I have another new song for you to throw into your ear holes! This song is called, Giving Back! This song is conjuring the awesomeness of the 80’s soundscapes as best as I can. If you love big electronic tunes you’ll love this new song! It’s all about giving back in any way that you can. Lend a hand doing chores, donate blood, give to charity, or just be able to listen to a friend. Any way that you can help the world around you be a better place, actively take part in being the catalyst for awesomeness!!!
Check out this brand new song, Fibonacci! It’s a Pop Punk style tune with fun instrumentation and emotional tension. This song is a creation from when my best friend, Chris, and I locked ourselves in his studio for 3 days straight. It was an experiment of creative spirit and collaboration. Chris is such a brilliant composer, musician, and engineer! It was a pleasure to get to be along side him for so long, to get to learn so much from him, and to get to create this special auditory experience for you.
I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we did making it!!!
Thank you for stopping by my home on the web and checking out some new music. Thank you for taking a chance and taking the time to submerse yourself in my musical experiences. This latest song is titled, “Lord Of Phantoms“. This song conjures a dark and epic scene that’s not often visited in music. I hope you enjoy. Get your best set of headphones ready, turn off the lights, turn the volume up, and let your imagination take you away!
I planned on releasing a different song to you but I’m experiencing technical difficulties with Logic Pro that’s preventing me from bouncing down a final mix to show you guys. It’s also preventing me from making/saving any new material I may create. So I fired up our good old friend, GarageBand. I promised myself I would release a song so I challenged myself to sit down and write, compose, mix, and release a song in a day.
The point wasn’t to release something quick but rather to prove to myself that the only thing keeping me from releasing new content and creating new art is myself. All you have to do is sit down and play. It’s that easy to make music. Sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of how easy it can be with trying to get the latest programs, gear, VST’s, and plug-in’s to get the best sounds. Sometimes what you need to remember is that the creative part of you doesn’t need any of that. Cometh was made with GarageBand using all stock instruments and sounds. I know it may not be as high quality as previous tracks I’ve released but the song itself stands on it’s own.
So enjoy this creation. In all it’s glory, imperfections, and warts and all. Turn your volume up, press play, and let the experience of music take you.
It’s with great gratitude that I can say that my old band Goodbye Sky Harbour‘s CD ‘Tired Hearts‘ has reached past the 100 download mark! We’ve officially been disbanded as of 2012, so naturally as I do with all music I’m involved in, I’ve posted it online so as many people as possible could be able to enjoy the sonic combinations we were able to put together. Today marks the day that over 100 of you beautiful people took us into your ears. We worked really hard to get this puppy put together and I hope when you listen to it you can hear how much it meant to us.
If you haven’t heard Tired Hearts, then click HERE or the link/album cover below to get your free copy today!
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Check out the latest creation that I made with my friend, Mitch. Check out his soundcloud and enjoy his other creations too! Mitch is a very talent guitar player with one of the best styles I’ve witnessed in my life! CoupeDeville is a very heavy mix of both of our favourite genres of metal, Djent and Power Metal. It was fun to make music that quick and groovy. Pay close attention (with headphones on) to the breakdown of this piece. We had to detune some instruments to make it even heavier. I hope you appreciate it! Enjoy, CoupeDeville!