This is a song from my band Blackwolf Beach. We are from Baltimore, MD. I think we sound like punk/melodic hardcore/noisey stuff. There are two other mefites in this band! Josher71 plays guitar and sings sometimes, and petulantbeard plays drums and sings sometimes. I play guitar and sing sometimes. [more inside]
I made a Rock and Roll. I like Rock and Roll. [more inside]
A driving four-on-the-floor guitar song recorded by my band Boeufcake. [more inside]
The third song from my forthcoming solo album "This Is Hollywood," detailing a rather common theme in pop music: male prostitution along Santa Monica Blvd. in the early 90s.
Another upbeat 2 1/2 minute pop song I wrote for my band, Boeufcake. [more inside]
Another one from my band, Boeufcake. [more inside]
A silly pop song that I wrote for my band Boeufcake. We've been playing together for years, but we have few recordings worthy of sharing due to the tediousness of multitracking and the shit kicking good time we'd rather have drinking beer and playing loud. Be aware, there's a couple naughty words in this song. [more inside]
Song from my band Steady Habits' upcoming EP, "Making Enemies at the Bar". Late 90s-esque third wave ska in all its pop-punk influenced glory. Saccharine as hell, but whatever. If you dig the track and want to help us put it up on vinyl, feel free to pop some scratch into our Kickstarter site. Thanks dudes!
Another rehearsal demo for my Irish-American band, the Peter O'Tooles. This one is a bit naughty. Apologies to anybody actually from Bangor. [more inside]
A practice demo of a song arranged for my Irish-American band, The Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
The demo of a reworked version of an older song, arranged for my Irish-American band, The Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
Poppy-ska song I wrote a couple years ago about being afraid to ask a girl out. (I did, eventually, but not in the song). [more inside]
Sometimes, somebody likes you for your faults. [more inside]
A goofy, gleeful, garage-y little summer-in-the-city song. [more inside]
A revision of my earlier version of this cover, since I had a night to burn at school. Bigger, a bit less background noise, a little more banjo.
Not in my town. Not in any of my five towns. [more inside]
A while back, I posted a song called Yes, Dope. The vocal samples in it were from this here song, by my 80s punk 3 piece, The Whores. This song was included on a local sampler album put out by Glitch Records in '86, and inexplicably went to #1 on a little college station somewhere in upstate New York, and stayed there for 6 weeks. I was #1 in New york!
Sort of mildly generic uplifting pop-punk from my band (http://myspace.com/cutofffrequency). Recorded on our own, mixed on our own (not done yet), still yet to finish the mixing and mastering process.