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Just some piano.
Original tune - not related to any others of the same name - for piano and electronics. Around 124 bpm, 4/4, lots of melody, lots of drama. The last track completed for my Migration album.
Piano vs. Electronics. Kinda epic even though it's not all that long!
Piano solo. This opens none too gently at about 138bpm and covers a lot of territory inside three minutes. It should flow nicely into its companion piece, Turquoise Migration.
A short piano piece that all spins out from the opening motto: "You are the sugar in my tea..."
Short piano solo: Snow falls on the prairie.
Piano, strings, and electronics on a journey across a strange, wide landscape.
Instrumental with big tunes and riffs, and a driving cadence that's perfect for cycling (especially if the weather should force you to ride indoors). Bandcamp download (with artwork).
Brief remix of the Kim Possible clip.
Piano solo: short, mostly melancholy and dark, but...
A short piano solo! Minor key, triplet feel, maybe a little jazzy, better suited to Halloween than early spring, but what can I do? It's a free download at BandCamp complete with suitably batty artwork.
Fast catchy tune with a thumping chorus - but the piano takes the star turn in the verses.
Pensive piano interspersed with electronic outbursts and a broad, burbling middle section.
Uptempo, hard-driving instrumental for synth+piano, with elements of trance and classical. First track on my Anthem of the Heart EP.
Synth-based dance with a nocturnal air.
Flyball battle anthem. Not quite "Eye of the Tiger", to be sure, but you can still turn it up and rock out. Electronic instrumental.
More massive amounts of Massive. I think it builds up nicely. Let me know what you think.
A pastoral sound, with piano, cello, and English horn.
For two flutes, piano and strings. The video version of the score was featured on Equestria Daily.
128bpm, dancey instrumental, mostly made with NI Massive.
New and much improved mix of a song from a few years ago. Kinda rock-metal-electronic fun with a pretty good helping of vocal harmonies. Critique away!
This has techno stuff arguing back and forth with pianos, a theme that's conflicted about what meter it's in, a cadence that keeps trying to change the key down a whole step, and ponies. Plenty of ponies. But I think this is my last Luna project for a while now!
A minor-key, rondo-like composition for piano, bass, percussion, and various squelchy electronic bits. Hail the coming of Princess Luna!
A story of an unexpected journey, and a choice to make; part rock opera, part... wolfdog, I guess. Lyrics inside!
Upbeat dancey-trancey music for driving fast and far away (from wherever you want to be far away from). Never mind the meter, you can dance to it!
Short, fun and bouncy, melodic, dancelike-although-odd-metered, all electronic instrumental. Sort of like a lobotomized Dream Theatre interpreted via Kitsune2 would be one way of putting it.
Music for strings, inspired by a beautiful place and a beautiful afternoon.
A short playful piece for flute and piano.
A fantasy for synthesizers and percussion.
Obviously, I couldn't decide on a title, so I used parentheses. Pretty straight-up rock, with synth adding some color to the guitar melodies, and a somewhat anthemic turn toward the end.
A little progish - lots of analog synth, lots of interesting sounds, harmonies, counterpoint, a little odd meter, hopefully pretty catchy chorus, and one of the more obscure lyrics I've written (lyrics inside)... lots of stuff!
Guitar and synth rock, with a certain whiff of the 70s about it, and a comparatively laid back chorus that I'm pretty happy with. Lyrics inside.
...you figure it out. This is an unfinished project; to be complete, it still needs someone to sing the revised lyrics I wrote for it (perhaps it should be you!) but no-one seems to be interested in doing that. However, it's kind of fun in this mashed-up incarnation, so what the hell, enjoy.
Pretty straightforward 3 minute rock deal. If you're bored, try figuring out all the various things I borrowed from.
This is... baroque electronic dance rock? Well, perhaps. I think it will keep you entertained for 5 minutes, at any rate. There are a lot of things that go whoosh, a thing that goes ping, and rather a lot of things doing things near the end.
Another little bass-and-vocal 4-track oddity; just a common story that everyone's probably seen unfolding at some point.
Loopy, mostly off-the-cuff, more-or-less-zero-production bass-and-vocal thing? Primusoidal TomWaitsishness with the slop cranked way up? Lyrics and vocals courtesy of this guy over here.
Riff-heavy rock/metal, from a long long time ago. Lyrics inside.
Mostly acoustic strumming. Maybe the simplest song I've ever written - but I like it, for a' that.
If someone would just make a damn album that sounds like this already then I wouldn't have to be swiping vocals and doing it myself.
This is an old skeleton from the closet. It's got its flaws, but when I dug it up, I found I still like the story it tells. Lyrics inside.
Folk metal rock boogie instrumental, driving down the highway throwin' the horns.
Fast, intricate, and thrashy.
A small musicbox tune for slightly lopsided dancers.
Melodic, slightly proggish, slightly folky hard rock.
Metal/rock with some little proggish ambitions. Features wheedly-wheedlies at the very end, and some truly incompetent drum programming.
Straightforward riff rock with maybe a hint of a memory of Jethro Tull. If you can sing this better - and believe me, you can - drop me a note.
A tiny little homage to JSB.
Guitar-heavy, folk-inflected rock instrumental.