#1 today (Sub-genre)
#2 today (Sub-genre)
Tony Bullard wrote and played the rhythm section, Dave Goode got it from Minusdrums.com, created the drum tracks, and Gary added some leads that could break your heart. GOODE/SKOPICK PROJECT with drummer, Dave Goode from Mahogany Rush.
#4 today (Sub-genre)
Smooth verse, heavy chorus track in style of Linkin Park, Hollywood Undead, Marilyn Manson. Definitely has hook potential with right singer/rapper over it. Re-made by request. Available for lease. Rattlehead remix. Guitars: Paul E. Melwiki.
#5 today (Sub-genre)
POST-ROCK : gently fading in, gently fading out. Processed drums, looped and detuned guitar, and sequenced sounds. Songpraise is Russian. Spoken word at the end : American Sermons Radio. SUPER headphones recommended!
#6 today (Sub-genre)
Loose translation : Music For People Who Severely Suffer From Homesickness ( SUPER headphones recommended! ) Most important influence - Jimi Hendrix. Standalone piece.
#7 today (Sub-genre)
First song Bob and Joe wrote in their very early teens in the basement of Bobs parents house in St James NY 1970
#8 today (Sub-genre)
My backing track trades off between a Beck & ZZ vibe, with Swamps and I trading solos.
#11 today (Sub-genre)
A high-energy instrumental. The 'intro' is almost two minutes long, then the real fun begins. From a 1993 rehearsal; acoustic & electronic drumkit.
#12 today (Sub-genre)
Another Ganimead experiment... this time a Spacey Rock Instrumental... and absolutely NON-Abstract..!!!............ Many thanks to my good friend Danney Alkana for inspiring me to write this piece..'You are never too old!'
#13 today (Sub-genre)
A new yourny to another genre. i hope you enyoy this also :------------------)))))))))))))))
#14 today (Sub-genre)
My version to a backing by my friend Michael Laycock for the LPF Jam Zone. Kloppmann equipped daphne blue Relic Strat & Axe Fx II Cornford Sim.
#17 today (Sub-genre)