One real tambourine, and a pile of virtual organs [more inside]
Some more Philip Glass-inspired electronica while waiting for the RPM Challenge to start.
laid back with cheesy sounds...
Instrumental; checking out what my new Axiom 61 can do with Logic. [more inside]
*Yet* another short, syrupy-melancholic instrumental. This time with extra dobro. [more inside]
Instrumental demo written/recorded as first-takes after reading this post about the recording of The Cure's Disintegration album. Consider it a comment for the Disintegration post. And please excuse the mix, as it was hastily done. In keeping with the Disintegration theme, it begins with 8 seconds of silence.
Kind of an eerie repetitive theme that I think sounds like it could be heard at the end of some kinda spooky, horror, thriller'ish type of movie i started with one little riff i made and copied and tweaked it over 5 or 6 tracks
A beat I made for someone to rap over, but I don't know any rappers. [more inside]
Traditional old-time fiddle tune in D, instrumental clawhammer banjo & guitar. [more inside]
I'm doing an album this month, and this is the first thing I've recorded for it. I think the album will be mostly or completely instrumental, but we'll see. [more inside]
Background music for watching footage of the Balloon Boy balloon sailing along.
This is... baroque electronic dance rock? Well, perhaps. I think it will keep you entertained for 5 minutes, at any rate. There are a lot of things that go whoosh, a thing that goes ping, and rather a lot of things doing things near the end. [more inside]
My foray into composing music electronically. [more inside]
Halloween music for choreographed skeletons, skeletons on bikes in the B part.
This is a quiet, meditative, minimalist instrumental piano piece, with occasional visits by vibes, fretless bass and lap steel guitar. You might want to play it somewhat loudly to hear some of the softer notes. Do you think it's finished, or should I add something? [more inside]
Everyone's afraid of falling inside. Especially so when alone. Instrumental, post-apocalyptic, cthulhutronica. [more inside]
From the opening titles of an imaginary made-for-TV movie in which Peter Falk and Suzanne Pleshette learn to love again.
done a long time ago with a cheap drum machine and keyboard. I still like it.
A quaint Scottish town! You pronounce it "mull-guy" Cue dancing hedgehogs at 2:07
just some samples of stuff on TV one day. kinda cool-
A Saturday afternoon lazily spent synthily. [more inside]
Another itty bitty ditty. [more inside]
The theme to a spy movie that was never made.
Full title: "Everything Was Going Fine Until Someone Dared Springtime to Happen All at Once." From the album In Lieu of Talent. Maybe a nice way to kick off a Friday. [more inside]
An instrumental track that went under the working title "pseudo-eastern." Most prominently features guitars, lap steel, fretless bass and programmed sitar sounds. The subtle percussion is a spinner ring kind of like this one, run through a healthy dose of reverb. [more inside]
The premier performance of my beloved Pearl Bass Flute. AskmeaboutLOOM is up to his usual tricks on delay.
A short guitar instrumental, written in a convent, during a heat-wave in 2003. [more inside]
30 April, 1994 [more inside]
19 April 1994 9:55 pm - 20 April 1994 10:25pm [more inside]
19 April 1994 3:55am-2:50pm [more inside]
This is a little instrumental number I made up. I'm trying to convince my bandmates to perform it. The guitar tone and the melodic simplicity may qualify it as Surf Music. [more inside]
My vague memory of an aphex twin melody on this here banjo that I don't really know how to play. Took me a while to figure out which tune(s) I was thinking of. [more inside]
Another instrumental in a tuning I can't even remember.
Just having fun really. [more inside]
Originally planned as a mix between 70's J.M. Jarre and Steve Reich. Turns out to be more like Giorgio Moroder teaming with Tangerine Dream, on a bad day. [more inside]
One patch, one take.
A slow, two line piece on classical guitar, not really in a medieval style but I wasn't sure what else to call it! Hope everyone who takes the time to listen to it enjoys it. [more inside]
Choose [more inside]
Another laid back instrumental guitar piece. I recorded a lead line for it, actually I probably recorded about 10, but then decided it was nice enough by itself. Hope you all agree and enjoy it!
A laid back, relaxed instrumental nylon string guitar piece, just for something new for me :) Hope its enjoyed by all.
I lived for a time in a shed with one of those corrugated fiberglass roofs. It rained. Then it stopped. Then started again. Etc. [more inside]
This is a chill instrumental easy listening rock piece. Drums, bass, guitar, and saxophones accompanied by a storm. [more inside]
I had some downstairs neighbors for which I was the semi-regular entertainment. [more inside]
Two days ago I shot some video: a reflection of a man riding a Tokyo train, watching another moving train (a shinkansen) pass by on a parallel track. I made this music today, to serve as accompaniment for the 58-second film. I uploaded the video earlier this evening to YouTube here.
Instrumental nylon string guitar, borrowing harminocally from Mr Cohen, but in my own style. Hope everyone enjoys it. [more inside]
This is the soundtrack to a movie about Leonard Cohen going on a rafting trip in rural Appalachia. [more inside]
A cover of some music not written by Leonard Cohen [more inside]
An upbeat, fast instrumental guitar piece, inspired by some of the music I've been listening to recently. Hope its enjoyed by all!