Thanks to everyone who came out today. I really appreciate the continued support for this project. It’s a very silly thing, and I’m so glad this many people embrace silliness as much as I do. Here’s a playlist of most of the tracks featured in today’s .mp3. Many are old favorites, and there’s a few new ones. I made the set in the order they appear in the .mp3. If you heard something you don’t see here, send a message through the contact form. The video should up in a week or so.
Presenting: Soup Ascends – A quixotic journey through space-time. You can buy the record from Bandcamp, or download all tracks free individually from Soundcloud. This is a very mellow record, and quite unlike other music that I’ve released. It’s great for rainy days and quiet nights. Very groovy in headphones. I hope you enjoy it, internet.
Today is the 25th anniversary of the Gameboy, so I wanted to share this demo track I never released (because I never finished it) for a video game that never got off the ground. The concept was “Flying V + Gameboy = Explosion”
It’s funny because it takes the same amount of character to write 2k14 as it does to write 2014. Wait? What’s that? That’s not funny? You just want to see people without their pants? Ug…that’s what I get for talking to the internet.
The feature documentary about Improv Everywhere is out today. I’m in the film quite a bit (I even have a line in the trailer!) and I worked on the score along with Mike Parker and Matt Oestreicher. Check out the trailer below then watch the full movie at wecausescenes.com