Free Wav Download of a new track straight from the Slomo Factory. Enjoy. <3
Been in the studio with a new friend Reed Richards. So far we have been rocking it and have several demos ready to be sent out. Feel free to email us if you would like a demo.
Whats unique about Reed is not only his ability to know and understand great music and structure, but His family is well versed in great music. His father runs a used record store in Ratoul. His older brother DJ Bozak has the largest record collection I’ve ever seen.
Looking forward to more with this guy…
Also, check Reeds tapedeck warz on soundcloud. Recorded live onto cassette.
Just found a great interview and mix from Safeword. Discussing San Fransisco, production and going abroad. Love these guys!
What happens when you take a rocket scientist and teach them to DJ? A genius behind the decks settles for nothing less than quality dance floor burners. Jive Davis brings you the heat.
A great mix from our last party at Cowboy Monkey.
An excellent Disco Edit…
Jive and I have been hitting the slomo factory recently, collaborating on edits. Stay tuned…
Don-Ray of the Midnight Mauraderz Podcast contacted me about doing a special mix last month. This is in the works but he wanted to post my mix from last year.
V56 Midnight Maraudaz. It’s the Live @ Luna mix with Don-Ray’s friendly introduction.
Subscribe to the podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/midnight-maraudaz-best-in/id195897661
On a side note, its been a while since an update. I wanted to summarize a bit about whats been going on the past year with music. Lots of things have been happening several parties, studio rebuilding, edits, etc. I plan to do that in another post soon. I’m truly looking forward to continuing 2013. There is some great stuff happening!
Slow motion music has taken over my world. People ask me “what is this slow motion music?” and I tell em… “its house/techno music clocking at a range of 90 – 105 bpm. At the moment I’ve been rocking complex synth time signatures with huge bass elements. Laced on the top with super fast moving hats. There will probably be more to it in the future… but for now just got to keep building the sound and digging for others doing similar thing!
This is a track dedicated to my friend Joel who recently passed away in his sleep. As I child I used to cruise around the house in a sleeping bag and my father call me the worm. Joel, being a friend of the family, would also refer to me as the worm on occasion. Rest in Peace Joel, thanks for being so rad!The song is also available as a free download for you. (click the little down arrow button on the player)
Been in the studio lately working on slow motion music. I can’t get enough of it… for example.
Also, if you know of good slow motion recommends. I’m also into more of the weirder sounding stuff… Like the stuff on workshop. Please hit me up or leave a comment!
We are still killing it at the game studio. The game is almost done.
In the meantime, I’ve been stocking up the studio with some new gear and practicing for live performance. I cannot wait to share the new and classic sounds I’ve been piecing together.
Upcoming my good friend Myles Egner is flying out in a month from SF to do some studio sessions. We are planning to post videos of the sessions as we build.
And of course more projects will be coming back online as the earth turns and the sun rises.
We are doing a last big push on a project here at work. Finding it difficult to find the time to do the things at home which make everything worth it. I was able to wake up early this morning and jam out some chords and rhythms. Its a quick piece with little complexity but with a full track layout.
I was cruising the internet for some tape references and found this commentary from Jazy.nets blog:
“Software’s rather brief commercial history, as even if extremely loosely defined, is only a hundred years or so old at most. This short run seems to be rapidly evolving into the oft-theorized brave new world: an end-state of medialess-ness. Most people and companies who have been involved in software development, up until very recently, have pushed their “soft” product in an oxymoronic “hard” shrink-wrapped box of some sort – all to generate traceable revenue at the cash register. Even the mighty (and once-mightier) Microsoft still sells physical license key cards for its software products, all the while clinging to whatever other shrink-wrapped products they can continue to push on their customers, even as they pivot and shift to the digital economy and distribution methods with their Xbox live services and others…”
Interesting commentary… it makes sense but i don’t think the era is dead by any means… more here.