MANOIL SIDEBURN TAKEOVER
Very, very experimental composition for piano, celesta, double bass, trombone, bamboo flute & percussions. Free jazz / modern art music madness from start to finish.
NATIONAL ANTHEM OF PREPOSTRISTAN
So very official song of a made-up country, heard through a poor kitchen radio. Militaristic and lofty feel. All hail this glorious nation and its wise (and not at all evil) leader!
AT THE MINISTRY OF NONSENSE
Silly, minimalistic tune that’s certainly in a some kind of a hurry. Weirdo combo of mallets, electric piano, cello, flute and such. Percussions are not needed because the whole tune is basically a one big rhythmic mass.
ABORRENEAN EARRIP BLUES
Math-noise-industrial-rock-monstrosity. Two electric guitars, the stick, drums and wacky percussions. Pretty extreme stuff. This either makes you smile or turns out to be the most terrible manure you’ve ever heard.
Orchestral comical entertainment music with some influences from eastern european folk music. Strings, several woodwinds, tuba, marimba, vibraphone, silly organ and drums. Chipmunks hustling all over the place kind of feel.
Epic orchestral rock with some girly humming. Orchestra, drums and ”hm-hm-hmm”.
Completely program music: Dwarves marching in a militaristic fashion -> dwarves mining those precious minerals -> dwarves battling the hordes of evil -> dwarves relaxing after a hard days work with some good old firewater. Starring clarinet!
THEME FROM AN IMAGINARY C-64 GAME
Soundtrack of an imaginary C64-game. Loading noise -> start screen -> get ready message -> first level, doing well bro -> inevitable death. Made entirely with freeware SID-emulators. (Which is the soundchip used in C64-computers.)