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Being a cat is not easy. You often find yourself on the wrong side of a door, or on the outside of an interesting box. Humans pet you with smelly hands, necessitating further grooming. You receive shrimp when what you really wanted was tuna. Being a cat is easy. You receive treats in tribute to your general awesomeness. Humans assist in your hunting and grooming exercises. Boxes and doors provide stimulating and rewarding puzzles and experiences. Being a cat requires harmony - good thing...
Topics: rock, organ, electric guitar
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Beware All Hallows' Eve, my friend, I speak not tongue-in-cheek. It is a day of augury, a time of dark mystique. And though it is for most a time to run about and play, it nonetheless should see respect, to hold the gloom at bay. Featuring full orchestra (strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion), synthesizer, and electric guitar.
Topics: orchestral, fantasy, dark
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It is a period of syncopated beats. Funky music, striking from the fingers of untold musicians, has won a great victory for music listeners everywhere. During the track, a trumpet will play a solo accompanied by keys, bass, and drums. Pursued by the downbeat, the trumpet is custodian of the funk that, well, it probably won't save the galaxy but hopefully you enjoy it anyway.
Topics: jazz, funk, improvisation, fusion
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Forsooth, art thou vexed with the iniquities of divining a location apt for a picknick, free of insectoid intervention? Mayhaps it is best to simply choose without undo discernment, and accept the inevitability of eusocial attendance. If all else fails, one can simply indulge in the blues. Featuring a jazz quartet of clarinet, upright bass, electric guitar, and drums.
Topics: jazz, blues, acoustic, improvisation
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Purses contain many things - why not people? Monetary ramifications notwithstanding, possessing the power of the purse is a potent panacea portending purposeful pursuits. A person in a purse, purse in that they are, may be personalized - with a purse on their thigh. This funky track features slap bass, electric guitar, drum kit, organ, keys, and synthesizer.
Topics: funk, jazz, improvisation
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If you're going out in a blaze of glory, Chariots on Fire is one way to get there. Driven by inflammation and galvanized by heat, you can be sure these steeds will swiftly carry you towards whatever may be ahead. Featuring SampleScience Pianotone 600, piano, drums, and orchestral strings, brass, and woodwinds.
Topics: synthesizer, soundtrack, orchestral
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Nibbling around the edges. Finding oddities, oddly lingering. Structured noodling, with modal continuity - the end result is downright doodly. This contrafact of John Coltrane's "Lonnie's Lament" features clarinet accompanied by a jazz quartet of upright bass, piano, drums, and electric guitar.
Topics: jazz, clarinet, improvisation
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Showing soon at a flat-screen TV near you - pretty much whatever you want, provided you can navigate the increasing labyrinthine range of services and content providers. With modern technology, one need not go anywhere to witness the latest and greatest of cinematic experiences. Settle in with a snack and this appropriately epic soundtrack, featuring a solo female singer, big drums, orchestral strings and brass, and the requisite touch of the synthetic.
Topics: orchestral, soundtrack, fantasy
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When you go to a coffee shop, you've got a latte of options. You espresso yourself, and your choices bean a lot. Me? I'll have some spice on my foam, too. Featuring a jazz quartet of clarinet, piano, brushed drums, and upright bass.
Topics: acoustic, jazz, improvisation
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Rimsky-Korsakov only told half the tale on bumblebees - sure, they're fast, but they're also scary. This track considers the more cunning characteristics of bees, featuring a variety of "buzzy" synthesized sounds, rocking drums, and some scary strings.
Topics: rock, orchestral, synthesis, scary
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In the pasture, the peaceful pasture, the cow moos tonight. To most, a moo is just reverberant noise. But to those who pay attention, there is signal - the cow is calculating. What is the significance of these cowculations? Only a bovine mind can say for sure. Featuring drums, electric bass, various cow-inspired synthesizers, and of course - cowbells!
Topics: synthesizer, drums, cow, cowbells, moo, electric bass, calculation, math, calculus, cymbals, crash
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Probabilistically, this sequence is no more unlikely than any other. Yet the act of composition, above and beyond selection, embeds an intent. Like unanticipated conflict, once initiated it proceeds with an internal logic, unresponsive to appeals that its improbable origin might mean alternatives are viable. Featuring piano, brass, strings, voice, synthesizer, chimes, and clarinet chatter.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, dark
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POWER - BIOS - OPERATING SYSTEM - APPLICATION\n POWER - BIOS - OPERATING SYSTEM - APPLICATION\n PLEASURE - BIOS - OPERATING SYSTEM - APPLICATION\n POWER - BIOS - OUTRAGE AND DEPRESSION - APPLICATION\n PLEASURE - BOREDOM - OUTRAGE AND DEPRESSION - APPLICATION\n PLEASURE - BOREDOM - OUTRAGE AND DEPRESSION - ASPIRATION
Topics: synthesizer, computer, boot, start, trumpets, click, fan, windows, vox, vocaloid
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Inspiration is fleeting - inhibited inspiration, doubly so. An idea, just out of grasp, is all the more exalted for its unattainability. But as those who create know, there is a gap between the idealized and the actualized. Featuring orchestra (strings, brass, percussion), drum kit, wine glasses, and nylon guitar.
Topics: orchestral, fusion, epic
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Life seems both cyclical and not - sensible and not - orderly and not. Both are projections, but that does not diminish them - it only sets the context. Apprehension is the first step to comprehension, quixotic though it may be. Featuring heavily affected clarinet and other surreal and shimmering sounds, including a glass marimba.
Topics: jazz, atmospheric, waltz, contrafact
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It came to me in a dream... there are others who have kissed the fox... extreme... extreme... Featuring surreal synthesizers, effects, french horn, and Mellotron flutes.
Topics: synthesizer, improvisation, surreal, strange
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Simplicity. Structure. Pattern. Persistence. The ordinary and the exotic are not mutually exclusive. Featuring female voice, synth drums and bass, and a range of ordinarily exotic sounds including granular oboe and guitar harmonics.
Topics: synthesizer, vocal, oboe
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When inhibitions are inhibited, what is the result? An immediate pounce! It won't know what hit it, though the pouncer might not know what it is either. But the important part is the pounce, and worst case scenario - you can always hide up in a tree. Featuring clarinet, drums, and upright bass.
Topics: acoustic, fusion, blues
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'Tis the season where you may have acquired a few new objets d'entertainment. This track jauntily celebrates that phenomenon, with a string orchestra, flute, Eb clarinet, xylophone, finger cymbals, seasonally-appropriate sleighbells, and unusually aggressive french horns.
Topics: orchestral, soundtrack, holiday, humor
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The Funk has returned to its home planet in an attempt to rescue the beat from the clutches of the square conductor Arturo the Quick. Little do they know that Lord Harpsichord has secretly begun construction of a new mechanized instrument even more powerful than the first dreaded metronomes. When completed, this ultimate contraption will spell certain quantization for the small band of musicians struggling to restore funky freshness to the galaxy... Featuring flute, electric bass, jazz guitar,...
Topics: funk, jazz, improvisation
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Going around and around, seeking a sound and a sound - samples from which to craft a rotational opus. One four six five, two five one - things come and go, til there's none. And here we are, spinning, in the tank. Featuring Alan Parsons grand piano, acoustic guitar strums, vintage rock drum kit, chamber strings, an 80s-style bassline, and a synth lead - all from SampleTank.
Topics: experimental, jazz, electronic
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Diamonds aren't the only thing forged under pressure - some things are darker. What Carbonado lacks in purity it makes up for with sheer toughness. Naturally black, it doesn't reflect light - it absorbs it. Witness this distortion of carbon, formed from intense pressure under mysterious circumstances. Featuring electric guitars, bass, and drumkit.
Topics: rock, scary
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Slapdash synthetic speculation seems skimpy - superior studies support sensible simulacra. Short, sweet, simple, sustained - should showgoers scrutinize such skills? Surely: serious, somber, silly, spanning sundry sensibilities, switching sensations systematically, suggesting solidly serviceable songs - savor sans sin!
Topics: jazz, electronic, improvisation, unaccompanied
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Rain is the lifeblood of many ecosystems - dripping and pulsing through, spreading nutrients and life. While it may seem an uncomfortable inconvenience, we would do well to appreciate the value of this natural service. This short abstract soundscape features a variety of sampled and synthesized sounds, including rain, thunder, and a heartbeat bass.
Topics: ambient, atmospheric, synthesizer, electronic, soundscape
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To a human, wildness implies rapidness - to a cow, it is something else. The wild cow considers, ponders, and pontificates. The wild cow enjoys a slow freedom, a uniquely bovine experience. Featuring piano and brushed drums.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, piano, brushes
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First, counting - then, thinking - and finally, playing. Robots are slowly but surely mastering the skills that make us human, but rather than mourn, this track celebrates that progression. Featuring a synthetic big band (trumpets, piano, guitar, bass, drums) and virtual clarinet solo.
Topics: jazz, synthesis, big band, improvisation
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Grains of sand are both transient and permanent. They last, and spread, and shift, and vanish. We are told sand keeps footprints, warned not to build on it - yet in its unsettled nature it will outlast us all. Featuring clarinet and four notes.
Topics: acoustic, improvisation, unaccompanied
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How does one charm a serpent? Slither hither and discover. Jazzy chromaticism coupled with a hyponotic melody may just do the trick. Featuring effected duduk (Kazbek Winds by Libre Wave), piano, and brushed drums.
Topics: contrafact, improvisation, jazz
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Fruit has great nutrition to behold, or at least that is what we are told. Consume it for your health, gain nutrients to fortify yourself. Does this hold true regardless of hue? Let us ask a banana, blue. Featuring 60s-inspired electric guitar, bass, drums, whistlers, harmonica, studio strings, and keys.
Topics: rock, improvisation, electric
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Paul Desmond likely intended his seminal cool jazz work, "Take Five", to refer to taking a brief respite from labor. However, an alternative interpretation is that of taking multiple attempts to record a desired artistic feat. In that spirit, this work imagines a take that occurred slightly later in the session - two takes later, perhaps. Featuring a jazz quartet of piano, upright bass, drums, and clarinet.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, odd meter, contrafact
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Social interactions take many forms, yet follow comparatively few patterns. One such pattern is the eerily obligatory encounters of those supposedly enmeshed, yet evidently divergent. Whether through habit or neglect, persistent changes over time can shift the familiar to the alien - yet we strain to see the recognizable long after it has departed. Featuring orchestra, piano, organ, drums, synthesizer, and female voice.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, experimental
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Columbidae are so common that we often forget about them. Pigeons, doves, and their colorful relatives live around the world, and while many are firmly established in their habitat nearly 1 in 5 species are threatened with extinction. These birds, along with the many other creatures we live alongside, deserve remembrance and respect. Featuring unaccompanied ("a capella") clarinet playing an improvised theme in a pseudo-classical style.
Topics: acoustic, unaccompanied, improvisation
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Achromatic orange dukkha pleases joylessly.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, atmospheric
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One can still be fascinated by things that are above them, literally and figuratively. This upbeat contrafact of "I've Got You Under My Skin" celebrates such occurrences, featuring a funky quartet lead by a bright trumpet.
Topics: jazz, funk, trumpet, solo, improvisation
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Hang on. Hang out. Hang low. Hangman. Hang up. Hang glide. Hang by a thread. Hang a huey. Hang a louie. Hang a u-ie. Hang about. Hang back. Hang behind. Hang nail. Hang in effigy. Hang ten. Hang over. Hang of it. Hang noodles on your ears. Hang it all. Hang your hat. Hang a right. Hang in there. Hang out your shingle. Hang out to dry. Featuring electric guitar, drums, upright bass, and vocal pads.
Topics: improvisation, atmospheric, guitar
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An adventure, lacking clear destination. Tension, not resolved nor unresolved. Imagination is required, recruited to complete. Come, and journey into the. Featuring brass, vocals, cello, drums, electric guitar, and synthesized pulses and atmospheres.
Topics: orchestral, fusion, dark
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A flame is both a benediction and a burden - the need to carry it amplifies both the value and the challenge of a task. While wielded, one is literally alight, but only as long as there is fuel to sustain it. Featuring orchestral strings, trumpets, french horns, female vocals, tribal drums, and synth risers, downers, and pulses.
Topics: orchestral, fusion, epic
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Passing through, sounds askew. Take your cue, there's much to do. We cut to something brand-new. A Wind Blue. This minor blues waltz features tenor saxophone, upright bass, piano, and brushed drums.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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You've overlooked a missing link - your tickets cost more than you think. The list price is no guarantee - you forgot the service fee! Featuring electric guitar on lead and rhythm, bass, drums, and sampled vox.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, vox
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Clarity can be a form of containment, and opacity a way to freedom. Information for information sake yields noise - paucity forces focus. This minimalist orchestral piece features full strings, a boys' choir, solo trombone and oboe, and percussion (glockenspiel, timpani, and cymbal).
Topics: orchestral, soundtrack, atmospheric
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We are told it is not the destination, but the journey that is of import. Is this truism truly true? Perhaps, as with most things, it depends on the situation. The journey and the destination may have much in common, but the distinction can be equally important. Featuring slow synthesizers that will make you wonder if you're there yet.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, atmospheric
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Cosmic origin - poetic, mysterious... and violent. Their force is not emotional or personal - stars care not for you or I. But force they have nonetheless, destroying and creating in the same act. Featuring flute, orchestra, synthesizers, plucked strings, solo female voice, and an appropriately destructive bass.
Topics: synthesizer, orchestral, fusion, flute
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Though it may lack the poise of New England and the glamor of New York, there is a certain something about New Jersey. Boardwalks, buildings, and a general bounce - memorable, if nothing else. For H, this is the New Jersey sound. This contrafact of Max Richter's "H in New England" features electric bass, piano, drums, guitar, horns, and solo alto sax.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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You've heard blues from jaw harps and french harps - why not symphonic harps? This track features a quartet of these ponderous instruments riffing, trading solos, and even occasionally playing out of tune.
Topics: blues, harp, improvisation
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Nature cares not for human contrivance - a line in the sand or an angle of sun. Ahead of us lies past, present, and future - we navigate on til our journey is done. Featuring reversed piano, full orchestra (brass, woodwinds, strings), harp, drums, and chimes.
Topics: orchestral, epic, soundtrack
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Knock knock! Who's there? Nobody, this is the doorknob - I'm sapient now! No key today, please - I already brushed my teeth. Make a deal with me and I'll advise you on all matters door-related.  Featuring piano, low woodwinds, music box, synthesizer, drums, strings, female voice, and electric guitar and bass.
Topics: experimental, dark, atmospheric
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Come one, come all! Step right up! Marvel at the lassitude of infinitude, here at the Circus at the End of the Universe! Featuring a variety of sounds created by the open source synthesizer Surge, and a motif subliminally inspired by "Anitra's Dance" by Edvard Grieg.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, improvisation
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The early bird gets the worm, but the early snake gets the bird. The sunrise serpent is a dawn diner, devouring ill-fated fowl and other hapless critters. A subtle predator, it blends in and lurks behind, often only observed after it strikes. Featuring bass flute, bassoon, violin, cello, shakers, piano, and a bird-like backing orchestra and synthesizer groove.
Topics: acoustic, orchestral, atmospheric
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The top, the summit, the paragon of pedigrees and peak of paradigms. Nonesuch nonpareil rivals the exemplary apotheosis of distinction, the archetypical epitome - the Ultimint. Featuring synthesizer, plucks, bass, drums, strings, and assorted fresh brassy sounds, meant to model mint.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic
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The name's Bit... DoubleBit. Agent 0011 reporting for duty, ready to tackle problems with twice the computational precision. I always dress smart, save the day, and get the girl - discretely. Featuring the 80s sounds of the MSX.
Topics: chiptune, videogame, synthesizer
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Things fitting inside things along other things. These things are like some things, yet unlike other things. Things that transform things are themselves a thing of their own sort. Featuring many things.
Topics: bells, chromatic, metals, polyrhythm, sequence, strings, time, wobble
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Not all discoveries lead to the expected - and not all changes are as they appear. What hath science wrought? And which is the greater beast? Behold: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, jazz, improvisation
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Land, wind, sky - this too shall pass. And along with it, one imagines most kites - but suppose one persists. A lone kite, outlasting existence, and witnessing the fading of all that is. With a little bit of whimsy, our flying friend invites the universe to, for one last time, go fly a kite. This bossa style jazz track features spanish guitar (with chorus effect), piano, drums, and upright bass.
Topics: bossa, improvisation, acoustic
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Coming soon - something big. Something so big that your very range of perception is inadequate. To fully appreciate the enormity of this imminent arrival, an eminent increase in aspirational perspicacity is highly advisable. Strive - and you just might expand your horizons. Featuring full orchestra, world percussion, electric guitar, and synthesizers.
Topics: orchestral, electronic, fusion
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Where do pickup trucks go, when they no longer go? Leaving concrete and combustion behind, they are exposed and slowly reach a balance. Forget Dodge - it too shall pass (sometimes even on the right). Featuring flugelhorn, harmonica, piano, drums, guitar, and bass.
Topics: easy, acoustic, improvisation
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Attraction and repulsion - drama and suspense. Elements of the same continuum - a magnetic field. Featuring an expressive synthesizer solo over a crunchy airy groove.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, improvisation
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Slowly spreading, patiently percolating, tirelessly transmitting, excruciatingly extending - permit these oscillating vibrations to suffuse and diffuse through you. Featuring synthesizer and sampled drums.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic
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Frogs poison, frogs cure, frogs party - and they are sure to bring cake. Celebrating the release of Happy Birthday into the public domain, this gypsy jazz style track features acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and clarinet.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, acoustic
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There's something a bit out of place - an unexpected combination, an unusual mish-mash. Unexpected yet anachronistically pleasing, aerial heavy levity allows suspension of both metal and disbelief. Featuring assorted synthesizers, electric guitar and bass, drum kit, Wurlitzer electric piano, and strings.
Topics: surreal, jazz, fusion, rock
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Sometimes we start a thing, and end a thing, on a whim. Improvisational musings may not be bedrock, but they can be bookends - or, perhaps, slices of bread. In between, our more conventional creations can venture and grow, giving us an imagination sandwich. Featuring a spaced out piano, strings, trombones, solo violin, trumpet, clarinet, djembe, and crash cymbals.
Topics: experimental, orchestral, effects
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It is a dark time for the Funk. Although the Square Beat has been destroyed, Square troops have driven the Funky forces from their hidden base and pursued them across many tonalities. Evading the dreaded Square Dancers, a group of syncopated musicians led by a funky tenor sax has established a new secret riff in the remote key of Bb minor. The antiquated Lord Harpsichord, obsessed with finding the tenor, has dispatched thousands of remote metronomes into the far reaches of rhythmic space....
Topics: jazz, funk, improvisation, fusion
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Striking, hitting, clanging, beating. Sounding, ringing, throbbing, blaring. Clubbing, thumping, smacking, whacking. Booming, buzzing, crashing, banging. Featuring only hammers (and things struck by them).
Topics: buzz, feedback, struck, bell, gong, ringing, hammer, percussive, resonant, reverberant, atmospheric
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When you're swinging so hard, you break out first-rate. You know you've got it, time to pendulate! Two pendulums cannot be stopped, they give your sound an extra pop. Hey, oscillation machine - now's not the time to come clean. Featuring the free Pendulate synthesizer from Newfangled Audio and drum machine.
Topics: electronic, hip-hop, synthesizer
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What's that, in the corner of the carton? There's an egg that is unlike its shelled brethren. An egg that stands out, and has a unique fate. Though a tad overwhelmed, this egg will nevertheless strive and embrace the journey ahead. Super Egg Go! Featuring synthesizers, distorted electric bass, drums, strings, and assorted effects.
Topics: electronic, experimental, surreal
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Now hiring - princess rescuer. Must be able to jump several times own height. Skull should be of comparable hardness to brick and other masonry. There will be a drug test (active psychedelics in the system make for a significantly stronger candidate). Expertise in tubes and piping systems also a plus. To apply, please visit the nearest ominously looming tower in your vicinity. This videogame-inspired track has elements of bossa and jazz, and features 8-bit style sounds synthesized by Z3TA+ 2.
Topics: electronic, jazz, improvisation
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Eternally approaching definitive uncertainty. Converging to something that is not really a single thing, but a representative. Asymptotic variance - featuring numerous synthesized oscillators, oscillating in deterministically random ways.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, improvisation
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Let me bring you up, on why you're coming from Blueberry Fields. It's all real - and potentially very concerning. It'll only last awhile.
Topics: rock, surf, atmospheric, dissonant, electric guitar, toms, organ, loops, layers
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Dogs play catch to exercise their hunting instinct - but maybe with domestication that instinct has been dulled. Perhaps instead of chasing, they are dreaming - dreaming of snacks. Featuring soprano sax, piano, upright bass, and drums.
Topics: acoustic, jazz, improvisation
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The ambiguity of language is simultaneously obfuscating and welcoming. We can connect to a variety of vocalizations, even if we do not properly understand them. But lest you be lulled into a sense of universality, recall that such expression is inevitably a shadow of an inner state. Featuring vocal shouts, orchestra with solo violin and trumpet, piano, and synthesizer.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, fusion
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This track reimagines Sergei Rachmaninoff's moving chorale, Bogoroditse Devo, using the signature sound of the Mellotron. It is in homage to Isao Tomita, one of the first to take classical music and recreate it with electronic technology.
Topics: vocal, electronic, classical
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Feet lack eyes - thus being underfoot and underseen are often intimately related. Noise blinds, insomuch as it obfuscates signal, and blundering ahead regardless will only flatten the situation further. Featuring electric bass, guitars, synthesizer, drums, stomping, and shouting.
Topics: rock, metal, electric guitar
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Repeat repeat, rep, eat. Distract, discover, diss, cover. Hambugler; Featuring unaccompanied clarinet.
Topics: improvisation, jazz, acoustic
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This track features authentic Chinese instruments, including the distinctively reedy hulusi as well as strummed guzheng and blown ocarina. A variety of gongs, bells, drones, and pads round out the instrumentation, with a bit of percussive hitting and an odd sproing in the background.
Topics: fantasy, fusion, world
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The facile is not necessarily fearless - and the difficult not always dire. When something is unexpectedly easy, there is often concern, but this time - there is panic. Featuring unaccompanied clarinet.
Topics: clarinet, solo, improvisation, acoustic
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Consider the distance between a start and a target - an interval. Sometimes that interval is tractable, able to be bridged by conventional means. And sometimes that interval is more - an overreach. Featuring piano, female voice, string orchestra, drums, synthesizer, and erhu.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, fusion