I guess I’ll be all multi-platform about this (facebook twitter )… what is a song you really like, but probably shouldn’t sing in public?






Gravity Falls Theme Song
For Orchestra by Walt Ribeiro

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I’m starting to obsess over adding a lonely clarinet or oboe to my intros. I can assure you, this is good.

I sure hope the members of The Royal Order of the Holy Mackerel know about the amazing covers of Walt Ribeiro. 

This makes me happy.

One of my favorite soundtracks. David A. Stewart did some good work on The Ref (aka Hostile Hostages)

The Ref (1994) directed by Ted Demme, starring Denis Leary, Judy Davis, Kevin Spacey and Robert J. Steinmiller Jr.; Music by David A. Stewart

Minecraft - Volume Beta, by C418

New musics. Lovely.

"He sang me songs—"
"The bands were new to me: Boston, Kansas, America, Europe, Asia."
"Travel exhausts me."

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001), directed by and starring John Cameron Mitchell

This song.

(Source: Spotify)

"Twelve Tones" by Vi Hart. A somewhat rambling, gorgeous polemic on 12-tone music, math, copyright law, zombies, shapes, nursery rhymes and the true nature of reality itself.

Grand, wondrous. In 30 minutes, Vi inspires every bit as much as by Douglas Hofstadter.




This makes me inexplicably happy.

Hey, it’s my ringtone!

"Whistle Stop" by Roger Miller from Disney’s Robin Hood (1973).

(Source: ladamania)

Reblogging from myself, because I can!


Aeon Now, dark vaudeville punk zombie cabaret bunnies

My Clock Explodes!

I am particularly a fan of the scruffy blond bunny boy.

An unexpected cover of “We Will Rock You” — can anyone tell me more?

(Source: izyuki, via tommylaval)

"I dreamt music."

Blade Runner (1982) directed by Ridley Scott, starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh, Daryl Hannah, William Sanderson, Brion James, Joe Turkel, Joanna Cassidy, James Hong, Morgan Paull, Kevin Thompson. Based on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick.

"You Nearly Lose Your Mind"

Noise composition concocted around samples of the Cackle Sisters.

….hm, I wonder if I can get samples of the Kipper Kids….


This blog is mostly movies — like 98% — but also has moments of Minecraft and occasionally some of my original compositions. These are digitally edited, occasionally with samples or clips of sounds I’ve made myself. Most common are noise compositions, but I have dabbled in mashups.

This is one such mashup.

"Scotty" contains:

"Hey Scotty" meme clip from the movie Second Glance(1992).

"Watching Scotty Grow" by Bobby Goldsboro

"Watching Scotty Die" by The Dead Milkmen

"Scotty Doesn’t Know" from the movie Eurotrip

"Scotty’s Calling Me" by D4L

"She Broke My Heart in Three Places" by the Hoosier Hotshots. Desccribed on BoinBoing as "klezmercountryjazzswing,” it kinda makes me think of some sort of middle-American skiffle band.

Just silly and fun and part of why I like humankind.