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A bit of dungeon synth.
Presenting the opening volley from Demons of Gyrophonia's new album, for the 2012 RPM Challenge, Searching for Dual-Projecting Interneurons that May Contribute to Spinal Turtle Behavior. Previously. [more inside]
Fare Thee Well, Angry Leather Jacket with a Knife
An elderly man remembers a favorite and long-departed leather jacket with great fondness and maybe a bit of regret. [more inside]
Essential Elements for Imaginary Instruments
A look back at grade school music class. [more inside]
The Great Space Darkness vs Love
A short but epic song that dares to ask: Is our only hope in this war against the great space darkness the love of an ageless, gender neutral couple? Will their love be enough? [more inside]
Roll over "Walk Away Renee"! [more inside]
Everything (is on fire)
This is an old song, but it only uses two chords (well, okay, so there's a third, brief chord, but still), and it's taken me four years to get around to the massive amount of hiss reduction the song required to make it postable. Because I'm lazy.
Brother North-Wind's Secret
Music for an imaginary children's TV show. [more inside]
We were young. We had a 4-track, a room full of instruments, and several pots of coffee. We'd just learned how to mess with vocals by speeding them up or slowing them down. Things got weird. [more inside]
I'm Afriad That There Has Been an Accident
But it was quick and it was painless.
Happy Birthday, Mom!
This is a little song I put together for my mom's birthday a few days ago. Unfortunately, tuning was an issue, especially with all the untunables -- the toy piano, old keyboard w/dying batteries, and dollar store recorder. Well, I think it's still kinda fun, regardless.
This is a collaboration with the great micayetoca and an attempt to recreate what one might hear from the pre-columbian Maya. (snake)
I Want to Drive
This is a short, NSFW song about an aggravating place. It was thrown together in a two-hour burst of creative intoxication this afternoon, though most of the lyrics have been bumbling around in my head for the past few weeks.