Description : Here is an interesting mix of sounds for you. This one has some awesome beats and synths, and yet some chill rhodes as well. Reviews are always much appreciated :)
You can also hear this song on my profile at bandcamp.com
Description : This song has a pretty interesting mix of feels. it combines a lot of electronic stuff with some Asian strings and a heavy beat at th beginning and end. I will just let you listen to it and interpret the song how you feel.
Description : One of the more exciting tracks from my upcoming album, Mare Novum. This one has some cool distant beats behind piano and swelling pads. Comments are much appreciated :)
Description : My upcoming album (the first one I truly plan on releasing for sure) features a number of interlude pieces, all entitled Stanza. Here is Stanza I, which is a static-filled ambient pleasure to listen to.
Description : Here is a song from my new album. It's a mostly subdued track with distant bells/rhodes sections. The whole track is bathed in a bit of static distortion, as is the theme with my new work.
Description : Here is a track from the new album I currently producing. Lots of tasty static and panning synths to enjoy here. This is one of the more upbeat tracks I have written. Most of the others are very subdued, almost minimalist. Hope you like it!
Description : This is a Guitar Pro track I recently wrote for a band I am trying to do with my friend. The style is pretty unique, so you should listen for yourself and categorize it how you see fit. Feedback is much appreciated.
Description : This has an ambient/post-rock type of feel with build-ups akin to Godspeed You! Black Emperor. I don't know how I feel about this compared to my other work. I doubt I will keep with this style.
Description : This was supposed to be a possible start for a new EP, but I don't know about it. The style of this and my other song, Rainguage, seem to lack heart when compared to my other work. Anyway, I may release an album in 2011, so keep an eye out. It will likely be called "Wildfire" and be released under the artist name "Monodrone".
Description : This is a very odd track I made to follow up another one of mine. It features a somber piano and a strange orchestral middle section. I hope you enjoy it!
The sounds of fire emulate the feeling of being burned, and relate to the album title of which this track is on, "Wildfire".
Description : Here is another ambient tune for all of you. It's fairly similar to my song Douse the Fires, and like that is an ambient piece which should be listened to as a feeling rather than a song. Take a little time to think about life as you listen to this song.
This title is actually a very personal thing for me, which is unusual, because I rarely write personal titles or lyrics.
Description : This is a very dark ambient piece I made using some loops from around the site with a soft funk feel mixed in. The darkness gives the impression of sitting at the bottom of the ocean in a sunken boat.
Description : This song is mostly an orchestral/ambient piece which swells up and down over its course. It has moments of pure beauty mixed with an overshadowing darkness hidden beneath. The name is taken from the name of a defunct band I once played drums with.
Description : I really do love this song. It's all ambiance, but it draws some comparisons to interlude pieces like Treefingers off Radiohead's Kid A, or Monodrones, from Oceansize's Home & Minor EP. Hopefully you all like it. Just a short ambient interlude with plenty of effects.
Description : This is a pretty strange ambient/experimental tune I made. I really don't know how to explain it, since it is so unusual, but at the same time, pretty interesting. I will see what you all think of it.
Description : This is a track I am very proud of. It combines cinematic elements, a dark piano melody over a nice drum beat, and many cinematic orchestral interludes strung throughout with an alternative rock section in the middle. Enjoy!
Description : I really have no clue where to categorize this song, so I will pick acoustic. It is so unique.. This song combines a sad orchestral intro, and an ethnic string part, eventually coming together with a powerful beat before fading out with an orchestral finale.
Description : This song was made as a possible electronic song for my band, influenced by Radiohead, somewhat similar to how Thom Yorke creates certain songs on a laptop while touring. With vocals and some remixing, it has potential, but I don't know how I feel about it. I think I can make something better.
Description : This is a random song me and my buddy made in the Apple store one day. We could barely even hear when we recorded and dubbed things over, so the time is a bit bad. But it's very good for not being able to hear the metronome
Description : This is a nice fresh song from a season-themed EP I am making. It is representative of the beginning of spring. This track is a fairly straight forward electronic/dance tune with a cool synth vamp.
Description : This is a very old track of mine from 2007 I think. You will probably be able to tell my editing skills have increased greatly since then. But this song is still fun - it has a hard beat and ethnic guitars to go along with it.
Description : I am quite proud of this track. Possibly the most beautiful song I have made. It is rather long and doesn't change much, so you will need some patience to hear it through. I did some MIDI work on this too, which isn't common for me.
Description : It's very obvious that the name reflects the feel in parts of this song. Once more, like most of my recent work, it changes so much that I cannot define any certain genre.
Description : No clue how to describe this track. It's rather unusual. Combination of some acoustic rock, electronic music, DnB, ambient, orchestral, and, uh...stuff. Very interesting track.
Description : This track is meant to follow right after my other song, Command the System. This one is a bit more subdued, but it is still pretty hard in spots. From my latest album which is going to be all electronic music. Rather new stuff for me. I named it afer the Blackwater PMC, for no reason in particular.