aka Brandon Johnson has been putting together his mix of analog electronics and beats for some time. Growing up in and around Santa Barbara, he has recently traded the beaches and foothills of Southern California to move to the forests and mountains of Southern Oregon. Here he has enough space for his machine park to produce music aimed for the dancefloor as well as your headphones simultaneously.
This was definitely on the car stereo when I was a kid. Nostalgia overload!
A nice number for the pool and even some skylarking afterward.
Zone out to this and maybe see some colors.
With the right people and an acoustic guitar you might be able to do a singalong.
If I ever find myself camping in the desert, hopefully it's a rave, and hopefully they play this song.
Gotta set the mood. Mysterious...
When there's wah wah guitars, you know some one's being chased.
I do this on a fairly regular basis, and this is the song I always choose.
This song sounds like a robot preparing for an important date.
I would never destroy a hotel room, but maybe I could break a bottle to this song, and then carefully sweep it up afterward.
I could've listed some noisy punk rock or metal, but my neighbors might like that. They're more likely to be bothered by this - set to repeat.
You know I had to pick something from Detroit.
Suitable for an uncertain and possibly creepy journey.
A bittersweet song by one of my favorite bands.
I think I have it on a KTEL compilation somewhere.
It's the ultimate song for the end of a journey. Triumphant.
This is much more like the Disneyland Haunted House than the Shining.
It's mellow and uplifting at the same time. Good for a groggy morning.