Nasty, brutish and short [more inside]
A demo track from Spent about your favorite Facebook friend.
Catchy little punk rock number from my band Spent, straight from the garage. [more inside]
Another night and I can pick up where I left off today Another drink and I will sleep right, and the dreams will stay away I thought about what I should do now but I'd rather stay in and keep out from the cold ...you know I'd rather be alone murmurs...
Another song from my forthcoming collection of supernaturally themed novelty garage band song, called "Don't Go In The Garage" and credited to Dr. Mysterian.
Another song from my forthcoming supernaturally themed novelty garage rock album "Don't Go In The Garage," released under the named Dr. Mysterian.
The title track to my forthcoming supernaturally themed novelty garage rock album, which will be released under the name Dr. Mysterian.
A song from my forthcoming album of supernaturally themed novelty music, "Don't Go In The Garage," to be released under the name Dr. Mysterian. [more inside]
Here is a song I recorded on a BOSS 16 track. Acoustic Guitar, Fender MusicMaster Bass and Farfisa Console organ. Recorded using a Rode NK2 Large Diaphragm Condenser mic. [more inside]
A song about Sex. This is the last of three songs from my short-lived band Hurlo Thrumbo. Recorded in 1990. I wrote the music and played bass, and the singer wrote the melody and words. Rescued from cassette. [more inside]
My take on mid-60s frat rock. [more inside]
Another cut from the Quick and Dirty submitted for some feedback, particularly in terms of the mix.
The first song from my new collection of supernaturally themed novelty garage rock by my multiply pierced and tattooed sailor puppet, Sailor Martin; the collection of songs will also, eventually, be called Don't Go in the Garage. [more inside]
A raucous garage-band blues number, featuring ukulele, tambourine, and harmonica. Entry number 9 into the RPM challenge is a song about a mean woman. [more inside]
she cannot feel a thing
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This is the first song I have ever written, on a dare for my husband's alt-country band. They liked it enough to record it. The handclaps make me laugh.