Ayo, just put up my Skrillex & Damian Marley “Make it Bun Dem” remix on Soundcloud for free download. It’s a bouncy acid reggae kinda ting gwan down ‘ere. Nah, mean? No? Me either. I have absolutely no idea what I’m talking about.
I made this track last Spring and wasn’t really sure what to do with it so I decided to just throw it up as a free download.
Plucky basses, ’80s phased strings, screeching acid lines and more drums then you can shake a stick at! The perfect soundtrack for your acid-induced police chase!
So, I did a remix of the Skrillex and Damian Marley track “Make It Bun Dem” for the Beatport remix contest. It’s a slow, bouncy groove with 808 bass, a wonky lead, and an acid breakdown in the middle. I have absolutely no chance of winning but you can check it out here anyway…
I’ll throw it up as a free download once the contest is over.
My new EP, “Spellbound”, dropped today and is available as a free download from blocSonic and is also streaming on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/
Here’s a preview of the title track off my upcoming EP for blocSonic.com. The full five song EP will be available as a free download on Tuesday, May 15th. Check it out!
“I’m a creep, I’m a weirdo. What the hell am I doing here? I’m doing the Humpty Hump”
Did you know those were the original lyrics Thom Yorke wrote for Radiohead’s “Creep”? True story. As a matter of fact, Johnny Greenwood has been known to eat lumpy oatmeal and get busy in Burger King bathrooms as a tribute to Humpy himself!
Ok, I made all of that up. Whatever.
Anyway, here is a sped-up, mashed up version of “The Humpty Dance” mixed with Radiohead’s “The National Anthem”. You can download the 320kbps MP3 for free.*
*I will not be held accountable for any urge to “grab ‘em in the biscuits”
Are you secretly living in fear of the day that your smartphone reveals its true form and carries out a sinister plan to kill you in your sleep? I mean really, who isn’t?? The scenario will be very similar to the one reported in the documentary Maximum Overdrive, only next time the machines will be much more technologically advanced.
The robot uprising is inevitable and when it happens it might sound like this. Download the 320kbps MP3 for free and pray that Emilio Estevez is there to save your ass when it all goes wrong!
There were a lot of cool new analog synths introduced at last month’s NAMM show but none as unique as Buchla’s new Skylab synth, complete with a touch-sensitive control surface.
A long time manufacturer of high-end modular synths, the Skylab is Buchla’s attempt at appealing to a wider audience. Don’t let it’s Fisher Price looks fool you – the Skylab is expected to retail for $15,000. If you like playing with knobs and patch cables and have an extra 15k to burn this thing should be able to make some of the best bug noises money can buy!