Sound-sized Treats is a chill-hop album featuring smokey, hand-crafted rhythms, hazy Rhodes piano licks and vintage synthesizer melodies. A soulful male and female duet is featured in “Life Lockdown”. Antique vocal snippets spanning from the 1960’s can be heard in “Golden Throat Sound”. And the sounds of coffee beans and English muffins are morphed into musical delights in “Window Fog”.
Window Fog is a song that I’m really proud of. It’s got this character that I’ve wanted to do for exactly this kind of album. The song has four pianos. The main melody (“Rhode1”) is a Rhodes piano with a really nice tremor effect that Continue reading →
Studio Baby was the second-to-last song to be created for Sound-sized Treats. My first child was just born a week after I started creating this song. I would keep the violin instrument active in the studio hardware and, when it was time to feed my son a bottle, I would play some Continue reading →
When creating Lonesome Lanes, I started by creating a song surrounding the idea of walking late at night. The feeling of empty, lonely streets. Sprinklers performing their thankless job of spraying lawns in an arching motion, only to rapidly return direction and Continue reading →