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Another Beastie Boys Remix
slightly improved. Or slightly different. Not sure
I made a remix of one of my least favorite Beastie Boys hits.
A song I threw together using a sample from the 60s Hercules cartoon ripped off youtube
A beat I made in the last week or so
I've not posted for a while because I have a lot of things on the go I can't finish. I'm out of ideas on this one, so fuck it, here goes.
A remix of Alice Cooper's "Awakening"
A dark and nasty dub-influenced track I threw together today
An < 1 minute track that went between songs on my 90s demo where Hendrix meets Mantronix
A slower reworking of a track I made in the late 90s when I was the beat maker for a hip hop group. The song never got made.
OK we're gonna do this. My old shit.
One of my very early beats, and I'm posting it after hearing the music in this post which you should check out.
A remix of "Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun" by the Beastie Boys for the January collaboration music challenge, by myself and The World Famous
After reading this post, I was reminded of a beat I made 8 or 9 years back that obviously bites Pharcyde's "Drop". So here it is.
Fuller, 4-part, 9 1/2 minute version of a previously posted song, built almost entirely out of samples taken from the Conet Project, a 4 CD set of number station transmissions
Living Room Internal Mic Dub Soundsystem!
A loud and obnoxious demo
The "outro" from the ill-fated "Big in Japan" album
Don't ask, I don't think I ever got an explanation for the title either
A collaboration between myself and Ottawa-based producer/DJ/bass&keyboard-player/singer/rapper/radio-show-host (did I miss anything?) D-Mass from a few years back arranged and recorded in his old living room.
A remix of a song I made that was leagues better than the original. Only 1 element of the original remains.
A song I made out of depression and boredom. At least, to the extent that I feel editing is depressing and boring.
An instrumental samples/drums/synthemulators beat inspired by (and made over a number of) really damned cold Canadian winter nights*.
The proposed and rejected intro for the overdue and never-to-be-finished "Big In Japan" album.
A song about having no money and or recording space/equipment, but doing it anyway
My entry for July's monthly music challenge, a spy-themed beat featuring samples taken from numbers stations.
Another short Garage Band track that includes the sound of me repeatedly popping the base of an old stock pot in and out.
A short, sloppy no-editing-or-do-overs track made in less than half an hour with Garage Band, 2 glasses of stale water on my coffee table, a dirty spoon, a jar of change, internal mic, and likely one drink too many.