– Experimental instrumental hip hop duo
– Creative studio techniques
– Some very short songs
– Groove-based compositions
– Many short albums/EPs/beat tapes, all available for free from voicerom.bandcamp.com
The latest voiceROM record. Get! Free!
A new clip for the first track off Sad Music For Losers.
52Day! With CJ Rhodes and James Brown.
An other video! This one is a radical departure from my usual technique of not using La Toya Jackson footage.
More voiceROM madness. Get into it!
Yet another voiceROM classic new album.
Featuring two types of quail!
From the “album” Tennis News.
voiceROM’s new “album” is here. I think it’s one of our best.
It the 1st anniversary of the 1st voiceROM “album”! We thought we’d celebrate by releasing the 12th voiceROM “album”.
I quite like this one. It contains some good urban beats. It sould appeal to youths. It is amongst Chad Kroeger’s finest work too.
Doesn’t actually feature any more sythesizers than our other recent “albums”. ‘The Ballad Of One Of The Trumpet Players From The Shaolin Afronauts (feat. an eagle)’ should serve as a warning to everyone – if you warm up your trumpet while I’m recording percussion samples then expect to end up as the melody on a voiceROM “album”. Contains our shortest song to date: ‘Here, There and Elviswhere’ (00:00).
There is quite a lot of singing in this one. Good news for people who like singing.
Beverages starts looking at some unconvential recording and production techniques, such as making translation pronouciation guides sing and recording tracks in a crowded ramen restaurant. It features the longest voiceROM track thus far (a whopping 4:38!): ‘Stethoscopes and Hovercrafts’.
Most of this was actually made before voiceROM was a thing. But we spruced it up and gave it a proper VR release anyway. It has the most rapping of any of our “albums” so far, performed by the guys who dubbed the film ‘Five Deadly Venoms’. I haven’t been able to find out their names. Sam Zerna says that this one is his favourite.
And here it is, synced with the film. (The mix is better on the proper “album” release.)
For Lounge we ababdoned our old album naming convention and started using more keyboards. This “album” has real piano and real Yamaha DX7, amongst other things. ‘Jan or Jan?’ is an in depth look at how two totally different names can be spelled (or spelt) the same way and how this might affect a person with one of those names, and also features a question mark in the title.
All secrets are revealed in this releaving documentary / music video. It contains heaps of our released music plus some stuff not on any “albums”. It took me freaking ages to make this because my laptop gets incredibly hot when dealing with video, so I’d like everyone to watch it all the time if possible please.