My journey of writing pop punk songs from thirty years ago continues apace. This one started as a TikTok and then I banged out this demo in my living room today. I'm trying to get better at writing choruses and actually using my voice.
A slice of stompy psych-rock with plentiful tambourines and rich, undulating waves of FUZZ. I also made a video featuring my glove puppet and alter-ego Fluffy, if you want the full gesamskunstwerk 'sperience.
Asked for a receipt. Five minutes pass, still waiting; Dot matrix printer. [more inside]
Originally by Umphrey's McGee, performed by my band for the improv module at uni at our gig a couple weeks ago. [more inside]
A very quickly produced (potentially unfinished?) song recorded with a Kaossilator, a Realistic MG-1, a Big Muff and a Space Echo for my solo recording project, Birdlaw. This is the song you hear when you reach the end of the universe.
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]
A fuzz rock demo [more inside]
Sung by The Infamous Benny Hill, this one is an ode to a female scientist he knows.
This is the first song off our new album, The Continuing Adventures of the 23rd Century in ... The 23rd Century. [more inside]
loud, thick and fuzzy
09 of 13 - herby and the polar bear club ... a cheerful ditty about metaphorical drowning
05 of 13 - herby and the polar bear club ... herby was a real person who rode the rails and drew these on boxcars ... i never met him, but i've talked to someone online who hobo'd with him
03 of 13 - herby and the polar bear club ... just renting here
angry distorted fuzz rock ... 06 of 12