May 22 update PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 22 May 2010 13:22

Had a great time at the Angel Alanis/Adam Jay show last night.  Thanks to Matt Ramsey for putting a great show together.  The sound system at Tru was tuned by Adam Jay himself and was sounding fantastic. 


Just an update on the goings on in my neck of the woods.  I'll be heading over to finish a minimal track today with Bryan Scott, and hopefully starting on a new one as well.   Also been working on an IDM piece featuring the beautiful vocals of my wife, Melissa.  Also in the queue is something with my friend Alabaster Grimm out in Venice, CA.  He's been working on some new beatspeak and I'm going to try to add some accompaniment or at least reinterpret his ideas.


Also, I'm in the process of getting setup with Bandcamp to make all my songs available at whatever price you think they are worth.  They have a really nice system, and I'm excited about getting the update to my website.  Also, you will no longer have to sign up to my website to get the free tracks I offer (... okay, well, I may save a couple for members only.) ;)  Along the same lines, I'm looking at establishing my DBA for sole proprietership officially with the state.  I really hate business, but it's something I'm going to have to take care of sooner or later.


Stay tuned...

Psonic Bionic - Rhythm Scape I (Tech Mix) PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 02 May 2010 18:51
Brand new track finished and up at and on my Facebook fan page.  I'm working on updating how listening/sharing/selling tracks goes here at, but it will be up here soon enough as well.  This is an acid techno track.  The acid is 90's old school sounding, but the overall production is quite modern.  I've got lots of FX, buildups, claps, gongs, verb and delays playing off the top, some vocoded bits, a sub bass coming in at around 2:57, and a great auditory illusion that continues to rise higher and higher but never seems to get too high to hear.  I started adding a piano bit, and it sounded great, but I thought that it detracted from the tech side of things and became too melodic.  I may include it in a different (album?) mix.  I also still have the original breaks mix of the track to complete for you, which has a lot more random acidic (TB-303) parts going on.
Tech Funk PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 23 April 2010 18:47
So I'm just exploring the genre(?) called Tech Funk.  It appears to be a blend of all wonderful electronic dance genres blended together in a seamless gel of bass and beats.  Just my style!  Breaks, glitch, dubstep, techno, funk, house, all roled into one.  I really need to start DJ'ing like yesterday.  Some good resources to explore this wonderful sound are and
Dagobah Dubstep PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 April 2010 18:31
Techno DJ and producer, Bryan Scott, and myself have just finished up a dubstep collaboration that we've been working on for some time now.  The track is entitled 'Dagobah' and it just went up on my SoundCloud account.  It is a free download there, and will also be up on my FB fanpage shortly, and here at
Acid techno work in progress PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 18 April 2010 14:25
Hey there peeps, just a heads up to let you know that I am posting updates of a work in progress on my SoundCloud page.  It is a banging acid techno track for Psonic Bionic entitled Rhythm Scape I.   Come on by and have a listen and drop any inputs, comments, suggestions by just clicking on the blue bar at the bottom of the track.  I'd really appreciate any feedback.  You can hear the progress I am making on this track as I improve upon it.
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