A sordid tale of greed, revenge, and bingo. [more inside]
ecstatic punk_metal love song with stereo distorted bass, country inflected vocals, and a few stolen lyrics. Kinda a follow up to this song. [more inside]
Recorded live in performance at Nana Hari, Tokyo, on January 17, 2010. Accompanying myself on the strumstick. Video at YouTube and Vimeo. [more inside]
Inspired by Aled Lewis' "The Horde" [more inside]
My Velvet Underground homework. There's some backing falsetto in here and some piano and stuff. [more inside]
Spur-of-the-moment lo-fi live cover of the Radiohead song off Hail to the Thief, to which I added a couple of equally rough overdubs and some reverb. The guitar is out of tune and poorly played, but the vocal melody tweaks are kind of fun. [more inside]
A not-so-tall song about a short, sweet object of desire. Wait, can I try that again? [more inside]
Say gnfti, how's your falsetto doing? Why, I'm glad you ask! Here's a Loney, dear cover.
A song inspired by crossing the frozen river Neva in Saint Petersburg, Russia. This song is short, simple, and basically three choruses and no verses. That's right - screw the verses!
This downtempo "weirdo-falsetto" number is a track by Clearspeaks featuring edlundart. The music was written and produced by Clearspeaks while I wrote the lyrics and vocal melody. I also performed the vocal and created the vocal snippets used in the background, similar to what I did on "elevate."
Just recorded a rough demo of this new love song for Edie Sedgwick.