Wednesday, January 5, 2011

New album, The Beyond Within, is now available for free download!

Get it HERE

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Little Ted

Before The Beyond Within is available, why don't you listen to some work from my side project? It's all in good fun. You may enjoy it...
You can download it from here

New Album On The Way

My new album, The Beyond Within, is complete. I'm simply waiting on some righteous artwork from a good buddy before I release it for free downloads.
Let me tell you - this album is different from Flying Cars. It's almost like a spiritual sequel to Hydraulic Horse. It's a blend of sounds and is a tad experimental. I hope it is enjoyed when I get around to releasing it.

Until then

Friday, September 3, 2010

Flying Cars Now Available

That's right, Flying Cars is now available for free downloading at your leisure!

Click Here and download this bad boy!

Over an hour of musical madness, filled with Rave Pop goodness. Flying Cars is an album that has the heart and soul of an E.P. but the bombasity of an L.P.


Thursday, May 13, 2010

Triple J Unearthed

Finally got a couple of good new tracks from Flying Cars onto my Triple J Unearthed account so anyone who reads this should go there and listen or rate or some shit. You know, support like a sports bra, people.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The BoogieMan 2010

Yeah, I thought that 'The BoogieMan' was such a groovy song and the original version of it on Science Fiction did not do it justice. Accordingly, the song has been slightly changed and the vocals re-recorded and will be re-released on Flying Cars when that becomes available for downloads (which will not be far away).
On that note I just wanted to clear some things up. The meaning of 'The BoogieMan'? Some have said that it is actually a slick metaphor for self discovery as one finds a new element of themselves rising to prominence. "Hey, I wasn't like this before, I didn't have the confidence, this is new and frightening". Close but no cigar, and believe me when I say I like a cigar. Some even pondered whether or not I was talking about myself, that I was in fact THE Boogieman. This too is illogical because I am not a D.J. If the song were about me it would be more like: "The BoogieMan is a producer," (which would fore a change in the rhyme scheme) "gonna make a track (a track) for all the drug users" etc.
It's a nice idea that the song would have this kind of figurative and emotional depth but it is far more concrete. There is actually a D.J. living (or at least there was when I wrote the track) beneath my bed who spun Vanilla Ice records every night - you know how Ice says to check out his hook while his D.J. revolves it? Yeah, that was this guy.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Face Book

Just saying that if you want to hear tracks the best place to go is to the facebook page - go there now and check it out