A brief transition piece. String trio — violin, viola, cello.
A new quick piano quartet I wrote based on melodies I hummed to entertain my new baby twins Theo and Grace. In the style of Schubert. Vienna solo strings, Tonehammer Montclarion piano, EWQL SO glockenspiel and castanets.
Frenetic, fast, jazzy, insane — the theme music for an imaginary tv mini-series with overlong credits. All instruments guaranteed fake. EWQL RA, B4-II, Kick-Ass Brass, RealGuitar, EWQL SO Gold XP Pro, StormDrum, Trilogy, Stylus RMX.
EWQL SO Gold XP Pro, Kontakt 2 (various libraries), Vienna Instruments Solo Strings, Atmosphere, Absynth 4, StormDrum.
Shredded Bleat. Just your usual impossibly fast completely insane non-diatonic electric guitar assault. LPC Electric Distortion, Kontakt, Trilogy, EWQL SO Gold XP Pro, Model 12, Stylus RMX, various fx.
A bouncy, cheerful combination of Celtic rockbeat and druggy strangeness, ending in a mob scene.Â EWQL Colossus, EWQL Symphonic Choirs, EWQL Symphonic Orchestra XP Pro, Stylus RMX, Atmosphere, Trilogy, Reaktor 5.
Get-outa-here nutty. A new version of my Stonfluent Smansion with the production ante vastly upped and the attitude changed from bad-trippy to wacky-trippy-go-Hawaii-wacka-wacka-boom. Watch out for the big finish. EWQL SO Gold XP, Colossus, RA, Stormdrum, Trilogy, Stylus RMX.
Kosta Potamianos describes it thus: “The penguins have gotten braver — they are beginning to indulge their curiousity and wonder and poke around at all the strange marvelous objects that the future abandoned mall they’ve stumbled across avails them. They are getting into the spirit of an imagined groovines of a culture they have no access to, donning their clothes — sunglasses, summerwear — trying to figure the functioning of shiny, and technologically mysterious inventions — utterly uncomprehending, but surprisingly spot on at times clumsily turning over cell phones and such twixt the ignorant flaps of the flippers.”
A short cheerful oom-pah song with a twist-’em-up chorus. Revised version.
Restless and raucous. EWQL SO.