I’m a multi-instrumentalist and producer who loves guitars, synthsizers, and crossing genres.
I wrote and performed this on a sunny afternoon in my back yard while taking a break from a different track.
The whole song came together in about 20 minutes. Once the idea of a tiger who loved bread came to mind, the rest spilled out quickly.
The recording is from an iPhone XS sitting atop my knee, and while it's certainly not high fidelity, it does have a certain character that matches the tune.
I played this on the small nylon string guitar I bought in Barcelona while backpacking.
I was inspired to make some house music after going to Burning Man, but I didn't get around to it until covid hit.
This was my first true house track, and while I'm happy with how it turned out, there's room for improvement.
I played most of the synth sounds on my Korg Prologue, and drums + the rest were done in the box in Logic.
Here's a quick indie rock/90s vibe I put together in early 2019 - I've really need to sit down and finish this one.
The recording is meant to be a verse + chorus, and works well as a loop. I have one verse of lyrics, but couldn't find inspiration for the chorus when I recorded this.
I recorded this song in 2010 with my friend Sebastien. While perpetually unfinished, as all of our songs are, this cut is especially nice.
We also made a (very) rudimentary music video for this track.
I wrote and recorded this track, sans vocal, on Valentines day in 2009.
Then, the next afternoon, my friend Dan came by and in one take ad-libbed this incredible verse.
Sebastien and I wrote this rock-opera-in-a-song in 2008, though it, like so many others, remains unfinished.