Some time ago there was a morning I had serious problems with my musical ignition. I just couldn’t make the decision of what to do.
Should I go orchestral, acoustic, guitar-stuff or electronic? What genre shall I conquer next? How do I feel right now?
I knew I wanted to make something from scratch. I have a cubic metre of A4s filled with musical notes, but I didn’t feel browsing through them.
Then I took out the trash. Literally.
On my way back in, I stopped to watch some house sparrows. Funny little guys. Hopping there, looking for food.
LE MOINEAU A LA BOUFFE was composed and recorded basically in one (long) sitting. Living is easy when you know exactly what to do.
Thanks sparrow guys!
HYPE builds up slow. When you expect it to explode into your consciousness, it disappears for a brief moment only to come back almost instantly.
Then it really starts to build up slowly.
Hype promises a lot and when you start to get impatient it doubles down the promises, and keeps you hooked.
When Hype finally reveals its hand, you realise the awful truth: Hype is the dealer in game where it makes up all the rules, and where it is always the only winner.
Hype is a big jerk.
Nobody attends the funeral of the Hype.
Unbalanced & amusing combo. Perhaps one I’ve never used before.
Yeah, gimme that.
No need to feature every section of the orchestra. No need to cover every frequency imaginable. Some stones may be left unturned.
Another one of those, that I like to call orchestral comical entertainment music: FUNNY FANNY.
It is played on a windy day by a tapir, a mackerel, two parrots and a colony of chinchillidae, all living in peace and harmony in a tropical island, and the surrounding waters.