Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Your Skulls

Been a bit quiet around here lately. Real life has gotten so loud of late. Lately I've been concentrating on a new project I've been calling YOUR SKULLS. It's still in the Ambrose Chapel ballpark, just a lot more beat oriented and with different gear.

Check it out:

Thursday, 10 March 2011

The Out of Sight OST

One of my favourite films is Steven Soderbergh's adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel 'Out of Sight'. It is, by a long margin, J-Lo's best film and one of Clooney's too.

Just remembered today, for some reason, how good David Holmes' original score for this film is. It's a weird mix of gazed out ambient, trip hop beats and 70s exploitation film cheese. And killer bass.

Thursday, 17 February 2011

Thursday, 20 January 2011


Late last year I remixed an AXXONN track for a compilation. That comp is now available here. The full track-lisiting is:

1. Let’s Get It Straight – Monster Monster & Saint Surly

2. Let’s Get It Straight – Little Scout

3. Perfekt Acieed – Scott Arford

4. Perfect For Placid – Jonathan Boulet

5. Mash – REStream

6. Let’s Get It Straight – Toy Balloon

7. If I Had A Heart, Fever Ray [AXXONN Remix]

8. Perfect For Acid – The Sea Shall Not Have Them

9. Let’s Get It Straight – Tape/Off

10. Let’s Get It Straight – Ambrose Chapel

My contribution is a bit more musical than some of my other work. I dunno why. It's still pretty long a dense though. It's also the first recording of mine that utilities the drone/doom synth I built for Ableton Live; something I'm still working on but also something I'm not totally in love with at the moment.

Ambrose Chapel from Records: Experimental Sydney on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Monday, 17 January 2011

Wailing Danny Ford's Cassette Project | News

Been a bit quiet on here lately. Spent most of the summer working on new stuff. Gotta bake while the oven's hot. Gotta get while the getting's good. Gotta record shit into Ableton and listen to it over and over again while I still think it's a good/acceptable idea. I'm all about Redwirez impulse responses at the moment.

Doom-hell > Fender Bassman > Ableton > Redwirez Marshall Cab sims = total silence on the out side and total apocalypse rad in the headphones. My neighbours and I have never been so happy with each other.

In other news I just bought this on LP: