A three-minute-long DJ’s nightmare, made in 2011 for a compilation that never materialised. Lots of tape saturation (across the nation). Dedicated to my poor abused Mk5 Fiesta.
I recorded my first jam from my new studio. What have you done lately?
I should say that I tossed this one out in about half an hour just to check that everything was working. If you’re new here, this is a slightly less half-arsed introduction to my music.
In other breaking news, I’ve also got a tune on this massive electro compilation. So have you, statistically. So has this guy:
As good a point as any to wrap this series up. Four tunes with videos in a week!
Next, a longer live set.
On the day the world said goodbye to Donna Summer, I was stumbling across footage of Soviet submarines. This live jam is a bit too long, much like the Cold War was a bit too long. Also, the lead synth becomes irritating in the middle, much like Donna Summer became irritating in the 80s.
There we were all in one place, a generation lost in space
With no time left to start again
Sunday afternoon hardware jam. No editing, no mastering, no fux given.
Gear = two Korg Monotribes, modded Boss DR-110, DSI Evolver Desktop, mixer. Video filmed on my phone then fannied about with in Openshot on a woefully under-spec PC.