The tenth track from Inchoatery, and the finale—a letter to the ex. Probably the most structurally complicated song on the whole album. [more inside]
The ninth track off of Inchoatery. The other side of the story. [more inside]
Track eight off of Inchoatery. One of those trying-and-failing scenarios—merely grabbing your boot straps and yanking doesn't always do the trick.
Track seven from Inchoatery. As much a mixing stunt as anything—trying to synthesize a drinking-buddy monologue in a crowded bar while the band plays on. [more inside]
Track six from my new album, Inchoatery. A 5/4 instrumental follow-up to Drunk Again. Theremin solo!
Track four from Inchoatery. More Microkorg than you can shake a stick, and a lot of other changes from the demo I posted last month. [more inside]
The second track off my new album, Inchoatery. Sort of a pop-rock braggadocio, the euphoric declarations of someone still feeling the relief instead of the pain of a breakup a long time in the coming.
Lead-off track from my new RPM album, Inchoatery. I'm still getting my ducks in a row as far as the album's proper home on my music blog, but I'm pretty happy with what I came up with and I wanted to share. [more inside]