Category Archives: Discography

2014: Solarno::Holiday

After three years of hard work, I decided to give my house band of jolly robots, The Singing Sines, a year off. With the Sines enjoying the beaches of Tahiti, it’s a magical place, I’ve gone ahead and done a little work on my own. I dusted off three EPs worth of Holiday music, recorded two new tracks, re-jumbled them into a delightful Holiday casserole, and baked it all for 60 minutes at 350 degrees.

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2013: We Three Robot Kings – A Holiday EP

1.  Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel
2.  Sevivon
3.  We Three Kings
4.  Greensleeves

Just in time for the Holidays comes the third installment of my “A Holiday EP” series.  After a long year of hibernation, my house band of jolly robots, The Singing Sines, are back and energized to bring you four more morsels of frost laden synths and delicious winter beats.

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2013: Viridis EP

1.  Wolfgang’s Devil
2.  Photosynthesis
3.  The Third Ray
4.  Chlorophyll
5.  Wyrms of Beinn Nibheis

Viridis is the fourth EP in my series that looks to explore the science, nature, and history behind the seven primary additive and subtractive colors.  These seven colors represent the CMYK and RGB color spaces.

Viridis is my exploration of the color green.  The word viridis is from the Latin verb vireo, meaning to be verdant, or to sprout, and was strongly associated with the color green.  Sources for subject matter for this EP were quite varied, with religious art, natural science, metaphysics, and geography all providing inspiration.

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2013: Magenta EP

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1.  Extraspectral
2.  Telekom
3.  Amor mi fa cantar a la Francesca
4.  Three Hours in Magenta
5.  It’s Complementary My Dear Watson

For those of you keeping score at home, Magenta is the third EP in my series that looks to explore the science and history behind the seven primary additive and subtractive colors.  These seven colors represent the CMYK and RGB color spaces.

Magenta itself is a highly unique color in that it does not exist as a part of the traditional, linear spectrum.  It’s not artificial, per say, just not obvious.  For this collection I’ve curated a selection of tracks that draw inspiration from it’s non-linear roots, it’s use in identity and branding, the musical history of it’s geographic origin, and the history, via warfare, of how the color received it’s name.  I’ve even managed to bring all four topics together in one continuous storyline as presented in a final fifth track.

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2012: God Rest Ye Merry Robotmen – a Holiday EP

1. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
2. Here We Come A Wassailing
3. Deck the Halls
4. O Come, All Ye Faithful

My house band of merry robots are back with four more rousing holiday tunes.  No singing by them this time around but plenty of old school synth-imbued eggnog mirth and electro-infused sugarplum beats to fill you with yuletide joy.

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