Monthly Archives: May 2011

2006 Runestone Barrel Select Pinot Noir (Edna Valley) – Claiborne and Churchill

Purchased January 2009: Very good with a nose of violets (was probably drunk at this point in the day) Opened May 2011: Deep red licorice nose, opens up to something more jammy.  The wine softened dramatically when decanted.  It had … Continue reading

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Looks like I’m scoring a film…

Matt Mowrer’s film Perfect has reached its Kickstarter funding goal with 21 days left in the campaign.  You can still donate to make the film better, but as for now I’m officially on the hook for the score. My work … Continue reading

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My First Film Score?

A couple of months ago I was asked if I would be interested in scoring a short horror film titled Perfect.  I’m not terribly familiar with the genre (outside of sci-fi crossovers like the Alien series), so I wasn’t sure … Continue reading

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#17 Seadrum/House of Sun – Boredoms

Seadrum – Opens with gospel-like singing.  An explosion of sound follows when tribal drums arrive laced with wild, frolicking piano work. House of Sun – Celtic + psychedelic strings (violin + sitar?) round out this lush track. Amazon

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#16 Live in Sunflancisco – Boredoms

Thus begins the 2011 Boredoms experience… Relerer – Cool jam with processed drum sets.  Interesting melodies were played on the toms.  Some electronic sounds come in to give it motion.  Really cool. Amazon

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#15 Output – Polyfuse

Justin of Trash_Audio dropped this album December 2010.  There is some great stuff on it: Move – A dirty, driving groove.  Like a more aggressive cut off of LFO’s Sheath. Done Undone (Raw Version) – I actually like this better … Continue reading

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#14 2112 – Rush

Standout track: Something for Nothing Amazon

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