It’s a little IDM and alien space cha-cha mixed with crackly breaks for a future jazz/faux-retro vibe from the 30th century. And horns. And of course, galactic seagulls cawing at you. This is my mutant lounge music.
A quick recap of how we recorded and put together the vocals and the music for “The Pianos Were Burning.”
Aramaic is one of the latest musical sketches that I’ve completed from my backlog of musical ideas. This one’s a smooth, groovy space lounge/ future jazz track.
How I assembled a recent project for a client video, from rough project brief and an audio peg to final product.
My workhorse laptop from 2002 is now dead. Thanks to my stupidity. But it served me well. And much longer than I thought it would. Here are the last 4 tracks I ever made on that machine.
My Ethnic Mix for the Bukas Palad track “All Shall Be Well,” which is a little world music, a little drum & bass, a little acid jazz. And all groovy.
How once I decided I wanted to create more music, I suddenly got handed two remix projects, but then… I dropped the ball. Epic fail? Nah. I still learned good lessons.
9 tracks and 41 minutes of emotive melodies, harsh synthetic textures and IDM. Ambient experimental electronica.
6 house tracks, w/ string melodies, ethnic vocal chants, robotic voices, & the electro boogaloo. Dance music for flying monkeys.
Stuck on a musical idea? Here are 2 possible solutions: share it and sit on it. This is the story of how I got stuck on a song idea and how doing those two actions allowed the song to evolve into something much better than its original.