The Miscreanthology (1993 - 2015)

Drum machines, microphones, 4-tracks, feedback, guitars, samplers, skateboards, sleaze, dysfunction, nihilism, turntables, analog synthesizers, lo-fi everything, counterculture, experimentation, digital destruction, sonic manipulation, fuzz pedals, space echo, spring reverb, tape noise, trap kits, vocoders, talk-boxes, theremins, amps, speakers, dusty records, Casio keyboards, strange loops, sex sounds, 12-bit beats, bad raps, live claps, djembes, jam sessions, distorted vox, filter sweeps, knobs, crossfaders, sequencers, cassette decks, bongs, bowls, LSD, psychedelic freakouts, crazy girlfriends, red wine, white wine, modded kicks, broken snares, good times, bad times, insomnia, isolation, insanity, and everything in between....

I've been recording music in one form or another since 1989, and whereas the collection below is far from everything, it represents the gist of the sonic-nonsense that I've released or been involved with between 1993 and 2015 under such monikers as The Miscreants, Tripnophonic, Casiohardcore, Pugs on Drugs, Sleaze Machine, and The Hi-Fi/Low-Life. Most, if not all, of the early shit was recorded either on an analog 4-track or on a second hand cassette deck so the quality may not always be up to modern standards. To put things into a further perspective, I didn't start using digital audio until 2001, and even then, it was used reluctantly. With that said, for the first time in one place, I excitedly/shamefully present; The Miscreanthology: Music for Interventions (1993-2015)Part One contains all of the vocal tracks I've done, from angsty, chemical-induced punk rock to obnoxious rhymes about strippers, shoplifting, and all points in between. Part Two re-introduces the experimental and drug-fueled instrumental vibe while Part Three captures the complete Hi-Fi/Low-Life project for your abstract/weirdo listening pleasure...


Music for Interventions Part 1: The Vox


Music for Interventions Part 2: The Instrumentals


Music for Interventions Part 3: The Hi-Fi/Low-Life