230 tracks by Quetzalcoatlus

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To create the beat to this song, I improvised wildly on midi drums, then let the app try to quantized it.
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A throwback to old school electro, as well as to a much earlier song I once wrote called "Das Doomenhaus".
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Inspired by an offhand comment made on the podcast My Favorite Murder.
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This was just about finished when I decided some audio from my friend Kelcy would add something, so I got her permission to use it.
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Remix of my own track "Do The Stay In Bed".
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I wanted to make a new wave / dance punk style song.
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In 1967, Barry von Imbissstand inherited his father Frederick's Florida pastry shop. After a few months of running the shop conventionally, he had a vision of a giant mallard, which gave him the new title of Lord Patisserie and told him to spread…
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Nuclear Gandhi were a short-lived experimental electronic side project of Texas noise-punk group Shapeshitters - their sole album, 12 AM On The Vomit Clock (1990), is currently out of print.
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When I made album artwork for the "rarities" album Experimental Dandelion Farm, I accidentally included the text "2000-2018" instead of "2010-2018". I thought it would be funny if, instead of just fixing the cover, I uploaded something actually…
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These lyrics are quite old - I originally wrote them about 10 years ago in the form of a "poem", in order to troll a vanity publisher. I always wanted to set them to music, and they happened to fit the drum loop and harmonica piece I was working on.
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A Pink Floyd tribute of sorts.
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One of my "fake video game soundtrack" pieces. The title isn't merely repetition; the first instance of "frightening" is an adjective and the second is a present tense verb - in other words "scary horses scaring other horses".
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Initially inspired by over-analyzing a Carly Rae Jepsen lyric, this piece presents a metaphor for the way many of us live under a capitalistic system. Or something. For the vocals I double tracked my voice and pitched one of the tracks down…
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A short ambient piece featuring the melodica.
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Well, it's true.
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I use this phrase so much in my daily life in customer service, it may as well be a song.
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