Resistor vs. Lana Del Rey [more inside]
This song is a portrayal of identity crisis — yet not just in the expected expression through lyrics. A snarling electro beat attempts to warp itself around jazz-inspired harmonies and progressions as the speaker explains his own crisis. [more inside]
This is a cover of that Creed song from 2002 in a style somewhat evocative of Owl City or The Postal Service. [more inside]
Featuring a devastating guitar solo by dagosto Hey, does anyone live between Calgary and Toronto? I'm moving cities and using it as an excuse to do a tour! Would you like me to come throw a dance party in your town?
A "cover" of my "first" song. [more inside]
A song that, like almost EVERY song I write, is about running away to an exotic locale and, once there, dancing.
December isn't just about the holidays--a few of us finished up degrees this semester! This cheesy little ditty is dedicated to my fellow peeps who walked this month. [more inside]
A song about how humans fool pests to kill them, from the pest's point of view. Made today in 2 hours. [more inside]
Stuttery drums, blippy synths, lots of piano, copious crash cymbal, and a bucket load of reverb. [more inside]
Water as escapism.
Just a silly cover song.
This is an old song and a personal song. Its basic premise fits quite nicely with my life, thus making it relatively personal. Marginally complex vocals around an easy-to-follow framework, written while afraid of the leaving of an ex of four years past. [more inside]
In the late '90s, I was the main guy behind an electronic art-pop band called Science Park. After suffering a nervous breakdown in the winter of 2000, I disbanded the group and retreated from the music industry for six arduous years. Now thirty, I've just issued a 15-year retrospective of my life in sound and have re-committed myself to my life's work with a raft of new projects. "Ascension Island" was first issued on a Japanese 7" single on Motorway Records in 2000, and later on my album Disinformation (Obscure-Disk). A tale of love, espionage, and violence always just out of sight, it features my trademark drifting electronics, shortwave radio interceptions, and cool, clean singing. Enjoy.
A dancey synthpop song about the romances of hipsters.
A synth-y, dancey, bedroom-pop song.
This is the first song of at least 6 that I will release on my first, self-released EP in the near future. I'm currently figuring out how to arrange a live set with my music as everything was played and/or arranged by myself. I now release my music under the moniker mixedtape. The Freudian Slipper was my old name :)
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