Gary Calamar "Prince of Pico Blvd./Little Tokyo Remixes" includes The Legendary House Cats remix of "Little Tokyo" which features vocals by Maria Taylor of Azure Ray. The EP is available as free download and streaming at the link below and features contributions by Quincy Blaque, Big Swede, and Transmission Project.
"Sink or Float" David Newton 2017 Mix, available now, streaming and limited free download.
Remix of the first effort from my solo project, The Legendary House Cats by The Legendary House Cats. Free ltd. download with bonus tracks incl. an unreleased mix from Colin C. (Slighter). File under Drum n'Gaze.
After mastering the last several Lemonade Kid EPs, I was invited by Dominic who helms the UK bsed project to collaborate on this mini LP. Remixers include Jeff Appleton, Jessica Pink, DJ Robin Tripp, Jarrod Jones, Milan, A Journey Of Giraffes, Forgotten Bee. 8 remixes across the electronic spectrum.
My second remix effort for Ottowa janglewave duo, Skytone's latest single "Lonely Holiday" is available now from their Bandcamp.
Out now, 12 unreleased performances, 4 from each band featuring classic tracks originally released for Cherry Red, Pink, Frank, Slumberland, Sarah Records.
Hi-fi, multi-track studio quality recordings, mastered for vinyl. 150 gram heavy vinyl, with metallic printed jacket, in collector grade poly-bag.
The first new recordings form 14 Iced Bears in 25 years!
Available at: https://threewishes.bandcamp.com
An original composition was featured again as the score for the mid-season premiere of The CW's longest running show, Supernatural.
My remixes of the latest indiepop gem from the incredibly talented duo from Ottowa, S K Y T O N E. Already a great song, I'm proud and flattered to be asked to remix their fine recordings. Available now on iTunes, and Bandcamp.
Thank you greatly to Wally at The Beautiful Music.
New solo music from John Girgus & The Legendary House Cats, out now. Free download for a limited time.
A forward-looking nod to roots in the tweepop days of Sarah Records, Sunday, and later LTM Records, arpeggiated electric guitars, melodic bass leads, and a mountain of synthesizer pads against pop electronic beats. Press release, more info, here.
RIYL: The Field Mice, Primal Scream, School of Seven Bells, Radio Dept., New Order, Prefab Sprout, Ulrich Schnauss, Railway Children, Chapterhouse, M83, Blueboy, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Pacific, Bizarre
Out now, my first sample pack for The Cell Studio is a collection of (50) ambient, shoegaze influenced guitar-based feedback and noise meticulously prepared for use as 24bit 48kHz meta-tagged sound files ready to inspire producers, composers, sound designers, DJs, etc. Chop/slice/loop or use in any creative way, free of copyright.
Usually hiding out deep into the layers of more accessible indie, pop, shoegaze based productions, I've now spent dedicated time to creating a selection of those sounds alone, also mining the archives of years of recording electric guitars. Recorded with my Japanese Fender Strat (Fralin pickups) amongst others, at LA recording studios (Rollercoaster, The Laundry Room, Cafe Ale) with an impressive list of junk including: Strymon Blue Sky Reverb, Roland RE-301 Chorus Echo, Fulltone OCD "special sauce", and tons more.
$15 USD, exclusively at the shop. Download a free micro-pack now for 5 additional sounds at The Cell Studio Store.
Why did you decide to release It Was the Rain: Lost Recordings 1993- 1995?
"I felt like I had to. Those tapes are some of our most important recorded material. Somewhere there are faxes from Matt (Sarah Records) giving us production notes about the studio recordings of “Byron”, basically telling us to find what we lost from those “demos”. Sarah did nobody any favors. They’ve passed on demos by Pale Saints, Manic Street Preachers, favorites amongst my favorite bands. What he loved about our music was contained in those recordings. Our friends loved them. I didn’t just set up a couple mics and track an existing band. That’s how I made and probably still make music. The song is written on the chromium oxide! Those recordings kind of are Aberdeen."
The latest from Lemonade Kid, features "Not Falling Out" with Nim Chimpsky, as heard on No Alternative Radio, Radio KC, Radio Ass Kiss on Spreaker.
Mastered by John Girgus.
I had the pleasure of producing and mixing the latest solo effort from Chris McRitchie (Non Ultra Joy, Big Stone City). Chris is one of the most talented songwriters I know, without question. Please give it a spin and follow for more.
Featuring Featherfin, Marc Elston, Royal Landscaping Society, Gabardine, Boyracer, Seapony, Rocketship, and more.
This extremely ambitious project was conceived of, and brought to fruition by, Jeremy Jensen — leader of the Boise, Idaho, pop group The Very Most — out of his appreciation of Rose's prolific output.
Any surplus from the sale of the CD and digital download will be donated to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, a charity that is near and dear to Rose’s heart.
Features "Lay the Country Down", Mastered by John Girgus.
My remixes for the latest single from the new synthpop project by Tracy Shedd and James Tritten, Band + The Beat. I heard Mark Robinson called them "incredible". (The feeling is mutual, of course, great remixes for them include Mark Robinson and True Vinyl Radio.)