they're always outside my apartment ... [more inside]
... they have to fight [more inside]
it's like GPS, only backwards [more inside]
it doesn't pay to play golf with some people [more inside]
it's all those 0s and 1s [more inside]
maybe it'll be better this spring [more inside]
well, you know who this guy voted for [more inside]
i think this might be a car commercial or something [more inside]
once again, i've done rpm - this is my 12th one - it's called songs for a hollow year [more inside]
final song of drones, my rpm project this year [more inside]
song 4 of drones [more inside]
song 3 of the rpm project drones [more inside]
2nd song of rpm album drones [more inside]
1st song of my 2016 rpm project, drones [more inside]
For solo piano, played by a nonpianist.
An instrumental rock song, I guess. Someone told me that it's about a guy taking off his sunglasses. [more inside]
Mellow jazzish tune featuring mandolin, clean electric guitar, and a fake horn section.
This is what happens when a wimpy acoustic guitar player writes a song entirely with a vintage synthesizer. [more inside]
A counterpointy thing for three (fake) clarinets. [more inside]
Another track from my RPM Challenge album. Kind of a minor mode blues-rock thing. [more inside]
Homemade feminist-flavored rock. [more inside]
I did the RPM Challenge back in February. It went okay. This is the first song, a bossa nova-type thing that came out unsettlingly close to smooth jazz. [more inside]
The first completed song out of the 10 I'm supposed to have done by the end of the month for the RPM Challenge. Don't think I'm going to make it at this rate. [more inside]
Just a quick little doodle from this year's RPM Challenge album. And, yes, this is my first MeFi post. Be gentle.
final song of my rpm album, underground hearts - one night stands can be rather strange
song 8 of 9 of underground hearts - from big, big john in the coal mine, to you and me - we've all had employers lie to us
7 of 9 of underground hearts - kind of a barometer reading
song 6 of 9 of underground hearts - remember but don't obsess
song 5 of 9 of underground hearts - the only mall i ever thought i might get mugged at
song 4 of 9 of underground hearts
song 3 of 9 - underground hearts - play loud!
2 of 9 of underground hearts - another morning after the party song
song 1 of 9 of underground hearts, my rpm album, which just about drove me nuts
Yet another piece from the shortened album project. This time featuring Mulp on drums and vocals and me on vocals+other things. [more inside]
Loosely translated, it means "Holy Cake Fire." That's exactly how awesome. [more inside]
Third track on my RPM album.
Polystyrene + Benzene + Gasoline = ? [more inside]
Another RPM track, and a little more bass flute for everyone's audio diet. [more inside]
Track 4 from our RPM album, Demons of Gyrophonia & the Rotatable Tremulant All-Stars, and the first time I've played theremin in almost a year. [more inside]
song 11 of 11 of cornfield - thanks for listening and commenting [more inside]
song 10 of 11 of cornfield [more inside]
song 9 of 11 of cornfield - old fashioned rock and roll song about our favorite politician [more inside]
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]
song 8 of 11 of cornfield [more inside]
song 7 of 11 of cornfield [more inside]
Track six from my new album, Inchoatery. A 5/4 instrumental follow-up to Drunk Again. Theremin solo!
song 6 of 11 of cornfield [more inside]
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