Lazy jazzy downtempo track for your listening pleasure. Free download available. You can treat me a beer: https://giveabeer.me/dustedwax I've uploaded stems for "Alfred" on ccMixter: http://ccmixter.org/files/vpd/58191
Here is my remake/remix of soundcloud.com/philanthrope1/time-goes-by and a tribute to John Abercrombie. Free download provided. You can treat me a beer: giveabeer.me/dustedwax
Jazzy flavored 90s beat. Free download provided. You can treat me a beer: https://giveabeer.me/dustedwax
Gloomy trippy jazzy beat at 66 BPM for a proper psychosis enhancement. Free download provided. You can treat me a beer: https://giveabeer.me/dustedwax
Work in progress.
A beat I've made for a friend of mine. He's gonna ruin it with stupid rap over. So enjoy the pure instrumental here.
(Almost) final version, featuring a part of an interview with Ice-T. As always, free download available! Enjoy!
Maybe I'll work some more on this remix later. Shoutout to @coloursofmelancholia for the inspiration! One love, brother!
Well, here is the very final version of "My Sympathies" single. Massive props and kudos to my homeboy @sssai for the wonderful guitar pads and riffs!
A collabo track w/ @nan0id. Comin' soon... Stay tuned!
Started back in 2008, finally it's finished. Free download for first 100 peeps inna house!
A tribute to The KLF. It's a trip-hop remix of drum&bass joint I produced back in the days and never published and released.
This is the final version (requested by @blazout).
My brutha @concretecee on the mic, me on production. From the forthcoming huge collabo album w/ Bradata and Mista 93.
Smooth and sexy groove... free download for first 100 peeps. Download, enjoy and share!
When frequencies get blunted... Work in progress...
My trip-hop remix/remake of "Moving Target" by Bradata, Virus Inethic, Monk and LaMeduza.
A track I've made exclusively for Phonophanatic Boxbeats Vol. 2, available for free download: http://phonophanatic.bandcamp.com/album/va-boxbeats-vol-2
Here is an example of sampling/sound processing/arranging/mixing/mastering techniques. To create the main tune I took samples from "You Made Me So Very Happy" by Lou Rawls and then added the classic drum break from "Get Out Of My Life Woman" by Lee Dorsey. P.S. This bitch is for educational purposes. I used samples as digital collection of data, which is not object of copyright law. So if you feel your copyrights infringed, please stop doing digital art (or any kind of art that could be treated as digital collection of data) and start producing vegetables. Thank you!
Collaboration with my homeboy @groove-cereal