Teh s3quence – Halloween 2015 by Jazzsequence on Mixcloud It’s been a while since I put one of these together so I thought it was time. This year’s Halloween mix collects a bunch of stuff that I could hear being included in a horror movie. Think of it as the soundtrack to the horror movie in my… Continue reading teh s3quence – Halloween 2015
I wasn’t sure if I was going to do this this year, but both my Twitter buds — Colin and Geoff — did Halloween singles this year, so I figured I had to make a mixtape that featured them. This also has some spooky side-projects of Colin’s as well as some other stuff I don’t… Continue reading Halloween 2013 mixtape
Slighter brings us a fiendishly excellent track for Halloween, a zombie-infused breakbeat track called “Outbreak” (get it? there’s a pun in there…). The track opens with a moody sound collage and dark ambient intro that reminds me of old school Skinny Puppy. Check it out and download it now!
Because I like to do things out of order (and also because I totally forgot that I hadn’t posted teh s3quence 014…), I’m giving you teh s3quence 015, the HALLOWEEN EDITION! Usually when I make a Halloween mix, it’s pretty straightforward — pick a bunch of songs that are about zombies, vampires, ghosts or are… Continue reading teh s3quence 015 – HALLOWEEN 2011 EDITION
Sometime before the world was supposed to end in earthquakes and fire I decided to make a playlist to commemorate the event. No, actually I was just inspired by the #myraptureplaylist meme that @neilhimself started on Twitter and HuffPo’s Rapture playlist (most of which doesn’t appear on mine). The majority of this mixtape was compiled… Continue reading teh s3quence 012 – the rapture edition (…or not)
Mark started his history of music production yesterday, and I thought I would follow suit. I’ve never documented the process. As I warned on his blog, my history is messy and doesn’t involve fancy equipment. In fact, to a large extent, it mostly involves the cheapest equipment available. But I’ll get to that. It all… Continue reading A History of Bedroom Production — Part 1