“Positive Babinski Reflex” is a jazzy, synth-driven tune resurrected from limbo by turning it from a quite typical house track into something more organic and funky.
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.
How I assembled a recent project for a client video, from rough project brief and an audio peg to final product.
Nine-year old Caine Monroy built an entire game arcade out of cardboard boxes, tape, brown paper bags, calculators and string — because he wanted to own and manage his very own arcade. And that goal pushed him toward a creative endeavour that fulfilled his artistic need.
Emorej (aka Jerome Llama) took my lyrics and set it to a beautiful melody. I then took the vocal track and constructed a mournful worldbeat track with a little drum-n-bass in the chorus. This worldbeat/ethnotronica remix was produced using Acid Pro and some VSTi’s. I posted the track back in 2009. As I recall, Emorej loved it.