This has a little bit of early music flair to it with a nice vocal performance (if you don’t like the vocals, you can get a version without in the super download). I’ve listened to this piece non-stop for like an hour. Still beautiful! The least you could do is listen to this once! It is only a few minutes. Go ahead! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Reverbs, reverbs, reverbs! You want reverbs in you music, you got reverbs right here! Room reverbs, plate reverbs, even some spring reverbs! It is amazing! It is incredible! How can there be so much reverb?! So… why… You get a very hollow spooky thin feeling with the reverbs. This started out as an attempt to understand Witch House music. Pretty sure I still don’t understand it. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Vaguely exotic sounding, yet still comfortably tonal, this piece certainly falls between some cracks. Gamelan is listed as an instrument… but that’s sort of like listing an orchestra as an instrument… which I sometimes do. The other thing in here is that helicon. Imagine you take a french horn (which is like 5 meters of tubes) and make it even bigger! I guess it is also the name of a mountain in Greece? I did not use the mountain in this piece. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A very electronic semi-soothing piece of bleeps and bloops! I originally wrote this piece to be calm, but in the uncompressed download, there are a couple of faster versions! YOU CANNOT CONTAIN THE EXCITEMENT!
The year is… I have no idea. Timeless. Could be now, could be in the 1950s. Super cool jazz for your hardcore detectives! Also useful for beat poets! Also useful for ennui or boredom! Well, interesting sorts of boredom.