Esoteric is now available on Bandcamp. Coming soon to  iTunes, Spotify, and more on September 19th. According to Wikipedia:

An esoteric programming language (sometimes shortened to esolang) is a programming language designed to test the boundaries of computer programming language design, as a proof of concept, as software art, or as a joke. The use of esoteric distinguishes these languages from programming languages that working developers use to write software. Usually, an esolang’s creators do not intend the language to be used for mainstream programming, although some esoteric features, such as visuospatial syntax,[1] have inspired practical applications in the arts. Such languages are often popular among hackers and hobbyists. Usability is rarely a goal for esoteric programming language designers—often it is quite the opposite. Their usual aim is to remove or replace conventional language features while still maintaining a language that is Turing-complete, or even one for which the computational class is unknown.

I was inspired by the concept of these programing languages, this album is all original music that have been in the works.

Royals EP Released!


This new EP, called “Royals EP”, contains seven seven tracks and material, most are inspired by the princesses from My Little Pony with only one exception. 

The songs are experiments to see how many times I can create variations on a theme, and how much variation I can create with it.

The core melody of the theme originated with 2012′s Royal Canterlot Voice and was revisited in 2013′s Teach me all your secrets. Both are included here in updated versions (both with revised endings) and without any samples of from the show. (No pony voices) both to showcase the melody of the theme, and to make them compliant with a future release on digital storefronts such as iTunes.

You can download the full EP on Bandcamp, at any price you’d like name (including free!)

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I’m working on adding more content to this website of mine, as well as making it more clear that my tumblr blog is the more active blog. I plan up upload photos from my previous convention trips and put them into galleries.

Things are moving along musically as well. I’m working on an EP called “Royals” which is inspired by the royal ponys from MLP. all the songs will be a variation of the same thing.

I also need to get scourge quest II onto iTunes + Spotify soon.



To be honest, i’m not actually minding this theme at all. It’s very clear, concise, and it gets the job done.

not to mention i don’t have to pay up the nose for a fancy looking theme. i’ll just stick with this one and try to edit it as i see fit as i go along.

I’m having some troubles with the WordPress way of things. I thought it was going to be more similar to tumblr’s methods of editing themes, but boy was I wrong. combine that with the fact that almost all the other themes cost money, i think I’ll just have to stick with this default one for now.

My goal with this site is to basically aggregate my social media feeds in some form. I wish I could have it look like my tumblr, but oh well.

Musician, mainly.