Songs

All instruments played, programmed, recorded and mixed by me. If you’d like to use any of them for a commercial purpose, such as for a film, please contact me here. Enjoy!

Feeding After Midnight: My favorite song so far, though it remains a work in progress. Some Tool and Mogwai influences here.

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Golosa: This song was mostly recorded in Ethiopia using an old Mac PowerBook as the mic, hence the high frequency ring. Reminiscent of Stone Temple Pilots or Soundgarden.

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Warm Rain: Recorded in Ethiopia using the Mac’s mic, this song came to me strangely as I was staying with a music teacher, Chris Cameron, who taught at the American school in Addis Ababa.

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This Sorrow Will Die on the Morrow: A merging of electronica and a finger-picked guitar riff. Starting off almost Portishead-like, it eventually slows down before kicking into a breakbeat a la Aphex Twin.

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Harlem Jazz Night: Hip hop. Please feel free to laugh at my terrible singing on the chorus. I always do.

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Holy Shiite: Pretty straightforward ska-punk, with a little rockabilly and a splash of carnival fun.

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Pop Tards: Written and recorded in Ethiopia, it reminds me of a mix between Dave Matthews and some kinds chicken-picken’ country tune.

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Stolen Eyes: Reggae. The singing could be better…

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Telekinetic Hydrotherapy: Another favorite. It came to me soon after one of my best friends visited me, after his girlfriend was killed in a tragic accident. I almost want to add some free verse to the beginning, which is a bit slow moving. The middle to the end is my favorite (it takes off at 2:15)… it takes me on a journey every time. It’s Smashing Pumpkins-esque, with a hint of Clutch and Mono.