if you don't trust me enough
to go to the site.
im going to throw in a few summaries from past projects:
Atom Foam Computer Tape
A 10 minute tape that was worked on on and off for 3 years.
it was made on a WAV editing program called WINDAT.
if you have ever used it you may wonder how anybody made an album with it.
i don't know. just listen to it.
one person said of the tape: "this is what i hear when i cry"
Atom Foam MIDI compositions
I have about 3 (4-6 minute) compositions i am proud of. plus some short piano/guitar/bass junk.
they are in MIDI until i can afford a string quartet or a percussion
that will most likely be never.
compositions were made on NoteWorthy Composer.
Atom Foam Quick Movie Music
5 songs strictly made with my moog and sampler.
most of them are just sort of loops to a certain scene.
kind of B-Horror Movie music, except for the one that takes place in a submarine.
Atom Foam and the Skeletones
4 songs made on a digital 12 track with the skeletones.
all very different. these are the songs that everybody tends to like.
some of them are impressive. they are very listenable.
i usually suggest these to anybody first listening to anything i've done.
Atom Foam and the Wellingtone
Collection of 4-track music made with the Wellingtone.
Harder to listen to, most people don't like it very much. but i do.
it's got a junky, unplanned, 4-track feel.
Oh, Oh, Mints!
A band in traditional rock band format plus a saxophone, moog, and clarinet.
A lot of people tend to like this as well.
i get people that i've never met before tell me they enjoyed the oh oh mints.
i say thank you.
songs are fun, and somewhat weird. maybe you will like them.
A performance art band with a banjo and acoustic guitar.
I really can't explain this madness. I have videos, the one album made, and 5 shows on audio.
possibly the best thing i have ever been involved with. in my life.
Magic Moments Tape
a tape of improvised street music with instruments and some acapella.
plus a lot of weird things that happened. possibly hard to listen to if you weren't there.
i don't know. i was there.
also available is a compilation
of the different projects.
plus downloads on the web site i made for the group of musicians i tend to play with, and music by the skeletones (matt kenely) and the wellingtone (dan lewis).
maybe now you will want to go?
uh. i play a few instruments. guitar and bass mostly.
but also a bit of .. flute, soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, percussion, and keys.
whatever i can get my hands on, i'll play.
coke cans...water jugs...elastic bands...telephone cords...my legs... plates.