocals and Major Dundee's guitar work incorporated. [more inside]
I had an idea for a sort of epic slow-build, slow-burn song but I didn't have time to work out an appropriately epic-in-length arrangement so this is a little under two minutes long instead. [more inside]
Ahoy! I finally had...well...made a free few hours to work on some music. Here's what I made. [more inside]
Looong song. Epic bass. Beautiful pads. That's it. [more inside]
A fairly grim song, I suppose, mostly one chord, almost too long to upload here. With strings. And a guitar solo. [more inside]
messing around, ended up with this epic-feeling chord progression. it made me think of planets and their massive movements in space. +cowbell
I think I managed to write a somewhat upbeat song! Well, upbeat if you ignore the title and lyrics. It's got: hammond organ, celesta, acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and some epic "Woo-oo-oooh" back up vocals.
Another track by Selected Letters (my sadly defunct band). Music by J. Sher and I. Ochs, lyrics by R. Witte. Enjoy!
This is an old skeleton from the closet. It's got its flaws, but when I dug it up, I found I still like the story it tells. Lyrics inside.
"In the fires of Mount Doom, was forged our mighty song." My band's ode to itself. Check out the fake-out ending, and that's a real cello in the coda.
Post-band-breakup collaboration rock + VST experiment.