At the end of 2015, I launched a Patreon campaign and began recording and arranging a full song every month. This page lists every song I've produced in chronological order. All are free to stream.
A song that's a lot less ominous than the title would have you believe.
A song that will pick you up.
A portrait of a pitiable Dickensian orphan that takes one or two cues from the Decemberists.
You shouldn't pet porcupines.
Something to hum when no one's around to say goodnight.
A duet that deals with disappointment.
A catchy sketch on guitar that somehow transformed into a theme for an old western movie.
A less-than-original blues song that criticizes unoriginality.
Some apologies just make you feel worse.
An old generation x-er in the park expresses relief and a little remorse about not being cool anymore.
A dreamy, madrigal tune.
Kyle made a punk song? Yeah, it doesn't make sense to me either.
A stream-of-consciousness piece that has something to do with the role of imagination in making sense of a messy relationship.
A solo piano piece that draws inspiration from Chopin's Nocturnes and Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata."
What's the cost of waiting for happily ever after?
An instrumental swan song to 2015.
A song about bullying, despite what the name would suggest—with bongos!
An ode to friendship.
A nostalgic piece about two restless teenagers struggling to pass the time and fend off impending boredom.
I also recorded and arranged a few songs prior to launching Patreon. For a listing, click here.