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Brawnfire
Jul 13, 2004

Come play my CYOA!

Save your reality from the Constructors... then save all the rest of them.



https://soundcloud.com/starfolder/bright-eyes-lua-cover

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Incrediblastic
Oct 28, 2010

I eat food.

Made a short horror ambient track that has an accompanying poem/rap (not in english) but am too shy to actually rap it at home.
https://soundcloud.com/benikis/mamyte
The name means "Mommy"
Happy upcoming Halloween

Red Rox
Aug 24, 2004

Motel Midnight off the hook

Hey goons, here's an 80s inspired track for you:
https://soundcloud.com/motelmidnight
https://open.spotify.com/album/0Rkn...efyadHfQgdq6ZIC

Check in to Motel Midnight!

Incrediblastic
Oct 28, 2010

I eat food.

Red Rox posted:

Hey goons, here's an 80s inspired track for you:
https://soundcloud.com/motelmidnight
https://open.spotify.com/album/0Rkn...efyadHfQgdq6ZIC

Check in to Motel Midnight!

Dig it.

2DCAT
Jun 24, 2015

cyberdead.




Gravy Boat 2k

My new vinyl LP pre-sale went live today. looking forward to relaxing and decompressing a bit now

Tokubetsu
Dec 17, 2007

Love Is Not Enough


Made a dance track after bingeing a bunch of hammer horror films:
https://soundcloud.com/wldmarks/bite

a little different from my usual 140 grime-ish releases, all of which are on my bc:
https://wildmarks.bandcamp.com/

a fellow goon once said my stuff was good soundtrack to his gaming space adventures and I'm taking it as a compliment

Tokubetsu fucked around with this message at 14:44 on Oct 23, 2020

Danny LaFever
Dec 29, 2008




Grimey Drawer

2DCAT posted:

My new vinyl LP pre-sale went live today. looking forward to relaxing and decompressing a bit now

Awesome. Just bought it. Congrats

2DCAT
Jun 24, 2015

cyberdead.




Gravy Boat 2k

Danny LaFever posted:

Awesome. Just bought it. Congrats

Grraarrgghh
Feb 12, 2012

"Bernard, float over here so I can punch you."




I made a Halloween track, so now I can just relax by trying to get the video out before American Thanksgiving

https://soundcloud.com/msc3k/arsch-...-feat-elazul451

Jesu
Dec 11, 2006


So I posted a while back with regards to a Hip-Hop project I'd started. I intially did this as I'd injured my back and had to shelve my Instruments. So as to avoid going stir crazy I took up something new, in this case rapping and Hip-Hop production.

I've since recovered well enough and healed to the point of being able to play guitar/bass and exercise again.

I'm tracking out, at the current rate of 1-2 pieces a week, a progressive metal Instrumental Album.

It will be a concept release with narration linking the pieces but I've been releasing the demos as I finish them.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?li...sbdrDAnqlrBZoOt

Mistayke
May 7, 2003

Born to eat sheetrock

What do you get after having oral surgery and hepped up on Vicodin extra strength?

You get THIS

https://soundcloud.com/tom-pellegri...sure-about-this

I don't know what the gently caress I was doing, but a Deepmind 12 and a Montage 6 in front of me made something happen. Whatever this is, I like it.

Evan Jellicle
Apr 20, 2008



Good evening m’goons.

My friends and I had a nerdy progrock band back in 2011 and never finished our first album. We got back together over zoom this week and finished it! It’s been a really nice way to connect with those buds during lockdown. (For fans of King Crimson, Genesis, Animaniguchi) [https://thehadrondelay.bandcamp.com/releases]

Teagan
Sep 20, 2002

Out here, everything hurts.



I have been afraid to post here, and I am not really sure if it is the right place, but here is my first original song.

https://soundcloud.com/user-1211310...rn-edda-strange


And here is my full profile

https://soundcloud.com/user-121131044-240868518

Teagan fucked around with this message at 09:55 on Nov 12, 2020

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

sic transit gloria mundi




Nap Ghost

Teagan posted:

I have been afraid to post here, and I am not really sure if it is the right place, but here is my first original song.

https://soundcloud.com/user-1211310...rn-edda-strange

Thank you for sharing! Also nothing to be afraid of

2DCAT
Jun 24, 2015

cyberdead.




Gravy Boat 2k

My vinyl officially released today... To say it's been a busy, exciting, stressful, and rewarding last few months is an understatement! Time to relax and drink some rhum now

Can stream it here on Spotify or Bandcamp

Trig Discipline
Jun 3, 2008

Please leave the room if you think this might offend you.


Grimey Drawer

Okay this is a sad one. I wrote this song about four years ago when I was approaching the end of a postdoc fellowship and didn't yet have another job lined up, and was contemplating what to do if I wasn't able to continue my academic career. At the same time I was talking to my family back home about how my brother's health was failing, and the abysmal quality of care he was receiving because he had the misfortune of being poor in America's healthcare system. I wrote this song in maybe thirty minutes and recorded it in the voice memos on my iPad so that I'd remember it. It's not precisely about his situation or mine, but it's not NOT about that either.

For some reason the other day this song came back into my head, and I thought about rerecording it. When I went back to the iPad recording from four years ago, though, I found that I really liked it despite how noisy and rough it was - there was something about getting it down when all of those feelings were fresh that I really liked. So in the end I just added a bit of piano and a bit of organ to reinforce what was already there; other than that it's what I recorded on the day I wrote it.

https://soundcloud.com/danwarren/ho...keep-this-going

It's gotten a pretty decent response given how rough it is. I should probably post off-the-cuff lo-fi stuff more often.

Rupert Buttermilk
Apr 15, 2007

RowboatMan: Freezing time is an old P.I. trick...


Trig Discipline posted:

When I went back to the iPad recording from four years ago, though, I found that I really liked it despite how noisy and rough it was - there was something about getting it down when all of those feelings were fresh that I really liked. So in the end I just added a bit of piano and a bit of organ to reinforce what was already there; other than that it's what I recorded on the day I wrote it.

https://soundcloud.com/danwarren/ho...keep-this-going

It's gotten a pretty decent response given how rough it is. I should probably post off-the-cuff lo-fi stuff more often.

This happens to me all the time (for my own stuff, not for contracted work); I'll put something down because of a feeling or a bunch of feelings, and it'll be rough and messy, but it'll be honest. And I truly want to fix it up, but then when I start to, it usually takes that feeling out of it, either a bit or by a lot, so I leave it.

So I end up with tracks upon tracks that sound true and honest to me, but overall sound like I haven't graduated with honours from a recording arts program.

Edit: also, I really like this track.

Rupert Buttermilk fucked around with this message at 14:43 on Nov 14, 2020

Trig Discipline
Jun 3, 2008

Please leave the room if you think this might offend you.


Grimey Drawer

Yeah absolutely. I enjoy the process of arranging music so much that I tend to get very detailed and complex and sometimes forget how effective it can be to just hit record and do something simple and intimate.

And thanks!

Cheese Thief
Oct 30, 2020
Probation
Can't post for 3 days!



I like your Iron and Wine sound. I listened to the whole thing. Its good to put yourself out there like that. Singing is fun, and more people should let loose and just do it.

Rupert Buttermilk
Apr 15, 2007

RowboatMan: Freezing time is an old P.I. trick...


Cheese Thief posted:

I like your Iron and Wine sound. I listened to the whole thing. Its good to put yourself out there like that. Singing is fun, and more people should let loose and just do it.

I completely agree

sebzilla
Mar 17, 2009

Kid's blasting everything in sight with that new-fangled musket.




https://open.spotify.com/artist/5vz...-SdG4LF1hY3PHoQ

Introducing GagReflex - a two-piece bass+drums punk/alt/whatever rock band thing featuring my goon self on drums.

Our most recent (and probably last) 5-track EP "What We Owe to Each Other" was finished early this year and we've not been able to play any shows to promote it which sucks butts. I hope you enjoy the internet songs, though.

We also put out a 10-track album "A Mouthful of Marbles" a couple of years back which still holds up fairly well imo. Both are on Spotify, along with an EP from a few more years back which... I'm less fond of. You know how it is.

Trig Discipline
Jun 3, 2008

Please leave the room if you think this might offend you.


Grimey Drawer

Cheese Thief posted:

I like your Iron and Wine sound.

High praise! They were a huge influence on me way back when; the entire reason I initially learned to fingerpick was because I became obsessed with Our Endless Numbered Days in grad school. I guess it's still pretty obvious when I strip away all the bells and whistles.

Brawnfire
Jul 13, 2004

Come play my CYOA!

Save your reality from the Constructors... then save all the rest of them.



Trig Discipline posted:

High praise! They were a huge influence on me way back when; the entire reason I initially learned to fingerpick was because I became obsessed with Our Endless Numbered Days in grad school. I guess it's still pretty obvious when I strip away all the bells and whistles.

Are you me or what

Well besides grad school, replace that with copious shrooms

Teagan
Sep 20, 2002

Out here, everything hurts.



https://soundcloud.com/user-1211310...ectric-boogaloo

This is my second try at my second original song. 'Worry' It's about sexual abuse, survival, and recovery, but probably isn't super obvious. It felt amazing to get those feelings out.

Cheese Thief
Oct 30, 2020
Probation
Can't post for 3 days!


Trig Discipline posted:

High praise! They were a huge influence on me way back when; the entire reason I initially learned to fingerpick was because I became obsessed with Our Endless Numbered Days in grad school. I guess it's still pretty obvious when I strip away all the bells and whistles.

On the topic of Iron & Wine, I had a burned cd I got in 2004 of an album called "Home Recordings," which were his 4track tapes. That was the only album I liked, but I liked it a whole lot as a fan of the low fidelity and raw sound. Not that I disliked his other releases, but none of them were as good as his home recordings. I can't find it anywhere, not on youtube. I probably have the cd out in the garage somewhere but poo poo, no cd player. If you heard it I'm sure you'd like it.

Trig Discipline
Jun 3, 2008

Please leave the room if you think this might offend you.


Grimey Drawer

Cheese Thief posted:

On the topic of Iron & Wine, I had a burned cd I got in 2004 of an album called "Home Recordings," which were his 4track tapes. That was the only album I liked, but I liked it a whole lot as a fan of the low fidelity and raw sound. Not that I disliked his other releases, but none of them were as good as his home recordings. I can't find it anywhere, not on youtube. I probably have the cd out in the garage somewhere but poo poo, no cd player. If you heard it I'm sure you'd like it.

A lot of his old 4 track stuff was released as The Creek Drank the Cradle and The Sea and the Rhythm, have you heard those?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTsbNMRQa1E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRGwJrGldkA

Cheese Thief
Oct 30, 2020
Probation
Can't post for 3 days!


Trig Discipline posted:

A lot of his old 4 track stuff was released as The Creek Drank the Cradle and The Sea and the Rhythm, have you heard those?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTsbNMRQa1E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRGwJrGldkA

Yep, those are classic. His actual bedroom tapes is what I'm after, the demos of those versions. Anyway, it's just funny to have disappeared from the internet. Maybe I had a rare bootleg release back then, or something.
I finger pick classical guitars too so I can appreciate it. I've heard him do a banjo solo here and there, which I think was my first influence to get into the instrument.

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Trig Discipline
Jun 3, 2008

Please leave the room if you think this might offend you.


Grimey Drawer

Cheese Thief posted:

Yep, those are classic. His actual bedroom tapes is what I'm after, the demos of those versions. Anyway, it's just funny to have disappeared from the internet. Maybe I had a rare bootleg release back then, or something.
I finger pick classical guitars too so I can appreciate it. I've heard him do a banjo solo here and there, which I think was my first influence to get into the instrument.

Ah, right on then.

Also ditto on the banjo - I'm not a great banjist by any means but it's such a great lonely sound in the right context.

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