“Something Warm” is an indie Rock Band from Tulsa, OK. James McGowan, formerly of The Living Machines & the Heat Circle (and guest percussion on Novachild’s “Havia” ) asked me to make a demo of the band. Here is their first release, “Need To Believe.”
This short and sweet song is my interpretation of driving down a moderately busy neighborhood street in a smart car.
For reals. I'm not just being pretentious. The best thing, however, is that I wrote it on the same day "Havia" was released. Inspired by a productivity buzz, three cups of special coffee, and a sudden urge to twiddle, "Smart Car" is my homage to liberation from infinite possibility.
Due to a recent computer crash, I'm having to mix on an older, slower mac. It's very different from anything on "Havia," but thus is the life of someone who can't play in the same room all day. Enjoy and share.
Credits Released 14 November 2011 Billy Gray provided the Bass Riff. James McGowan provided the Drum Riff.
They are awesome dudes. You can find their band “Something Warm” on Facebook. They also have a 5-song EP coming out, which I am currently wrapping up production for. Good times.
Here’s a fun video I made to my new song “Analogue Revolutionary,” which is also making its public debut in said video. The poetry was written by myself quite a few years ago and originally featured in the liner notes to “Traveller.” I decided to transport the travel theme into this song as a homage to where I’ve been. I hope you enjoy, and please share on your respective social media outlets to help spread the word about Novachild.
2011 marks 10 years of the Novachild project. To celebrate, I’ll be posting some rare/unreleased tracks from time to time. Some may even be remixes, but very likely I will allow time to be heard and avoid ‘fixing’ these old mixes as much as I can.
Here’s an ambient piece I wrote in 2001. Enjoy, share, comment!