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Instrumental country death song
Q: What scares you? A: Freddy Kruger
A song about love
My home is cold right now
Done on my arpeggiator of choice (Yamaha MO-X6)
Ambient bell arp single take performance phase music
At 0:32 I start ripping off a Goblin riff and I can't find the song that I am ripping off. It's not off of Roller or Profondo Rosso... Any insight would be appreciated.
This is sketch I did in MIDI of another instrumental song
A long and very silly edm jam just under the upload limit.
A song about being a cool spooky ghost.
Not much to say except that it's a kind of happy long weekendy thing.
Rhodes and beats. Putting them jazzpants on
I'd like for this song to have lyrics some day. A group of people singing together.
part of a fun summer jam with my friend Yukon John on vocals
A very old song about love.
Instrumental demo from a little while ago.
A demo from a project of mine called The Phone Calls. This will be on the next record
going for a deep lo-fi groove
This is a guitar solo over some jungle beats.
...cuts like harp strings.
Based loosely of Queens of the Stone Age's "Suture Up My Future"
A short sketch
Furniture. Kind of Pretty.
An arrangement of the classic song for banjo and a little bit of toy piano.
Hard, deep, and funked out. This is the third demo for my RPM challenge.
This song is very funny and very good. We made this song several years ago and I think it holds up well. The band was called "nouns and verbs."
This is from a collection of recordings of a band I was in with some of my favorite people called Hitodama. None of us used or use drugs but it is recommended listening for all drug users.
happy drone; space is nice
This is a quick thing I did on an the Alesis Andromeda I have on lone at the moment. I think it's kinda fun.
Twelve string guitar and vocals with some alchemical effect lines Inspired by a lucid dream I had the other day.
An ode to last year around this time.
This trip is a bit more relaxed.
I got the idea for this tune while driving through the farmlands of Northern California. Introspective and calming.
Another chill orchestration of guitar, drums, bass, flute, and sax. The solo at the end is one of my favorites.
A melody I had in my head for a while that I just had to get out.
This is a chill instrumental easy listening rock piece. Drums, bass, guitar, and saxophones accompanied by a storm.
Tape manipulated saxophone and piano.
I learned this song on acoustic a week ago to try and best my roommate's version of "Somewhere Out There" from American Tale. I also needed to test out some new equipment in my studio. Then this happened. Let me know what you think.
I think I actually covered both challenges with this. It's chase music made out of one of the earliest string quartets I'd ever taken a crack at.
An older recording that I just dug up. One of my friend Hawk Coleman's best vocal performances. A bit of a folky melodramatic march that builds pretty big towards the end.
A song written for the very specific occasion of riding home on a bicycle in a light drizzle.
MY attempt at the spy challenge in the month of amnesty. Sexy sax with a chance of knifes in backs.
WARNING: High pitched feedback. Sorry about your ears to everyone streaming the RSS.
This was for an internet cartoon that never took off.
The Number of the Beats give you a taste of what life is like after the show.
Number of The Beats debuts on MeFiMu. This track is guaranteed to get your next party busted.
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