I’m very proud to announce the release of a new full length album, In Control.
is an hour-long seamless mix of original house-centric dance music. It began life as many different tracks, produced at different intervals throughout the last 5 years. Earlier this year I scoured my projects archive to stem everything out for live performance
, and spent a few months practicing and tightening everything up. In Control
is the culmination of those efforts.
From a two-hour Live jam session (Ableton + Behringer BCR2000 + Novation Launchpad) I whittled and polished and huffed and puffed (my eardrums) until you get what you hear here.
Mostly house, sometimes not. Mostly nice, sometimes nasty, this album is available for “free” (pay what you want) over at Bandcamp
You can stream a seamless version from Soundcloud
Thanks, and happy listening.
For the last few months I’ve been working on a music video for a track off my ‘Find Me EP
’ from 2012. It’s been an incredible amount of (mostly fun) work, and I’m happy to say it’s finally done. [full screen + hd recommended!]
The music was created using Ableton Live, and the video was created using Cinema 4D 3d animation software… I think our power bill actually went up due to all the rendering that multiple computers were doing over the last few months.
I learned so much over the course of making this video. There are some specific resources I’d like to point out in case anyone reading this is getting into C4D and wants awesome teachers. The internet is full of answers for motion graphics questions, and the C4d community seems always happy to help :
I’ve released a 3 song EP, entitled “Find Me”, for free on Bandcamp. A little Drum & Bass, a pinch of Trap and 808 Downtempo. I pulled vocal duties on the title track, and Sarah Harrison provided the spoken word bits on the second. She was very nice in letting me use samples from her piece Tourist, which reminded me very much of old Underworld-style vocals.
The “Find Me” EP is available free on Bandcamp. Get it now!
“Pluralism” is a collection of songs conceived / recorded on the Teenage Engineering OP-1 digital synthesizer and mixed / polished in Ableton Live. It’s a marriage of lo-fi improvisation, 4-track overdub recording, modern production trickery, and old fashion engineering. A digest of exalted mistakes.
OP-1 users can download an archive of (almost) all the presets used in the conception of this album here.