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Description : Today's six track recording of a live song which I've been practicing for several days. I broke many of my own rules when getting this to the product it is now. Times have been rough around here, with pressure building from all sides. You can feel it in the air, and in all the people. I can only hope that after the US election, some of the pressure releases. All tracks recorded simultaneously - Vocals via my 100 Proof Microphone, Monotribe, Beatstep, two modular synth tracks (one beatstep controlled and one by my four step sequencer), Zoom RT-123, 2xKawa circuit bent drum box, Boss RV-3 reverb/delay.

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  1. royalnation
    royalnation on Thu 25th Apr 2019 - 4 years ago

    This is great! Good job with fearless music making. It's nice to hear something different. I hear Skinny Puppy here, Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, and all that. You have a great style. Keep it up.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Your comment is well taken, and I'm sorry for the late reply! I dig the bands that you mention, so it makes me happy! This song is still a personal favorite of mine, and it helps to get a positive comment on it. Thanks!

  2. eggs0ntoast
    eggs0ntoast on Sat 16th Feb 2019 - 5 years ago

    nice mate i been playing round similar ideas lately :)

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks buddy! I'll take a walk by your page, even if it is a couple years late!

  3. LXjay
    LXjay on Wed 26th Apr 2017 - 6 years ago

    hardware rules

    Reply by Spivkurl

    That it does my friend! Can't help but feel unfulfilled when I do too much software synthesis lately. This one turned out nice, and should be on an album quite soon! Thanks for listening!

  4. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Fri 9th Dec 2016 - 7 years ago

    I can relate to the desperation, the frustration, the agonizing in the vocal. Given over 600 plays, someone else must be feeling this as well. congrats on great work Pat.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    These are surely desperate times, and then the po po's and admins wonder why people are acting out in desperation! It is one of the few medicines left for a sick society. I had no idea this song would get played this much, since it's over 700 now! Soundcloud is so pathetic now... this song has 13 plays there... just sayin'! It's always a pleasure to have you visit one of my songs, and I'm looking forward to seeing what's new on your profile.

  5. mudhoen
    mudhoen on Thu 8th Dec 2016 - 7 years ago

    Damn this track is a journey on its own. From the hasty highway through the industrial part of the town straight to the central station and back again!The constant flow of the modulation gives this track a lot of energy. The vocal breaks are very smart implented to keep teh track interesting all 6 minutes long. Nice work!

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey mudhoen! Thank you for taking a listen to this one and leaving your words! Had a blast recording this one, and it was quite cathartic as well. The song captured a moment in time pretty successfully, which is not always easy to do within the confines of a DAW. Been having an interesting time rehabilitating from all the years of virtual sound, and I think it is helping me grow as an artist. I really appreciate you stopping by!

  6. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Fri 2nd Dec 2016 - 7 years ago

    Feels like I'm on an Autobhan and someone's superglued the accelerator wide open...or is this an automatic reaction to the inevitable political fallout brewing stateside...whatever it is there's definitely some gear crunching going on, man this is in a totally manic modulation zone, some super fluctuating grooves which get hyper convoluted yet bounce into that sweet spot enough to keep the continuity honest, for a live recording it's awesome Pat, I hope no neighbours were injured during this performance ;).....I think your music is coming from your id as in Forbidden Planet, I see the steps to the music room bending under an invisible force, though there are no bad vibes here...Pat Morbius..has a nice ring to it! haha..you are one off the wall musician man and the world is a better place for it!...cheers Dave :)

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hello Dave, and thank you for this awesome comment! I'm thinking that the whole situation which led to this recording has much to do with whatever they were spraying aerially in the weeks leading up to the election. We would hear the planes, then see the time release clouds, then there would be "cloud" cover for days, and all you could do was hear the planes. Each time the planes made their repeated passes, within an hour or less we would start to hear emergency vehicle sirens, and we would begin to feel the not so subtle neurological effects. One such time, a woman drove into parked cars across the street, pressing five cars against each other. As the election approached, I got the distinct impression that the spraying would break after we voted. Bang! After the election, clear skies for days, and winter could begin. Still I fear that the hardships are yet to come, at least personally. ... Since I was doing vocals, everything was monitored through headphones, so if a neighbor heard something, it was those raw vocals. Your words - "I see the steps to the music room bending under an invisible force, though there are no bad vibes here..." definitely strike a chord, and they bring to mind "Ray Bradbury Theatre" I've been watching those over again recently, and the introduction, where he describes his "toy shop" and "alien landscape" where he draws his ideas from - they make me think of my studios and the process I've been moving toward. I really appreciate the feedback, as always. If I could fave comments, this would be one of them! Thank you!

  7. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Sun 20th Nov 2016 - 7 years ago

    This is actually really cool although I never listen to this kind of music (alsmost never). I totally love the fuzzy sound. It's brilliant, and the vocals really spice it up, would have loved them in the middle with some doubler on the sides maybe but totally like the fuzzy sound.

    The breakdowns are pure electricity! The rhythm is alert and I like that a lot, it sounds like it's pushing you forward and then dragging you back.

    Funny how so much distortion and fuzzyness can work so well together! Actually reminded a bit of The Prodigy...don't ask why. There's a lot of groove in there!


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey Mahloo! Thank you so much for the kind and supportive comments on this track! I am humbled by the reaction of many of the users here, and it gives me drive to do more along this line. The rhythms and the breaks were definitely what told me that this was the take, and that I needn't go any further, so I'm glad you liked what you heard as well. I really appreciate the listen and the fave!!!

  8. joecramer
    joecramer on Sat 19th Nov 2016 - 7 years ago

    Hello Spivkurl,
    this sounds really like -back in time-
    If i had heard this one in the beginning of the 80's i bet that it would played by many of my friends and me very often and very loud.
    This tune has this special feeling of a need for changes on so many levels in the system. The vocals/lyrics is a kind of a war cry against everything and all. That is something i really love.
    Very wild, very free and sure very unique.
    Good to know that this kind of revolution against -normality- is still alive! The fact that you played it all live brings all a level higher......

    Really great stuff. And with the words of -die Antwoord- i have to say:
    I fink u freeky but i really like it!

    stay tuned

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Joe, thank you for your kind words! It seems like you definitely understand where I was coming from while recording this song. Seems that I can always count on you for support, and I appreciate that! "This tune has this special feeling of a need for changes on so many levels in the system." - That really said it all for me, as this "need" is part of all of my days. Life has become so strange and artificial feeling... I can't even imagine how much worse it is in a larger city! I will continue to work (too) hard, in my own (small) way to change things for the better. I just can't seem to get this experience of a convergence of energy from DAW based work lately... and computers are starting to just be an annoyance in general, at least much of the time. Stay tuned for something off my cassette EP, hopefully later today! Thanks much!

  9. TrippyHippyCrew
    TrippyHippyCrew on Sun 13th Nov 2016 - 7 years ago

    Very chop and screw, I like it! how do you make a song with swing sound good like this?

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Heh, haven't heard "chop and screw" for a little bit of time! Honestly, this was a live and a bit spontaneous, so I can't fully explain how the swing worked out. The Beatstep and Monotribe had a lot to do with it, and the 2xKawa has been noted by some very experienced friends as possessing a lot of swing by nature. It was the inspiration that made this work out, I needed to do it, and so it was done. Thank you for listening and leaving a comment!

  10. felixamodeo
    felixamodeo on Sun 13th Nov 2016 - 7 years ago

    I like the glitchyness in this one. Dynamics are way better then my track I just uploaded on here... yeesh... I can only imagine how many times you had to practice this to get it perfect. Great work!

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey thank you for listening and leaving a comment! The practice wasn't too bad, since it went from idea to completion in just a few days. Having the instruments and the idea both at hand, the rest went pretty well. Happy to read your words! I will return the favor in a moment!

  11. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Sat 12th Nov 2016 - 7 years ago

    Spiv. How are you doing, man?

    I like this one. If I had to describe it to someone who has never heard your work, I would tell them to imagine as if Nivek Ogre and Mothersbaugh founded RevCo. Not to minimize your creative talents by comparing, but rather to say your abilities sit in good company.

    I like the sense of urgency in this. It's like a manic feasting, or compulsive consumption.

    I'm still amazed at your abilities to use full analogue. I might be able to figure out how to produce a sound. (singular), but I'd definitely get lost trying to figure out routing, and patching. Therefore, I have a healthy respect for your work. I tip my hat to you, sir.

    Take care.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey there! It's good to hear from you! I've been slow in replying while on other projects lately. Trust me, the artist comparisons which you used are complimentary, and not taken as any sort of insult! What you describe is bit how it felt in practice and recording this song... it did feel quite urgent to make this song happen before it was too late.

    It seems that I take things too literally. When people speak about me using "full analog," I get the urge to mention all the aspects of it which were not analog. Things are different these days, and it seems accepted that any hardware besides a computer is analog, so I am trying to adapt. I do appreciate your amazement though. This song was musically very about routing and patching... I hope to do many more in this fashion.

    Thanks much!

  12. PortraitOfABlackHole
    PortraitOfABlackHole on Thu 10th Nov 2016 - 7 years ago

    interesting again. I actually really like the vox, gave me a bit of goosebumps at 2.50

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Yep, that was a very "goosebumply" week... chemicals dripping from the "clouds", woman screaming in pain on the ground, strange lights in the sky... you know the drill. Happy that you enjoyed the listen! Thank you for taking time to leave a comment!

  13. Timmons2
    Timmons2 on Sun 6th Nov 2016 - 7 years ago

    Hey Spivkurl, you are probably one of the most experimental artist on the loop. You've always been the rule breaker in a great way. You actually gave a positive comment on a track of mine a while back which was a very pleasant surprise. Don't change your artistry. Continue to artistically distrupt the norm. I expect nothing less than game changing from you.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey, your comment is much appreciated, and I apologize for taking so long to respond! Your compliments make me happy this morning. You may be right about things, as we never quite see ourselves in the way that others can see us... Over the years, I have tended to create arbitrary rules for myself, taking cues from real life and my efforts to control my actions. Like in real life, when rules become to stringent, the urge to break them becomes overwhelming, and shit explodes. I figure that in music, the same could happen... so now breaking these rules I have built for myself will allow me to continue without hurting myself or others... and to wait for the opportune time to break rules in real life. Been ultra productive, but less social, so not on the Loop as often. I do have a new direct to cassette tape EP recorded, which a song or two may end up on here soon. Built some new instruments as well, which will show up in later works I'm sure. Thank you for your support and the great comment! Please have a good day!

  14. djtheobserver01
    djtheobserver01 on Fri 4th Nov 2016 - 7 years ago

    Yo SpivKurl !

    i hear some interesting things..
    Its a cool track and is going faster and faster ..
    Well, my feet are on the ground again..
    thank you for the yourney..

    greetzz .

    i made a new track and i used some of your loops.
    something totaly diferent.. haha.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey buddy! Thanks for taking a listen to this one! Apologies for taking so long to reply! Happy that you enjoyed the journey... it has been interesting to work live lately for sure... a different experience. Next upload will probably be from a direct to cassette tape EP which I did over the full moon in November. Seven songs in two days! Hope you are well! I will be trying to find the song you mentioned in a moment. Take care!

  15. Nodog
    Nodog on Sun 30th Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    Hey Pat , one of the guys here mentioned this reminds him of System of a Down. Never having heard them work i went over to YT and had a listen to "Chop Suey" and i was blown away by that track it has about 46 million hits incredible. In your track i like the angst i like the pain and i like to hear anger i always think nothing good comes to anyone except through PAIN which in turn leads to GROWTH. Excellent stuff best regards Robbie.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey Robbie! Thank you for giving this track a listen! I apologize for having been absent lately... it's been a hard time, with much stress and illness. Things will get better, and I won't forget about those stems you sent. You are right about pain, and that is an optimistic way to think about it. Please have a good day!

  16. BeatMaker4real
    BeatMaker4real on Sat 29th Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    Another circuitry masterpiece Spivkurl..always amazed at the sounds you come up with in your tracks...

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks buddy! It's good to hear from you! Building a new instrument as we speak, just waiting for some paint to dry. It should fit in nicely with this performance aspect I'm driving at. I'm happy you liked what you heard!

  17. BentonMcKenzie
    BentonMcKenzie on Fri 28th Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    I applaud your creativity. Not really my style of music but i'm open minded. The drum cadence is almost like a army of soldiers marching in my mind. 3:51 I needed that release because my mind was beginning to spin. But all in all I'm impressed with your arrangement and your thought process. Those synths are cool and the vocals almost remind me of like a scary movie or something. Not really familiar with the genre so I can't compare it to anything. But kudos to your 2 track. Peace & Blessings.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Industrial is definitely a big listening preference for me, and I definitely like to create it as well... though this is not exactly my style either. I say this since I haven't done a completely live track with vocals for well over a decade. I think of live oriented industrial as being a fairly different thing from what much of industrial has become in recent years, in the same was as I think of most other genres. Some peep behind a computer and a stack of VSTs can barely consider themselves a performer, and most genres are far more potent when they are performed. I'm happy that you enjoyed what you heard overall, and I appreciate that you took a walk outside of your comfort zone! Thanks!

  18. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Fri 28th Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    Hey my dear friend

    Love the intro to this one, liking the drive to this track mate, contagious groove and vibe about it, definitely has your signature sound flowing from within, great vocals my friend, nicely distorted fitting in great with sound of the mix, nice clarity and arrangement...fav...mosaic...PS hope all is going okies with you my friend, not heard from you for a bit now, you are in my thoughts mate for sure, will try and email over weekend...Respect friend...mos...

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey friend, good to hear from you! As you can probably tell from this track, life has been a bit frightening and painful of late... and saying "a bit" is being optimistic. I've been working hard to hone my skills at performing entire songs live on my own, since it really is the ideal for a multi-instrumentalist such as myself... plus it will give me that much more power when Love and I get back to work on Iris-T-Shirt tunes, since we did a lot of things live. Beneath it all, I'm doing okay, aside from continuing legal issues. I should get my bankruptcy certificate in the next couple of weeks, so that will be nice. Still hopeful that I won't be sent to jail in January... Been working hard on various projects, such as putting up a nice stylish fence in our side yard, making the house more secure, and harvesting some nice produce and herbs... raspberries in November in Minnesota is not normal at all (goes out to those still in denial of the drastic change in climate). Thanks for taking a listen, and leaving your always supportive words! I will try to keep in touch better!

  19. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Thu 27th Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    vocal clip is classic spivkurl angst and well mixed into the track. i heard from Alex (promenade) recently. He is experimenting a lot with MicroKorg. I thought about your unique sound creations, well evidenced here, when reviewing Alex's samples. All inpsiring me to journey out into less familiar soundscapes. Regards.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks for stopping by to listen! The vocal clip was all live, but each track was recorded individually so that I could do a subtle final mix. I also just received a communication from Alex where he mentioned his microkorg... I do like that synth despite it's shortcomings. Been using it since 2002 or so, about the time it came out. I think it is still the only synth that I've ever purchased new. The DWGS waveforms (a'la DX7 and other FM synths) on it are a nice touch, which expand the vintage vibes and can give a reasonable organ sound. I'm happy that you enjoyed listening to this one! I am working hard to hone my live skills again, and hope to do more in this vein once I finish my new instrument build... you know me, I'm easily distracted by hands on stuff. Thanks buddy!

  20. devv
    devv on Sun 23rd Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    hey... long time... after many years i have logged into this site... and the first music i heard was ur music.. and it really imppressed me.. great experiment... i hope u remember me.. we already have a collab long time ago.. checkout my profile.. in that u will find out our collab and u remember at that time.. anyways.. that was amazing track which gave a superrbbb output... keep muzzzikkkinnnngggggg broo... cheerssss

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Wow, it really has been a while hasn't it! So happy to see you! Of course I remember! This is simply an expression of my feelings, and further training in the live one-man performance aspect of my music, which does not get nearly enough attention from myself. Working hard to create songs which will be effective in a live setting with no support at all. It's a challenge, but that is how an artist grows, I suppose. Working on a magnetic tape based instrument today, based on some ideas by Reed Ghazala and Arius Blaze. Something I've wanted to do for a while. I will check out your profile and then get back to it. Thank you for listening my friend!

  21. MWRatridge
    MWRatridge on Sat 22nd Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    Very intense. You must be smoking some good stuff lol. Kinda like Pink Floyd meets System Of A Down on acid.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey buddy, it's been a while! Unfortunately, this has been a ridiculously unmedicated summer and fall. Went without cannabis for the longest time in probably fifteen or so years. It has hurt really bad of course, although I have learned some things... I learned I cann't talk to people when I'm angry or ill unless I want to get charged with a crime (which I am again). I learned how to refinish old hardwood floors (which is in my Studio B and eventually the entire house). I learned how to make soymilk, nutmilk, tofu and tempeh (which has saved me a ton of money and walking or cab fare). And now, obviously, I am re-learning live band performance, but on my own. I dig much of Pink Floyd's stuff, but have never really gotten into SOAD... as far as I know, they were very popular in the time when I checked out of society and media pretty much completely (1996-2000). I think it was a good time to check out though, as I have developed very differently from my peers since then. I appreciate you stopping by my friend!

  22. lAVel
    lAVel on Sat 22nd Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    Well...that was...something ? :D I can't say how i feel about this track at the moment. But i liked parts from 00:00 - 2:05 and from 4:40 till the end.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you for listening and leaving your comment! I get why you liked the parts which you did... since this was all a live performance, the sync was hard to achieve, and that middle section got a bit messy. I am however happy with the result, considering only a couple of days between patching the hardware and devising the idea to recording this take. It's a good workout standing where I'm surrounded by instruments, and turning to reach more than one of them at once to make the momentary changes while trying to prepare for the vocal parts. Thanks again!

  23. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Fri 21st Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    To hell with US election ! We want Spiv for president !
    What you created my friend is more real than Donalds's and
    Hillary's bullshit! No joke Pat....I simply adore the madness you served here. In many ways it reflects the realities of today's world. Big 'fav' for this one !

    Wee'll make Looperman great again______Orlando

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Ahh, to receive a comment like this from you is such a pleasure! I'm happy that you understand as well. With how things are becoming around here, anything would be preferable... anarchy, violent revolution, nuclear war... anything. I'm already a perpetual victim, and I already have the causes to drive me... the only thing standing in the way is a militaristic police state which only values it's surreptitious mind control over the populace. It's working too! I don't know why it's not working on me... Maybe the lack of TV commercials? Maybe the lack of mobile technology? Maybe the lack of medication? Maybe the lack of vaccination? Maybe the rejection of GMO/pesticide/herbicide/hormone laden food? Maybe the soil microorganisms that I touch? Maybe the entheogenic substances? Maybe because I've never legally driven a car? It could be any of these or more! I seem to obviously see things which others are unable to look at, even when they are shown. I don't get it. There is a reason I will be voting for Jill Stein again this year, even though she is a doctor. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are both on the payroll of the same corporations, and thus neither will serve to change things for the better. Green party does not accept corporate donations, and corporations are who currently control USA, possibly the world? No matter what happens, I could see myself with only what I can carry in the next couple of years. I may as well enjoy this materialism while I can. Thank you for the very supportive comment, and for listening! Looperman has been a constant source of inspiration over the years, and I hope that it continues through the strife which will come. Have a good day!

  24. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Thu 20th Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    wow it's special! totally xperimental. it's similar when my computer crash lol
    i like it ;) really interesting work


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey BLEEP, thank you for listening and leaving some kind words! It's nice being supported in doing something different from what I have been. What's nice about this, is that as long as some one is there to listen, this is completely independent of the computer. The only reason I used it was to record the independent tracks, and get it rendered to a state people could hear it online. I would have liked to hook up one of my cassette decks as well, but got lazy! Life is hard enough without the possibility of freaking out due to computer crashes, and I know exactly how that feels... don't we all? Thanks again!

  25. Crypt
    Crypt on Thu 20th Oct 2016 - 7 years ago

    Amazing man. This tracks slays! The synth during the stop at 3:48 is so evil and gritty. The drums are awesome. And the vocal effects kick ass! Great work on this!

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Crypt, I thank you for being the first to comment on this one! I'm glad it was someone who appreciates the modular, industrial, lofi aesthetic! It is really a good feeling to finally be making strides in the one-man band live arena, as it's been a goal for a long time. The vocals weren't really planned, but simply thoughts which had been prominent in the last week, and in some part influenced by an injured woman screaming across the street on Monday. The drums are overly simple, since I had to do everything in real time, as opposed to detailed DAW work... I had to choose my battles to limit the length of the song. I am really happy with the break parts... the modular really worked out well there, and it was very present since it depended on what step I stopped the sequencer on as to how it reacted to the amplitude modulation changes. I will definitely be doing more stuff in this mode! Thanks again!

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Tags : | Industrial | 2.36 MB

Description : This is an instrumental track. I made this using a couple of loops and samples I created in the past. The software used was FL Studio 9.

Description : Here's a kind of industrial type thing. Kind of. It's a little more 4 0n the floor compared to most of my stuff. Enjoy.