Influences: Chill Step, Trip Hop, Tribal Trap, Deep House, Chillgressive, Chill Hop, Electrostep, Psytrance, Baladi, musical scores, Industrial, EBM, Hard Rock, 90s and 00's Alternative Rock, international sounds, ambient.
A little mad, a little eccentric, and never taking myself too seriously. Artist, poet, philosopher, pagan.
My album is called "Neverything Else" this year, to honour the neverborn and that which is not and cannot be possible in this unfolding universe.
I think I'm going to try using bandcamp this year. Last year that didn't go very far, but at least I tried, haha.
I am going to try using some of my instruments again instead of always a crapella, and probably use a lot of LMMS for my royalty free sound clip discoveries, and Reaper effects!
I've got instruments to sample too, a slide whistle, a djembe, a tambourine, some shakers and maracas, and this neat little balaphon that's kinda like a xylophone only it's little and wooden with bowls under the keys. I may even pull out the washboard, the spoons, crystal glasses, blow into a bottle, whatever it takes.
Constructive criticism is always, always, valued! Help me learn! (I don't have a clue, hehe) ...
Beware the super rough demos 😉
Just for fun! I post my work under creative commons. If you want to collab and are hoping for making something commercial, do please tell me well in advance, so I can tweak my default settings and make that possible.
YES! Always up for a collab, unconditional FAWM love!
Hey folks who may be wondering what happened to me this FAWM - I was in hospital for psychiatric assessment and a medication change (Just the way it was administered, nothing too serious in that regard) Thanks for wanting to collaborate. I appreciate it. If anyone is interested in collaborating off-FAWM on a song about consent, please see a rough album demo - I am looking for virtual collaboration through the Burn2 community in Second Life. https://soundcloud.com/jacksterisk/vi...
Hello! I've made a quick study of your work and I am fully confident I can contrive something mad and methodic for you. Watch this space...
All I need is a reference. I figure I'll just download the .mp3 from Soundcloud, and record myself on my Zoom while listening to the .mp3 in headphones. Then I'll edit my recordings in Reaper, and give you a stem that you should be able to import into whatever multi-tracker you're using. (I don't want to patronize, but in case you're unfamiliar, a stem is a single track that will line up perfectly in whatever DAW any engineer is using.)