Shouts out to Laser Jesus & his comrade-at-arms Robot Moses for giving us the traction we needed to pull this off.
This song is an effort to blend influences of beat-boxing, freestyle lyrical flows, Tuvan throat singing, & space-age jazz lounge stylistics into something that is eminently listenable…read more
This song was inspired by me finding out one day that I am no longer impressed by people just because they work for one of the intelligence agencies in the Federal government.
For instance, it is sort of embarassing that the NSA are still licking their wounds, after several skirmishes with…read more
This composition is an extension of my goal to evolve musically by working on each part of the music individually.
I’m still seeing what works / doesn’t work, it’s hard out here for a pimp.
In any case, I’m getting a hella much better at freestyling nowadays, I got a bug up my butt that…read more
Frustrated with some of his familial challenges, Jack Merlot makes time to spend with his surrogate ( LEPIDOPTERA ) family, who have recently adopted a turtle from nearby Lake Minnetonka.
They used to be called “White Russians”, back in the day. Now some people have got to callin’ em “Caucasians”, which I guess usually wouldn’t sit that well with some folk.
Well, not at first. But now that the curtains have closed on Shadowbroker’s Cinema, it’s time to get back to our roots…read more
Created for the Sound-In event “F” theme, but also coinciding conceptually with Jim Goodin’s delay project, Passing the Torch.
fretless junk strat tuned FFCACF through DL4 delay modeler.
Based on a poem by William Sharp that I found while researching my family history.
The poem has been put to music once already, by one Christopher Goldsack, http://www.sundown.pair.com/Sharp/piratepoem.htm but I wanted to put my own little twist on it.
Horror meets pirate meets disco meets…read more
The only way out is up.
Jack Merlot goes electric.
driving that Infiniti all along the coast
doctor of divinity - I didn’t mean to boast
with your strange affinity for whiskey & coke
and looking at the stars
brother Shawn, here’s a disk for your collection
we’re gonna go check out this here natural selection
sell it to the lady up the stairs…read more
afrocentricity ft am-rica
Play this simultaneously with Parmegiani’s Creation du Monde and it all becomes clear.
World War Nine
Shadow Broker Currency
Vocals : Jack Merlot
Sampling : Ake Kappatsu
Drums : Miroslav Doppelbock
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So, I know you don’t really know me
now do ya
But I say this non-sarcastically
straight to ya
I am not afraid…read more
Wow…wow…wow!!! This is awesome! Your creating again!
This song is just… some improvised music I recorded for a Valentine’s Day project that I now realize will never happen.
So, in the spirit of the Creative Commons, I’m posting the Tuvan-throat-singing-Buddhist-Monk multitrack vocal session, & inviting you, the Musician, to create your own…read more
I put some music to your vocals and posted it on my page. Thank you.
This means you’re not supposed to be able to get real medication anymore because you’ve proven to the doctors you’re a two-bit grifter & a zero-seven burnout with no hope of recovery.
Are you in Minneapolis?
I know field recordings are somewhat frowned upon here, but this recording, “Soundproof Sex Dungeon”, also has Ake Kappatsu noodling around on a filter agent.
Hey, this is Kris bro and I was right, ha!!!!!!!!! GO back and listen to No Doubt’s Hey Baby! Better yet watch the vid! Gwen Stafani clearly says: “Girls say, girls say…hey baby hey!…followed by boys say!