brash, downbeat electro. one part melancholy, two parts wibbly wobbly bass
downtempo pseudo-ambient breakbeaty instrumental [more inside]
A cover of Wayne Shorter's Juju using Gretchen Parlato's lyrics from her version of the tune. Done in a sort of 90s-ish trip hoppy style. [more inside]
Finally finished my latest project, VOIDBREAKER. Ominous space synths, gritty breakbeats and a consciously gritty production. This is the fourth track from the EP just released on Spotify. [more inside]
OK - not exactly a sing-along and not exactly the kind of song you can imagine a sing-along happening to, but there is something to be said for the harmony established between two voices in a song, even if they are not singing in tandem. This is, indeed, one of those songs where I think that kind of love-in has been achieved, at least sonically.
I had a bit of fun with this: it's about a relationship gone wrong. I believe that the dual bass part is rhythmically interesting. Double bass and synth bass rhythmically intertwine and are coupled with a synth trumpet. There may be some Brian Eno influences a la The Drop. My album is available for $5 download at CD Baby: The Dividing Range. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/theseedsofautumn
song 1 of 7 from my new rpm album, wanderer - how i ever got this done working 60 - 70 hour weeks is beyond me
thanks for all the positive comments - this time i used another method [more inside]
kool keith saw them first.
bouncy and better than dark chocolate.....from a new band called seratone n. [more inside]
in which we discuss sente, and determine that all of the engines are on fire, the body of the aircraft is on fire, the fucking air around us is on fire.
an instrumental space jam, an ode to a scintillating satellite girl, and because we miss kurt so.
this ain't working. this is how you do it.
some new friends and i, doing the spontaneous live-looping thing.
A long-lost track from my old Trip Hop outfit, Opusindra. This track is from nearly 10 years ago. [more inside]
are you a believer in osmosis?
no dragons were harmed in the making of this song, in which we revert to our default full on trip hop status.
definitely born under a water sign.
oscillating fan man wears a badge of hope. he keeps you cool.
can ya feel the holy ghost? can i get an a a a men?
sexy parseltongues seek to seduce snape, spells abound.
sweet sampling, sweet manipulation, sweet field recordings, sweet tune, sweet jesus.
Trip hop or something. At its core it is still a singer/songwriter sort of deal, but this features -- in addition to regular vocals -- opera samples, moaning girls, reversed strings, synth bass, subtle sustained guitar feedback, scratching, acoustic slide guitar, tambourine, crumbly noises, and whatever else. Includes the F-word right at the start, if that concerns anyone.