Lately I've been spending my music time creating a browser-based instrument, rather than creating tunes. The website, websynths.com, is an interesting way to combine my passion for synthesis, web UX, and coding into a tool I can share freely with anyone who has internet access.
Dyzo Blue reimagines Clara Lofaro's Born to love you as house music.
Dyzo Blue reimagines Dave Keeners Slugger as electronica. Read Dave's blog post about the production process, here.
Dyzo Blue is my new musical persona. The focus is Moombah, Trap and Experimental Breakbeats.
Black Cherry is a London based trip-hop band that asked me to remix this single.
Quoting the press release:
The brilliant echoes of Corey Baker & Indicant's "Slow on the Uptake" return to NOSI for a warm clutch of remixes from some of the finest underground artists.
Mitch Wells jacks the production into a gigantic outer space lightning storm. Attack drums chunk out the center while swirled intoxicated alien effects blur your vision. Voice samples echo through the space asking for decoding. This is a huge cut with one step in the new beat formats and frightening energy, and the other in epic electronic production. Vivid and intense.
Sleepy & Boo drop our brand new track at Cielo, NYC. Crowd digs it.
Tristan Dominguez & Mitch Wells release this techno EP on the Netherland's Kynatix Records! DJ Support: Dubfire (USA), Kazell (USA), Judge Jules (UK), Brad Slims (USA), AJ Morris (USA), and many others.
For their 44th release, NOSI music delves into the sight and sound of the future with this detailed Dubstep digger. With lugged out sonic bass rubs, staggered synth melodics and pulled chords that speak of the future. Light tonal melodies placed high in the mix give it a clean open quality with plenty of room for breath, giving this ratcheted track a positivity many others of the genre lack.
Mitch Wells turns the original inside out with a frenetic frontal Drum & Bass approach. Big drop offs allow just enough time to zoom into giga-valleys of sound. The details are rich, heavy, and abstract.
Mitch Wells produced this DubStep track around a Wikileaks audio recording, purported to be of L. Ron Hubbard, giving a confidential lecture in 1968 on Scientology.
Mitch Wells won the Heineken Green Shoelace Remix Challenge with his remix of the Scanners' "Baby Blue".
Download the template. Then, print it, cut it, fold it and bam: Cute new toy for your desk!