Orbr’s debut follow-up
Scorpion Cruiser is now live!
You can stream the whole song at Orbr’s
Bandcamp or SoundCloud pages, or check it out on Spotify and other platforms here.
Get lost in the darkwave jungle!
In 1998 I had the insanely exciting opportunity to get signed to an independent record label in San Francisco. The label, Cosmic Flux Musiq, released a handful of my songs before closing up shop a few years later.
I remastered some of those old songs, starting with the
from 2000. Here are those remastered tracks. I hope you enjoy! (Also see the Oak St Bluesman EP remasters.) Jeweler’s Dive
Orbr’s debut single
Circuit City is now live! Click here for the distro stuff, or stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, or Bandcamp. And don’t forget to visit Orbr’s homepage for more goodies.
Orbr’s free single
Proximity Alert is now live! Click here to stream or download.
Get in, loser. We’re robbing a candy store.
They say that anything worth doing is worth doing badly. This has been 100% true for my efforts in electronic music.
Here are some highlights from my wobblier days as a dance music producer, from about 1993 to 1997. (Back then I was recording under the name Wix.)
Welcome to part two of Hardcore Math User’s liquid funk history lesson!
Picking up where
Faze One left off, Faze Two ups the tempo and brings a stronger funk aesthetic to the table while maintaining that shimmering watery vibe perfected by late ’90s melodic drum & bass.
It’s early summer, the perfect time of year for melodic drum & bass!
As always, there’s a bit of a history lesson.
Liquid funk came of age around 2004, but the birth cries could be heard as far back as the early ’90s, with the dawn of drum & bass itself.