Carbon 7 again -- This was the opening salvo at our Solstice show last month. 10 minutes-worth of us making it up as we go. Recorded live at the Carousel Lounge. [more inside]
Sure, the world could end Friday. Or Saturday. Or some other Friday 100,000 years from now. 7 minutes of instrumental contemplation, as it flowed in from the sky, last May. [more inside]
A semi-instrumental song given a second life after a decade in the demo wilderness. [more inside]
14 minutes of improvisation from Carbon 7, heralding the end of the Mayan Long Count. [more inside]
Carbon 7 again, from last June. This one sounds more like an actual song than about anything we've done, so far. 16 minutes of spontaneous creation. [more inside]
Spacey indie rock, recorded in rehearsal by our band, radiateur. [more inside]
Carbon 7 does yet another improv. Uptempo. We played all the notes. [more inside]
Another Carbon 7 song from our recent show at the Carousel Lounge. [more inside]
A spontaneous 20-minute creation by Carbon 7. The first song from our first live show a couple weeks ago. We tripped a breaker at 20:44 or it would have gone longer. [more inside]
A slow, jazzy improv thing. [more inside]
PARKING LOT PIMPIN IS A TRAPPY SONG FROM SPACE AGE FAMILY RAINING BRICKS CD. [more inside]
Back on the horse! Here's a song I wrote and recorded tonight. The idea was a laid-back, french café sort of sounding tune. It's about interstellar exploration. [more inside]
Another long instrumental noodle-athon. Making it up as we go. [more inside]
Starts out atmospheric as we slowly descend through the thickening clouds. [more inside]
A one-off structured song that I recorded in 2010 unlike most things I make... -Yair O
In which we jam out on our axxxes. I have temporarily given up even naming these... things. Another long spontaneous session by Carbon 7, my space-rock improvisational trio. [more inside]
Another Improvisational thing from my new band Carbon 7. This one's a bit long, at 19 minutes. [more inside]
My new psychedelic improv trio, Carbon 7. We're making it up as we go along. [more inside]
It was not night, when I started Speaking (with bad pitch before 20 seconds)... Peaceful concessions, what is a chordate? Love songs at cross purpose, missing the cross winds. It's all your fault, but mostly it's all mine too. [more inside]
Quiet, loud, low, and high bleeps. Plus drums. (Unfortunately, it sounds weird on built-in computer speakers. The toms and bass get chopped out almost completely. Maybe skip if you don't have headphones. Sorry, guys.)
Just a short little Spacetrancy song...
More music for deep space, take your protein pill and put your helmet on. [more inside]
Playing around with Saturn's Radio Emissions.
A rock ode to the bat that clung to the Space Shuttle Discovery. Thoughts? [more inside]
A very quickly produced (potentially unfinished?) song recorded with a Kaossilator, a Realistic MG-1, a Big Muff and a Space Echo for my solo recording project, Birdlaw. This is the song you hear when you reach the end of the universe.
Another sketch of a song.
Just a little rhythmic experiment, not actually gamelan but reminiscent.
For all the hip-hop fans hiding in the tall grass around the perimeter of MeFi Music. [more inside]
This is the awful song I made this morning with the help of Ask Metafilter. Relax to the smooth sounds of two minutes of obnoxious beeping! [more inside]
You're the blessed, we're the Spiders from Marzzzz-uh! [more inside]
I've been listening to a lot of boogie, funk and electro from the early 80s recently. This is my dubstep homage to those lovely genres. [more inside]
Kraftwerk-esque dubstep. Attempting to balance heaviness, vintageness and spaciness. [more inside]
Some pretty heavy space dubstep that I made for a variety show that happened this past weekend. [more inside]
Aether: in ancient thought, the elemental god of the "bright, glowing, upper air," the changeless substance that fills the universe above the terrestrial sphere. This is what I imagine traveling through it sounds like. [more inside]
A song I made for an animated movie that might exist about people that are addicted to stars. [more inside]
An electronic dance song I made the other day, but now with more of the flavor of today. [more inside]
happy drone; space is nice
Ethereal dubstep/psychedelic vocoder jam. I think I love this song. [more inside]
With a ukulele, some whistling, and several Garage Band 09 filters, you can make something that sounds like a transmission from Venus. [more inside]
A spaced out dub remix of OJ Da Juiceman. Features some cocaine rap so it is not for fragile ears. [more inside]
Some more space music, a little majestic and melodic this time. [more inside]
A little space music, with random satellite transmissions.
Continuing with my beat-oriented theme of late. Autechre-like, but they're still 1,000 times better than I am. This one's noisy and glitchy, just the way I like it.
Just discovered on an old unlabeled audio CD-R. [more inside]
A soft soak in a warm bath of electroluminescent air gel.
A curious alien has snatched one of our spacecraft from orbit and sent back a very strange signal...
At home one Saturday night in about 1984, I got interested in just how hard it was to say words backwards, flip the tape, & have them come out intelligible. It took hours, and was much harder than I thought. [more inside]
Something a spacecraft might hear on the edge of the solar system
A few minutes of crazy space noise and strange particle interactions. [more inside]
Title inspired by a friend's idea for a new comic book. An ultra-happy electro love-fest with all the fixings... handclaps, warm synth pads, uplifting key changes, sparkly arps. Enjoy!