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]
Track six from my new album, Inchoatery. A 5/4 instrumental follow-up to Drunk Again. Theremin solo!
Track four from Inchoatery. More Microkorg than you can shake a stick, and a lot of other changes from the demo I posted last month. [more inside]
The second track off my new album, Inchoatery. Sort of a pop-rock braggadocio, the euphoric declarations of someone still feeling the relief instead of the pain of a breakup a long time in the coming.
Lead-off track from my new RPM album, Inchoatery. I'm still getting my ducks in a row as far as the album's proper home on my music blog, but I'm pretty happy with what I came up with and I wanted to share. [more inside]
I'm starting in on the final recordings for the album in a month, and I've started with this big epic third track. Still needs work but it's a good start. [more inside]
Another RPM demo, this one a super-upbeat thing about neurotic fears about what one's ex is getting up to. [more inside]
Uke-driven boozer's lament. One of the demos I recorded yesterday for my album-in-a-month. [more inside]
One of the nearly-finished songs for my almost-done RPM 07 album. Navelgazing lyrics, lush instrumentation.
A rough structural demo of one of the songs I've written this month. Catchy, upbeat reflection on the simpler, softer times of my highschool musical upbringing. Imagine this with a dozen people clapping and singing along. And maybe an awesome guitar solo. I've still got three weeks, after all.