In the beginning, I had plans to make two separate tunes, along the lines of:
1) Classy crime/murder/mystery theme music
2) Minimalistic melody played by music box, represented in a scary context
WITCH HUNTERS DREAM is a combination of those ideas. Two drastically different melodies weaving together.
I think it came out very nicely. Sometimes two melodies crossing in the night are worth a thousand frames.
Merry Samhain, folks!
Today – my friends – the toddlerism of a website is officially over. Kongano.com is three earth years old. Can you believe it, ‘cos I sure can!
Ok, kongano may still be sulky when it’s finger nails are being cut or when it’s blood sugar gets dangerously low, but hey! It’s all in the name of growing up.
TRICYCLE is something to celebrate this glorious day, my friends!
(I was gonna call it “Money or tricycle”, but that would’ve been so funny, it might be considered illegal.)
The tune’s all about the good old “cascading echo”-guitar trick. Mr. Google is your friend.
To all my friends!
Stupid google. Making folks lose their train of thought since 1842. Just google “can people”, and let the autocomplete make you wonder the mysteries of the human mind.
Now to get back to the actual post. Ahem:
Can people who are completely incapable of dancing write dance music?
Well, I just did. There you go: WRITTEN ALL OVER IT.
And then I had to see Elaine’s dance in “Seinfeld”. And maybe another clip. And another. Hmm, what’s Julia Louis-Dreyfus up to these days? How about Jason Alexander? Oh look, cats. When did the Battle of Nuremberg take place?
I felt like playing some guitar and I did!
So, I riffed a couple of riffs in a riffin way and then doubled them and then doubled the doubles.
That’s how you make your rock go yeah!
Looks so and will to kill seemed like a too negative way to end the day, so I went with LOOKS SO AND WILL TO LIVE.
Personal note (date unknown, maybe last springish?), filed under Name Ideas:
Quote from a blog post by myself in 26.6.2017:
“I should start naming tunes after food.”
Make a note and you shall remember:
PIZZA HEIST OF THE CENTURY.
Then we return to the land of howling winds and dust storms. The land where the mighty engines roam. The land where the only law is the law of gravity.
DEMON OF OIL AND LEATHER is all about madmaxesque aesthetics. Naturally that style is presented in the 80’s kind of way. There’s no other way.
By the way, when I say “madmaxesque”, I refer to Mad Max 2.
You shall have no other Mad Maxes before me.