After hastily knocking out a couple of shambolic covers and rounding off a series of masturbatory essays on my old songs, I shall continue my vain attempt to distract from the fact that I haven’t written an original piece of music in nine-and-a-half months by raiding the vaults once again. At least this time, I’m […]
A new electronic piece for the new year: [audio:http://hitrecord_prod.s3.amazonaws.com/record_attachments/625792/original/metastasize.mp3|titles=metastasize|artists=noiseball] [download mp3] Available via hitRECord.org.
Way back in early 2002, I recorded this track called ‘Slip’, an improvised piece, played with a slide on an overdriven, alternately-tuned electric guitar, which had a screwdriver placed between the strings and the fretboard: [audio:http://www.davidding.com/audio/compilation/selection/30_slip.mp3|titles=slip|artists=david ding] Little did 18-year-old me know, nine-and-a-half years later, that piece would be used as bumper music on a […]
Just dida mashup of samples from contributions to an Alice in Wonderland-based collaboration on hitRECord.org: check it out on the site. Some other hitREC projects I involved myself in over the last few months: ‘Got My Hair Cut’ ‘Walls’ ‘Broken Senses of Everything’ ‘Desk Drum Circle (Remix)’
[audio:http://www.davidding.com/audio/other/hard_to_please_jubilant_fawn_mix.mp3|titles=hard to please (Jubliant Fawn mix)|artists=david ding] Jubilant Fawn (a.k.a. Jeremy Mullins) has transformed ‘Hard to Please’! You can download the MP3 here. Make sure you crank up the bass! If you’d like to remix it yourself, you can get all the stems on hitRECord.org. In other ‘Hard to Please’ news, hitRECorder Bloemday has made […]