When the shit hits the fan, celebrate life and love by writing a smutty little pop song such as Penelope Petticue.Tweet
- Suis-moi is to be sung by a siren (presumably by a female actress).
- Un manteau is a proof of concept for an operatic version of the first song. It features a trio between the siren, Capitaine Cancer and the main character, Malloy. I sing all the parts in the demo. The other version is included to spare you my voice.
The exciting sequel to Dead & Buried has landed.
With Fragile Bloom, Remote Possibility delicately reveals further poignant and moving details about its uneasy relationship with Rock Stardom.Tweet
Barely a week after completing Au doigt et à l’œil, I woke up with a new musical bee in my bonnet.
I started working on Smooth Groove early yesterday morning and finished late this morning.
Here’s the official blurb on Smooth Groove :
To whip up Smooth Groove, begin with a dash of cymbal, add a little fresh-picked commentary, mix in a pinch of misplaced pride, and simmer the mixture over a low flame.
Consume without moderation.
A sad, sad song.
I hoped I would never have to write Au doigt et à l’œil, but several recent unexpected personal clashes forced my hand.
And while I was recording it, the subject of the song became a hot topic in local news.Tweet
Bandcamp is apparently the place to be. No, it isn’t a gathering of musicians in some remote mosquito-infested location. It is yet another music hosting site.
Bandcamp‘s success probably has to do with the fact that it is easy to sell your music on the site.
The upshot for you crazy audiophiles out there is that I had to upload high-quality (ahem…) AIF files, which means that you can download the songs in a variety of high-def formats, FOR FREE, instead of settling for the crummy MP3s available on my regular music site.
Of course, in most blind audio tests, people actually prefer MP3s (probably because that’s what they’re used to). I can certainly relate to that. I still shudder when I think back to the first time I heard “Sergeant Pepper’s” on CD. Oh the horror!
But what if you’re not an audiophiliac and don’t know your FLAC from your AAC? You might still want to check out the cool hi-res images I was forced to create for the song pages.Tweet
Président is the latest opus by my son Nico, 16. He wrote the music and lyrics. I merely recorded the instrumental tracks, following his strict instructions, and mixed his vocals in.
You can listen to it on 1 mot, 1 chanson.
So why are you still reading this?Tweet
Remote Possibility re-returns!
Remote Possibility’s latest heavenly opus, Dead & Buried, is sure to haunt you till the end of time, or at the very least until some other catchy tune takes over your poor, defenseless brain.
Proceed with caution.Tweet
Remote Possibility returns!
To further complicate matters, the songs had to contain one of the following words : dog, firecracker, lampshade, Japan or NPR.
Undaunted, Icepac (in Alberta, Canada) wrote all 6 words into his lyrics.
He then sent the words to Sknoblogger late afternoon on Saturday (local Paris time).
Sknoblogger wrote the chorus that evening, and finished writing and recording the song in time for submission on Sunday.
Icepac has all the details on the Remote Possibility song page!
So now you too can enjoy a Second Honeymoon!Tweet
I haven’t had a chance to watch it yet, but I wanted to thank him by giving his work a little exposure.Tweet