Monday, April 4, 2011

Perfect Dogs: Two new songs from the collection "Perfect Bijon"

There's not much to go into about the title here. Phonetically and visually, the concept of the perfect Bijon is a docile, if not pleasant one. It's warm, personable and all together pleasing as I hope the song will be.

The song is another textured and flickering wash of guitars, keys, production and clarinet. It's the title track of my 169th collection of songs (album, ep, mini-album or whatever).

There's a softness to this one that's been absent from the previous few postings. I hope you enjoy it.

As always, feel free to download or reblogg it. All of my music is/always will be (unless someone commissions something like an OST, but you get what I'm saying)!

"Perfect Dachshund" is the second song off of 'Perfect Bijon'. It is, in a way, warmer, more textured and far more rhythmic than the previous track. It features an anchoring rhythm which started as a manually played electric piano part that I played for two measures and looped (subsequently processing and editing throughout the duration of the song).

Backing this is a repetitive (slowly building) clarinet part (three or four in all) and a processed guitar improv. The song, in an aesthetic way similar to the previous one, attempts to find a warm and pleasant, all the while still emotionally engaging, atmosphere. Nostalgic escapism. Or just a smile.


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