Description : A vortex of vintage synths. Dedicated to dear friend Joe Funktastic. Dear Joe, I listen to your music in this difficult period, hoping to hear from you soon.
Description : I wrote this song some time ago when I was living in Florida. It's even more true today.
Vocals by Arthur Granquist, guitar by the great Kevin Lysen, drums by Marc Karmatz, also the recording engineer.
The idea musically was to take some rock and some bluegrass elements, mash 'em up and see what happened.
Every day is a struggle to do better in a crazy world.
Description : Jim wanted to record some guitar so I put a quick bass and drum track together to give us some direction and Jim decided to rip it up again. I went back in and redid some bass to better match what he laid down and then put together an intro. Tele through a Fender Bronco, Jaco Jazz bass, EZ drummer
Description : reggaeton and zouk were jumping off points in this track. there were some challenges with phrasing where some odd meters needed to be incorporated. but throwing in extra beats now and then is cool to throw off the dancers! Used transistor bass plugin in FL Studio. Used drummax for several perc sounds.
Description : A LoFi beat off my album Prod. me and my man btw,. You can use it in YT vids (must credit) and stuff but may not release it in as a production track. Contact for questions. Rights reserved to me and btw,. The track on all major streaming platforms (and SoundCloud). This is the first track ever to get 150+ comments on LM, and the most played track on LM (also first to get 10k plays).
*EDIT: 4/5/20 just hit 10k plays! Thx so much this track's stats have gone wayyy past our expectations.
Description : Its a little out of the Box,been working with different sounds,it's a follow up track to NO EVIDENCE,Hope you all like it,please leave a comment if you do and check out my youtube channel for more
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Description : Here's another bass-packed, African-flavored track for you to dance to.
My sound is heavily influenced by "Africa." Something about the African influences in the vocal samples and percussion made my heart swell and my feet flicker.
the first track of my upcoming Album "World Futurism."