From my new (free!) EP 'Part Time Drum Machine', this is an instrumental keyboard-based track driven forward by a cheap synth bass and Casio-ish beats. A different kind of style than you may have heard from me before. [more inside]
Animals is the first song on an album I've been working on for awhile and have finally got out there on the inter-webs.
Hawkwind's cover featured in the impossible-to-track-down Japanese release of Dj Hell's latest album out now. [more inside]
By request...the last answering machine song I'll post. This one's about a pair of "protein shoes." If you can figure out what that means (even after hearing the phrase in context at the end), I'll give you ten dollars. [more inside]
An answering machine message to help us live our dreams. [more inside]
In 2001 some friends and I bought a used answering machine that still had the tape in it. From what we could figure out, it belonged to someone named Marta. Anyway, we set some of the messages to the melodies we felt they deserved (using the hokiest canned drums the Boss BR-8 had to offer).
I met a guy who claimed he was a soldier from the future, here to save humanity. I wrote a song about him. It has been described as "derivative and campy" which may well be true. It's also up on YouTube. with pictures. [more inside]
Someone gave me a Hammond Audio-Vari drum machine a few Christmases back, I enjoy really simple music so I put this together. It's inspired by a visit to a circus many years ago. I'm glad I've been drunkenly poking around Metafilter tonight, I posted some music on the 'Projects' section weeks ago but this is much more appropriate.
by Fantastic Plastic Mims; my first foray into the mashing of up. Please be kind, this took me well over ten minutes.
This a story 'bout Jean; Jean Jean Ass Machine. Vox: Nicholas Markos, The rest: Me and ACID.