I've had these lyrics around a while - an older version of this song, just called "Casual Sin", is also available on the "Experimental Dandelion Farm" compilation.
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Written and recorded as part of our family RPM project this year. :-D 13 year old Jasmine on vocals and ukulele. We wrote and recorded 10 songs under the name Cattica. It was just the best month of lockdown imaginable.
11 minutes and 11 seconds of ambient droning for 11/11/11. Basically I played a short improvised keyboard melody, slowed it down a lot and added copious echo, then layered some sped up or slowed down segments of the same recording over that. I…
Written for a member of an online community I'm in. She'd fallen ill, so one of us organized personal care packages for her: Mine included a mix CD, and what better way to personalize such a thing than with a cheesy motivational rap song?
Composed in digital performer for a course in computer music. Some of the presets reminded me of Kraftwerk, so I thought I'd attempt something in that style. "The doom house" was my sister's nickname for her place of residence at the time.
No. 4 is a much more lively 2 minuter, before I probably return to the more epic Movie/Video Game trailer style of creation. Always interested to hear how people visualise the music - the good lady saw a lavish Regency style ball in full flow…
This song was written after I had watched a documentary about Jonestown, which featured music from their choir. They were very talented and I couldn't help wondering if any of them had survived. I'd like to think that there were a couple of 'em…
Formed in Melbrooks, Newfoundland, Smug Drugglers are the duo of Tim and Jim Druggler. "Acid Waltz" is taken from the album Butt Dust, said to be recorded under the influence of a potent mixture of carbona and marinara sauce.
Hanging on my closet, I have a sticker for Narraganset beer and a mock-road-sign reading "Dystopia" with an arrow pointing both directions. The juxtaposition was unintentional, but I decided I liked it.
An unlicensed Castlevania knockoff rush-released in 1986, Demon Fate Nosferatu Castle is now chiefly remembered for its extremely repetitive soundtrack, a short theme that would be looped continuously throughout gameplay. An urban legend had it…
My name’s Mike, and I’ve been making weird electronic music since 2000.
from Boston, US
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