An ambient-ish electronic composition in 3 movements. (17:21, 120bpm, C) As yet untitled. [more inside]
Mining old acoustic songs to deconstruct and add beats to. This song gutted this time.
A remix of an old acoustic cover of a Slipknot song. Glitched-out and re-sampled beyond recognition.
Kiev-based electronic instrumentalist Dunaewsky69 (a.k.a. Oleksandr Gladun) is one of Eastern Europe's most productive DJs. Otherwise dubbed as the "electronic pilot", his most recent EP "Termination Voice" was nominated for the Qwartz Electronic Music Award. This is his latest remix for Ummagma "Lama". This remix is a departure from the original Ummagma version of "Lama", but hopefully you can also appreciate this remix. [more inside]
A piano motif and followed by a remix of itself at 1:20.
Dub synth techno. [more inside]
Cake. Delicious cake. [more inside]
A dark electronic piece. Resonant bass intro, echoing bells then slightly distorted drums and detuned synths. [more inside]
heavy distorted electronic - 4/4 beat, EBM-ish... [more inside]
Blippity blop - just a track made on my EM1, more of a snippet, really.
More noisy electro/break bitmuxing. (beta mix)
More laptop electronica. Ambient/IDM production approach, but with a bit of melody and punchy beat. [more inside]
A thumpy experiment with the Crystal VST. [more inside]
More electronic music. Takes a while (~1:00) to get off the ground, but once it does, I think it's alright.
I wrot ethis electronic piece after reading Pale Blue Dot by Carl Sagan. He writes on one specific photograph taken from deep space, and coins our earth a "mote of dust" in the cosmic landscape. This piece was inspired by use of imagery in the sound design, as well as Carl Sagan's musings in Pale Blue Dot. I imagine the primary theme as particles of dust, in perpetual motion in a shaft of light. The context of these "motes" is expressed as the piece develops into increasing complexity. The mote is always there, omnipresent yet insignificant in the cloud of actvity around it. I hope you all enjoy it [more inside]
This is a short IDM-esque style electronic piece written in the fall of 2008. I was largely inspired by the idea of Klangfarben melodie, and tried to incorporate a lot of tone colors in the piece, especially by experimenting with modulating the LFO rates of the synthesizers to different degrees to create many different "colors" of the same basic sound [more inside]
Stuttery drums, blippy synths, lots of piano, copious crash cymbal, and a bucket load of reverb. [more inside]
1. of or pertaining to the mind. 2. originating in or apprehended by the reason. The first completed track of a new Lestrade collection called Flights of Theory.
"You may control Nilla wafers, but my saltines are safe." "Counterfactual. To wit: SALTINES ASSEMBLE!" [more inside]
Chiptune melodies falling into a mess of ambience, noise and everything in between. [more inside]
Rob da Bank played this on his Radio 1 show in 2005, so it's my most successful track by a factor of about 1,000,000. I hope you like it.
an eclectic downtempo glitchy track of mine from 2006. some interesting live drumming incorporated then destroyed accordingly. comments welcome! [more inside]
IDM jungle blip hop whatever!!
I've recently begun a solo-project in the world of IDM and electronic music. I won't advertise/spam my Virb or Myspace accounts unless someone specifically asks for them. Hope you like it!
This is one of a few IDM tracks I've been working on. I really like the glitchy drumline in this, plus the 3 part melody. I would appreciate any feedback on it, as I feel this is pretty good.
A study on electronic vs. acoustic elements, with a slant towards elementary canon-type stylings. Written and recorded on one rainy night. Recently remastered for a 'best of 2002-2006' compilation.
Another new one from the new Ice Cream Creatures EP. Vocals with a strong beat. Love gone bad. But Love is good.
A new track from my band, Ice Cream Creatures. sliced and diced female vocals, acoustic guitar, glitchy beats. Good for the soul.