Here’s a bass-heavy ghetto track I produced for whoever’s into that.
Here’s a weird tilted preview to celebrate that I’ve started working on this project again. A collection of short stories/action sequences, in comic form, told over nine panels using only two colors.
Felt like taking my pixel style in an entirely new direction. Introducing: The Sayba Punx. I’ll probably do a bunch more of these or something similar. I’m having fun :)
Still Life, 2014
"Wow did you produce that version of Get Raw or any more songs with MØ? I have a MØ based tumblr (m-o-slash) and I'm doing a lot to try to collect old songs of hers so this is really appreciated!"
Okay, so I’ve been getting a bajillion enquiries about MØ these past months. Guess it’s time I address this. It’ll give me something to reference for the future.
To answer your question: Yes, I produced 'Get Raw'. And yes I produced/collaborated with MØ on a bunch of other tunes. Karen is a friend of mine and we started doing music together when I produced some tunes for her band MOR.
The reasons I’ve been reluctant to answer all these requests are A: The tunes we did were more collaborations than actual MØ tunes. B: It was 4-5 years ago and we’ve both evolved artistically since. C: To be honest I’d rather be promoting the solo-stuff I’m doing now than old collaborations.
This doesn’t mean that I’m not proud of some of the stuff we did back then. Which is also why I’ll still occasionally share some of it. As for sending people mp3s like I’ve been asked before: This won’t happen. If you like ‘Get Raw’ you can buy it HERE, along with a bunch of other great tunes from talented artists. What ever else you can dig up of the vast graveyard that is the internet - cool! :)
If you like the actual production of a tune like ‘Get Raw’ you might like some of my other stuff ex.:
Ricky Lemon - The name under which I produced ‘Get Raw’. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find another little old thing on there ;)
Kind Hearts - Electronica, chillwave, nostalgic pop music.
Naked Werewolf - Footwork/juke, bass heavy dance music.
Anthm - Hip hop/dubstep-inspired future bass music.
That ended up being quite the rant and probably not the answer you were looking for. I hope it was somewhat useful anyway. Thank you for the interest and for the interest in my friend and the great music she does now. I’m very proud of her!
Dug out an oldie I never shared anywhere. An alternate early version of ‘Get Raw’ that ended up getting released on the compilation 'POISONOUS GASES presents: SKWEEE CRUISE'. This one features my good friend (and now pop superstar) MØ.