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My entry for July's monthly music challenge, a spy-themed beat featuring samples taken from numbers stations. [more inside]
Jetlag Beats // Brr Stick Em
Remixing the remix below using only a toothpick. [more inside]
aged to perfection
NSFW, for the love of god, NSFW. Hyper offensive porno rap about Gerontophilia. [more inside]
Zombie gangsta rap? (NSFW lyrics) [more inside]
buried in dirt
A white-boy sci-fi themed (but trying to avoid nerd-core) hip hop track completed recently with a friend. Part of an ongoing project.
One Hundred Nineteen
in which I rhyme about my name and some area codes I like. simple bass and piano to accompany the kick-snare. also I try my hand at some scratching. 119 is the tempo.
puff it, pass it, instant classic 505 where the beat was crafted [more inside]
Hopin' for the...
A beat I made in Garageband featuring trombone. All the music parts are loops of me, on keyboard, trombone, and bass. The scratching is Mic Santi, my roommate.
waters of nazareth + ch-check it out
(mashing justice feat. beastie boys)
True Skool (Lestrade 1440 rpm mix)
This is a remix of Coldcut's True Skool featuring Roots Manuva that I did for a remix competition a while ago. [more inside]
Science fiction rap, Mefi references [more inside]
Resh Day Lo
This Is Why I'm Fantastic
by Fantastic Plastic Mims; my first foray into the mashing of up. Please be kind, this took me well over ten minutes.
Hip-hop has been a passion of mine for a long time. And recently, some friends of mine and I got together to produce an entire album. This is the latest effort from me, as featured on our upcoming album. Sure, it's a demo, but it's free!
Another "can it be a rap song?" From the point of view of an elf that worships the a-bomb ("the hallowed ground is los alamos..."). It's only 2 minutes but it's packed, pay attention. There is nothing like this, I would say modestly, so I don't know what will happen when people hear it. The elf is a theme on the album... a nuclear terrorist in this case.
Can of Corn
This is one of the tracks on my soon to be released CD This Pound of Flesh emcee Will E P that people seems to get right away, although there is no way to explain it.
White Lines (a cappella)
These are the sort of things that occur to me as I go for my daily walk. Four-and-five-part harmony plus solo, bass and vocal percussion. Recorded in GarageBand using my MacBook's built-in mic.
The Strangest Secret
This is a track from an upcoming album where every track is an instrumental based on samples of international folk music. The chopped up melodies on this one come courtesy of China. Thanks, country of China!
How I Roll (Demo)
at the marriot the proletariat can find himself a bed he's been workin' day and night man was better off dead
A pretty depressing (er... "introspective") hip-hop track from about two years ago. I'm not usually this emo about things. Really.
Livin' at the Corner of Dude & Catastrophe
MC Frontalot and I (Brad Sucks) teamed up for an Achewood themed track for this week's Songfight.
A productive nights flailing realized this tightly sloppy thing that says "bramph".
Champagne Jam (Part 2) - Audiosports
This track is part 2 of a 23 minute mega mash up with a steady beat and some obscure samples. When I played this set live, I was happy to see people breakin' to it. Cool! http://www.albertoforero.com
Champange Jam (Part 1) - Audiosports
This track is part 1 of a 23 minute mega mash up with a steady beat and some obscure samples. When I played this set live, I was happy to see people breakin' to it. Cool! http://www.albertoforero.com
MeFi hip hop heads stand up! Semantics on the microphone, me on the boards.
Sweet Honey Sucking Bees
Shakuhachi player meets Roberta Flack, Redd Foxx and John Wilbye in a bar. "for if one flaming dart come from her eye, was never dart so sharp, ah, then you die, you die."
A short noir soundtrack. by Audiosports (http://www.albertoforero.com)
A journey through ancient lands to the city of the sun. Boom bap in the tradition of the Lost Children of Babylon and Jedi Mind Tricks. Clockwork on the boards.
Another song (featuring spinning from DJ Sku) from The Wild Farewell by The Harvey Girls, as posted earlier in Projects. It is too damn hot to be outside.