Jeff Danos has been crafting experimental electronic music since 1994. He enjoys creating order out of chaos, regardless of genre. Approaching each new musical release as an experiment in sound, he fuses atypical idm, industrial, glitch, and ambient textures into complex cohesive compositions...which is a fancy way of saying that he has a knack for making strange and experimental music somehow more palatable.
Submitted by jeff on March 23, 2021 - 6:11pm
I don't do covers very often, but this song feels appropriate in March of 2021, after a year of experiencing the worst pandemic of our lifetime. I also don't regularly feature my voice without burying it under a ton of effects, but naked vocals are a necessity for this one - except for the final chorus!
"Five Years" is one of my absolute favorite songs by the late, great David Bowie, and this is a tribute to his amazing career and his music's influence on my life. If you're familiar with the original song, I hope you don't find this version too jarring. I tried to at least be authentic and sincere, and give it some new flavor.
If you're not already familiar with David Bowie's classic song "Five Years", you owe it to yourself to pick up his 1972 album the "Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars". I've spent countless hours listening to this album on repeat, and it has been a constant companion for many cross-country road trips. I hope it brings you some solace during these challenging times.
Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfTZE525Hh4
Submitted by jeff on February 5, 2021 - 8:26pm
My son Corbin has just released a new single titled "Rain" under his new project named Crowlock. He wrote and produced this on his own, and I just tweaked the mastering a bit for him. Super proud father here!
Submitted by jeff on December 31, 2020 - 12:40pm
Side-Line magazine has just released their latest compilation in the "Face the Beat" series, and it features an exclusive edit of the brand new track "Backyard Burner" by Testube! Featuring 139 tracks from a dizzying array of electronic and underground artists, you're sure to find some sounds that your ears enjoy. Visit the Side-Line page on Bandcamp and pay-what-you-can for this excellent music sampler.