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Kandi Dandi (single Lick)

From the album: Disco Smile

I recorded this track over the course of several months - I recorded it in small little loopie chunks. Then, once I had about 30 minutes worth of chunks, I stitched together the best ones - making several different versions that mash the chunks together. This is the single version.



 


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Brother To The Wind

From the album: Junkbox


 


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Take The Red Pill

From the album: Wave

The lead single from their fourth release, Wave. Dark electronic tones dominate the tune. This is a vibrant use of live-editing on a guitar harmonic and lead tone.



 


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Drum Mashine No 41

From the album: Drum Mashine 1.0

Always wanted to make a solo drum machine project, and finally, here it is.



 


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Streets Of Gold

From the album: Streets Of Gold Acoustic EP


 


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Love The Rain

From the album: Booklet


 


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We Are And Always Will Be

From the album: Triple Exclaimation

I was incredibly inspired by President Obama and this speech really said a lot to me. The words spoke beyond that event or night, deserving a dance track to made around them.



 


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Billiard Bunny

From the album: Wave

A very jazzy track - this is the single version, edited from the full-length track (at over 7 minutes) available on their fourth release entitled Wave.



 


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Sympathy For The Devil (featuring Kate Ragsdale And Angela Roth)

From the album: Booklet


 


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You And Me

From the album: Via Satelite

If you love a sad love story song from the 1970's, you might like this. The second single from their Via Satelite release, this track was originally intended as a duet with a famous female lead vocalist (who shall remain unnamed due to contractual obligations). Unfortunately, her record label (a giant) would not allow her to guest on this independent release, forcing the duo to re-record her parts for the official release. It became their highest charting single in over a decade.



 



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