This video came from a need to provide some visuals to a track I produced a few nights ago after being inspired by one of my all time favorite bands Slowdive while listening to some of their older recordings (Shine and Allison come to mind).
I'd been meaning to make something bright and psychedelic and positive and a trying personal week really demanded of me some deep "light-work".
I wrote this track back about 10 years ago on my iPhone using Garageband and just recently found the file in an old backup, so I modernized the instruments a little bit to "finish" it. Then I used the Vythm music visualizer...
A self-portrait of the artist. Music generated with Open AI Jukebox and stitched together in Garageband. Video produced with a green-screen and Deforum Stable Diffusion 2.
While working on Stranger Aeons, some of the elements used escaped from a crack in the Piger Henricus and manifested in an an invisible vapor which wafted across the laboratory and settled into one of my network packet condensers.
"Adjura" is a bit of experimental music I recorded on my laptop while on a multi day train ride back in 2003. This video was produced in about 5 hours of render time by processing a video of a Mandelbrot set zoom through Stable Diffusion and some custom scripts to blend frames.
In July of 2022, I was having fun writing a synthwave track and decided to upload to my Soundcloud. In October 2022, I produced a video for it using roads and roller coasters and a heaping dose of Stable Diffusion.
A piece grappling with the topic of artificial life. Original imagery and music by Wizardhead in conjunction with nascent AI tooling of the early 21st century.
I recorded this song way back in the 20th century and only now has the technology to construct a graphic visualization of its sonic hyperstupefication become available. I'm actually dancing in this video, BTW. You're welcome for that.