Disquiet Junto 0315 First Chair



The Junto this week asks for the first part of a trio.

I recorded a bass part at 81 BPM.

It starts E D C, then E G D. Then arpeggios through E G D C, I think.

There’s a bit that holds A B7 D, then it goes through the arpeggios again.

You can download this part here

Naviarhaiku209 – I am all ears



The haiku shared by Naviar Records this week led me to think of rice and listening.

As a result I went back to the folder of music from Ceylon that was part of the Disquiet Junto's Three Princes project, which I also used to make music for a toasted sandwich with weed and leftover curry.

The outcome was that I listened to music and looked for a way to contribute, settling on adding drums to Sunil Santha's 'Don Don Don Dontha'.

naviarhaiku208 – Considering the years gone by



Marco at Naviar Records describes the haiku shared this week as "more abstract than usual, but I think it’s a perfect conclusion for this year"

When I began contemplating the words, I imagined surveying the landscape of my own haiku. I reviewed those written each day this year and imagined striding through the results like a giant.

"In Giant Steps" is a dash through the prose I've written this year. It's the first spoken word response I've recorded for Naviar in a while.