Friday, July 11, 2014

Just a little something for the Naviar Haiku Project.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Chippy chip!

Just a fun little 8Bit Drum'n'bass tune using a Refill from Moon Echo Audio.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Victoria, What Are We Really Burning?

A non-profit in Australia used one of my tracks for this video about deliberate burns of the countryside to prevent wildfires.

Caution, some of these images are disturbing.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014


A piece for the Naviar Haiku project.

Flirting with war gods
Dancing underneath red moons
Hiroshima cries

Friday, June 13, 2014

Take the time

Been trying to participate in the Naviar Haiku project whenever possible.  This is the first entry in awhile.  I kind of like it.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

What are we doing?

Tried for an Autechre type of piece.  I think it came off alright.

Lots of non-typical routing to get these sounds.  Well, non-typical for me.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Day 499: 500!

It's been a long and productive trip.  I doubt that I will ever again produce so much music in so short a time.  I will be surprised if anyone I know (or don't know) has actually listened to everything I put out.  It's all been heard, even if only by a few.  Just under 18,000 plays as of today on Soundcloud, so I think I can safely say some people out there were listening.

I want to thank a few people for their encouragement and collaboration during this grand experiment.

Colin Fox (partner in crime in The 117th Parallel)
Frank Georg Lucas (excellent sound designer and composer)
Carl Holmes (awesome supporter)
Inphasouk Inthasomsack (awesome supporter)
Aaron Ciesliga (awesome supporter)
Laura Elvenly (awesome vocal collaborator)

There are a few more I'm probably forgetting, so I'm sorry if I missed you.

The album 500 Days album will be up on Bandcamp in another day or two.  To celebrate I'm making all 5 albums PWYW (Pay What You Want) for a brief period.

Thanks for listening.

Chad J. Taylor