Description : Just having some fun with a little more Metal, but what goes good with Metal these days? Well, that would be good ole Darthy-Boy, the King of Biomechanical Darkness, Lord Vader! If he was to lay down a track, I think it would go a little something like this. Hit It!
Description : This is sort of an Alien-ated Retro-fitted Dance-amacallit I worked on last year 2015, and totally forgot to upload it. Oh well, better late than never, right? - It's prolly not something normal humans might dance to, but if there are some aliens in the house, then feel free to get your groove on, LOL. Peace.
Description : I was thinking about my Scotland ancestors and the bagpipes one day. I've come to realize that Scotland was doing metal before metal was ever invented. The bagpipe is the poor mans metal guitar. It's basically background noise accompanied with harmonic expression. Note changes result in stabbing intermediary distortions. Yep, sounds like metal to me, so I thought... Why not do an experimental track? Something a little unique, but still maintain some Scotland Pride. Something that doesn't drown the pipes, but still gives it flare, thump, and resonance, along with a mild comparison. Everything derived from samples, but the pipes had rhythm and tuning errors in it. This is the first track that took me 5 solid days to dissect and recompile. Why does Scotland have to be difficult? ha ha. --- Enjoy.
Description : Remember when scratchin' first became popular? DJ's became so fascinated and obsessed with it that they literally created Scratch Orchestras. Hey, I love some scratch too, sometimes Itch for it, but I've never put together a Scratch Orchestra... until now. So to all the master DJ's out there, I dedicate this scratch to you. Take a break and chill. It's a bit on the Taboo side, but that's what I do.
Description : Somewhere there is a facility that has had a ridiculous lockdown (or drill) and wished they had some music to go along with it... Soooo, here it is. - Dare you to play it on the PA system. LOL. (P.S. Feel free to help this track find a good home in the correct genre, because I'm not sure myself about this one.)
Description : Had some fun with a little disco music. I couldn't resist saying "GaaROOOVeeY" in it though, so it's in there...lol
Description : Ever had one of them odd tunes that sort of drills into your head and you can't get it out fast enough? Well, I finally got mine out. The only thing is, it's going to be your problem now. LOL. Seriously, don't listen to it. It's terrible and evil. Bad track, bad, BAD!
Description : Welcome to the Jungle. Just various percussions blended together with an intermittent beat that fills in and fills out. A lot of them are congo slaps with other assorted percussion accompanies. Check out towards the end where I briefly have them all running at the same time (scope is louder). To my own surprise it actually sounds pretty good, but I guess it's an acquired taste.
Description : Here's something a little different for your ears. Industrial Jungle Rock Meets Soul. Is it love at first beat? Or should they break up? You Decide.
Aural-E, Chicago Fire, Electro-World Percussion, MetaRock Visions, Jungle Groove, with mods and variations.
Description : Samples in track are a mixture of an ACID GITM 8pack, an old Music Studio library, and an ancient video game developer library. These include popular titles like from Afterhours EDM, Electronic Point Blank, Iced, Liquid Planet, Modular Electronica, and White Rabbit Asylum. This track portrays a vision of immortal enemies from a digital realm. No matter how hard you battle and win, they keep coming back.
Description : Cinematic Jazz Hop (or Funk), with a touch of Western Rock in the middle. Most samples came from an Acid Planet 8 Pack (Magic Boogie). A lot of the samples have been edited (discard what I didn't like). Also found a Buzz Congo loop that seemed to fit in there nicely. I have not done my best on this one. I was just playing around because I haven't done one in a while. Plus I wanted to see what I could mix up with some horns. I might revisit this one some day. Meanwhile... Enjoy "As Is".
Description : Acid Loops were used from the following collections, Afterhours EDM, Evolver, Trance NRG 2. Some SFX and Vocals are from an old Sony collection. Other additions and mods are done by me (The1Observant). It's not really Dance and it's not really Trance, it's more like Electronica Evolution. It will make you move and feel a sense of well being. You may be able to detect I had trouble with the blend and merge, but that's what happens when you get rusty. But, I still did my usual and built it to match my mood. Perhaps you will like it. Enjoy.
Description : Was playing around with some old ACID software and came across some sequences I totally forgot about. This is a marriage of Hip/Hop Scratch, Metal, Mellow Pop Alternative, and Rock at 111 bpm's. Done my way, of course. For those who have been around ACID compilers since 1995, you'll probably recognize some of the loops... Brings back some memories... Have Fun!
Description : Finally got around to making another track. Set your subwoofer on low and slowly increase it. I call this one "Suicide Bombers" because it sort of sounds like old bi-planes flying around and nearly diving to their death. Explosions and other SFX are just background drama. Releasing this the day after 9/11 is a total coincidence and has nothing to do with that horrible day... enjoy.
Description : WARNING, this is creepy stuff...
Universal as in "from the universe", Bass as in "it's got some", Phantasm as in "phantom having a gasm" (not to be confused with the movie). Crank up your woofers and dust them off a little bit. It's not mega-low, but it's low enough. Stuck it in Techno temporarily, I'll probably file it under Weird later, or maybe fusion, or maybe trance... IDK. - True factoid, I never aim for a specific genre. I do what I feel and I am random like that.
Description : Just something I threw together for some background audio. I used it on YouTube. You can too, if you want to. You're welcome. I stuck it in Hip Hop because that was the largest inspiration, but technically it's like a Ethnic Hip Hop creation (don't have a slot for that)... I'm a proud weirdo... lol ... might be considered a little pop, let's try that too.
Description : Ever had something on your mind and you wanted to get it off your chest? And, it didn't matter who heard it just as long as somebody heard it? And, you also wanted it to be productive at the same time while you're sending the message? - Well, that's what this track is. - Check the Lyrics page for detail.
Description : I call this "I Don't Know" for a few reasons. 1) It almost sounds like the guitar is saying "I Don't Know" in a wah-wah way. 2) I don't really know what to call this track. 3) I don't know what lyrics I could squeeze in it, therefore I didn't design it for lyrics. So, it's just a big I Don't Know track. - The thing about me is I usually spend a lot of time just listening to each individual loop over and over continuously until I can paint a flow in my mind and mate it all together. After I find what fits where then some variations just materialize in my mind with the flow and I make the proper adjustments. It's like working on a Bonzai Tree. You just cut away what you don't want to be there. - But sometimes it's like particular frequencies in a dull grouping interfere with my imagination and prevent me from going any further. It's weird and I've never understood why that happens. But, I always try my best and this is what I came up with this time.
Description : I was playing around with some Acid packs and picked out a few loops I thought were interesting. In the process I got a mental image of a large outside field with speakers placed in multiple sectors (like maybe for a concert audio test). Somebody has to get out there and check the equipment during the test, so get some audiophiles out there for an earfull. With a little imagination, some homemade radio chatter, and me trying to make different voices (not an easy task with my southern accent), I came up with this gig. My goal is to make you smile. Hope it works.
Description : Thought I would try a track with lots of distortion in it. I had fun bending a few guitar segments to make it cry a bit. I couldn't come up with any vocals, just couldn't get the music to talk to me like that, so I just let the tunes do the talking for me this time. I guess it's still not bad for a first jab at this. Not sure where to stick it. Rock? Metal? Dance? Country? Trickety-hip-bop-doo? Countrikancametock? Let's try Country... naah... Let's go with Rock for now. On second thought, maybe Country would be okay.
Description : I found some loops that jogged my memory of a very old dream. I'm running down a path through some woods. I'm trying to get away from a wolf that seems to chase for sport before making a kill. In the real dream it never ended, but in the track I draw an obvious conclusion to complete the dream.
The explicit content is only 1 word "s**t", some people don't mind, but others do, so the track is marked accordingly.
For full effect, listen with headphones.
Warning: Metal music at play. Noise is art.
Description : I wanted to create something that other people may relate to. "They Took Me" has a dark alien touch to it. An abductee has a message for you from a place far, far away in the extremes of the Universe.
It begins with an incoming spaceship. Then surveillance scanning. Then Extraction and complete removal of a human. For what purpose?... Your guess is as good as mine, use your imagination. The ship leaves, but it may return again some day.
Voice and some SFX are my originals. Others are modifications from royalty free loops. Beat and tunes are from an Acid Pack, but of course I just had to alter them a little bit (can't resist).
As a special note: Many years ago I believed Ancient Alien Astronauts were going to return and collect their children (US). Although I don't believe anymore, this track still represents my old past passion for Alien Vistors. I suspect this track may mean something special to others, and so I dedicate this to you (you know who you are).
Description : This is the first time I've ever done anything like this. It's amazing what you can do with a little effort. The funny thing is my brain, mouth, and beats just wouldn't sync up right this time, so I had to do some crafty editing to make it sound okay. Not to mention I think I have a terrible voice, so I doctored that up too (handicap alert... lol). And, NO, I didn't use auto-tune. It's more fun playing with the transpose keys (okay, I guess you could count that as semi-auto-tune).
But anywho... the setting... pretend you're in New York clubbin', it's after midnight, you're still drinking, and you don't care what music is playing... okay?... now click PLAY.. ha ha
Description : I thought I would try some trance and see what I could come up with. The robotic voice is me. Some of the sound effects came from my old DarkBasic royalty free media collection. AcidPlanet provided the bulk of the hearty loops, but the variations, mods, and tweaks are all my idea. I worked on it until my head exploded and said I can't do any better. So this is the final cut... I'm tired... enjoy
Description : (I updated this track with a voice melody, because I wasn't entirely happy with the old one.)
The Drip Vaping Beatboxer is just a little something I was toying around with. I made every single sound from scratch with nothing more than a cheap mic, my mouth, and my computer. Not a single conventional musical instrument was used. It was a pain to do, but I wanted to see if I could do it.
For those who don't know what "Drip Vaping" is... It's electronic cigarette lingo for dripping nicotine fluid directly into an atomizer and taking a draw from it. The sizzling noise in the background of the track is a recording of me actually using an electronic cigarette and drip vaping. The loudest part of the noise is the sound of air flowing into the E-Cig. - Switched genre to Weird, but we really need a World genre somewhere on here, or Mood, or something.