I have recently been in a studio making lots of new sounds, with the hope of releasing my first EP sometime next month. Here is a link to some of these new sounds with a brief description to try and help you understand them. This won’t always help though as alot of people don’t understand me.
Immerse yourself into the world of the unconscious. Early mornings are a good time to fall in and out of sleep and vividly explore these sounds. What was I up to the night before? I may have been a little bit inebriated as I passed out before I made it to the comfort of my own bed. Never mind, these relaxing sounds will ease the heavy burden of feeling misplaced.
Ever wondered into an unknown lively environment uninvited? The late night explorer, intoxicated to the max, will look for an adventure in the most unlikely of places, in search of bonhomie. They delve in unannounced and unnoticed and end up meeting various characters, interacting with them as if they were already friends. They give off a warm glow and a merry chatter, endearing themselves to all.
I’m taken back to a time in my life when I was very little. I’m at my grandparents house and amusing myself with my own thoughts, which happen to be very funny. I notice an object on the mantelpiece and become fascinated by it. The object is cube shaped with a myriad of photos attached to it. The cube is sitting upon something which enables it to spin around in a circular motion. When the cube spins it lets out a delightful melody which makes me very happy. Now, in my old age, I have replaced this happy sound with a maudlin tune. Its a strange thing nostalgia, isn’t it?
If this piece was indeed a jam that was edible, it would be soft and subtle with tasty textures that melt in your mouth. Spread it all over and share it with your friends and this will make it taste better.
Disclaimer - This is not a hangover cure. If you happen to be hungover, please try listening to one of the above tracks as they are more relaxing and will probably help you feel better. The name of this track came about through my own experience of being hungover and the process I went through of making this track, helped me through it. So music can cure many things, including hangovers.