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2011_0219 : Dirty Guitar Jam

2008_0911 : Pissnitz

I remem­ber say­ing good­bye to the house in one last visit, where the idea was to carry all I could before they demol­ished it. I arrived at the new condo early in the day, before my par­ents, and I remem­ber being with a girl. She was the key holder to the build­ing, and let me […]

2008_0909 : Curtailed

Fragments of playfully jazzy hip-hop, colliding with a descending, feel-good bass line… Something I wrote quickly, while the sun disappeared behind the clouds that afternoon…

2008_0907 : Puss

A work in progress which confirmed my interest in writing some deeper, heavier, repetitively “circling” motifs, which could be given a later use in urgent espionage drama. “…Agent Reese flies propulsively through the air, catapulting past dozens of sniper rifles as he zones in upon his target, a thin, waif-like young thing who cuddles her […]

2006_0527 : Siennapods (Mix 1)

2006_0527 : Siennapods (Mix 1)

Another Krautrock influenced piece, replete with trippy Tony Levin stick-slapping effect… The chugging rhythm guitar makes it more proggy than I’d originally anticipated and took it in another direction… Buy / Download SIENNAPODS – $0.99  

2005_0615 : Above The Treetops (Mix 1)

This one (intentionally) has “guitar-track” written all over it, but the demo was left bare — just bass and drums — while I demo’ed it in my DJ sets and played with the timing, the feel and the myriad of ideas that worked in cross-section. I officially declared this, at one point, as the official […]

1994_0624 : Clair De Lunatic

(1994) Composer : Eric Scott This work emerged from the straightforward development of a musical theme, voiced through six MIDI electronic keyboards: the six voices all speak in unison before branching off into their separate rhythms and melodies– finally reuniting on a single-chord recapitulation of the six-chord sequence. The descending “chain of suspensions” contained in […]

1994_0617 : Music From 3 Hats (in F)

(1988) Composer : Eric Scott This, my first work of process music, was a piece in which a set of chance operations determined the structure of the musical phrase, including the arrangement of the instruments to be used. The decisions made ultimately governed the tempo of the final piece. The only fixed criteria were that […]

1993_0818 : Un Moment, S.V.P.

I’ve always heard a high tenor voice singing a melodic lead over the top of this (perhaps in the style that Belgian composer Wim Mertens does so well)… It’s always crossed (a bit too dangerously) into Supertramp-kind of territory, with the easy transitions between major and minor 7ths in a few of the chord changes. […]