Shadow Run Theme Song
Posted on February 14th, 2015 at 11:59 am by admin

Harmontown has been a part of my morning commute for almost a year now. Thanks to my friend @mateov for turning me on to it. They’ve been looking for unlicensed, unsigned, independent music to play during its shows, so I thought I would take a stab at a Shadow Run Theme Song. Hope they like it!

Theme Songs
Posted on May 1st, 2011 at 3:33 pm by admin

Here is a collection of Theme Songs I’ve created for my close friends over the past few years. Click here or the pic below. Please, Enjoy Them!

Thumb Wizards presents: Sudoku Puzzle Packs !
Posted on April 25th, 2011 at 11:22 am by Brian

I’ve teamed up with Thumb Wizards to create the sound effects and music for this awesome Sudoku iphone / ipad / ipod touch game. Check out the video below and get it FREE from the app store here!

Sudoku Puzzle Packs 2011 Trailer from Thumb Wizards on Vimeo.

Black Jesus
Posted on September 1st, 2010 at 5:33 pm by Brian

I had the pleasure of attending Bryan (AKA Black Jesus) and Kara’s wedding last weekend. Congratulations you two! May there be full on double rainbows everyday of your beautiful lives. I present to you, the “Black Jesus” theme song.Black JesusBOUNCE

His Voice Boombastic
Posted on July 14th, 2008 at 1:16 pm by Brian

Vocal Chords elastic…this theme song was created for a very good friend of mine, Brent Newcomb. Otherwise known as Brentando, or The Tand, Brent has the most powerful vocal chords known to man. This is useful for when he is belting out tasty melodies, while strumming soulful chords on the guitar. He is a man ahead of his time, and will always have this timeless theme song. Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the Brentando theme song.

Richard the Wizard…the Berklee Wiz.
Posted on May 27th, 2008 at 11:11 am by Brian

My good friend Richard London has been dubbed “The Berkelee Wizard”. To capture his magical essence, I crafted a theme song that tailored to his unique style, amazing musicality, and sheer brilliance. This song became and instant classic. I now invite you to kick back, listen and enjoy “The Berklee Wiz“.

Another addition to the Hall of Themes
Posted on May 8th, 2008 at 3:25 pm by Brian

Joe Rauen is a great friend, musician, gentleman and a scholar. We met at Berklee through our mutual friend Nathan Blaz. His sense of humor is contagious and when he’s in character, WATCH OUT! One of the characters that Joe Rauen has played over the years has been dubbed “Johnny Mokuyobi”. I always imagined a superhuman character that was immortal, could walk through walls, and shape-shift into anything within a blink of an eye. So, I sat down and composed an action packed theme song for Mr. Rauen. Here is “Johnny Mokuyobi“.

You know what time it is…
Posted on April 18th, 2008 at 2:33 pm by Brian

Time to grind it. The “Bud Grindin Anna” Theme Song was another one I created early on in my theme song career. It was for my friend Anna Suzuki. The song incorporates some live guitar, a little bit of sequencing, and a sexy groove. Her personality is magnetic and intoxicating, so I hoped to harness this energy into her theme song. I threw in a few inside jokes, some tasty background vocals, and a whole lotta love. Without further ado, here is the second installment of the theme song blog “Bud Grindin Anna”.

“Nasty Nate” – The theme that started a revolution
Posted on April 13th, 2008 at 10:24 pm by Brian

This is the theme song that started it all. I remember it was a late night. I was hanging out with my friend and Geographer band member Nathan Blaz, and thought about how cool it would be if people had their own custom theme songs. A song that would capture the very essence of their awesomeness. Back in the day, Nate’s nick name was “Nasty Nate”. I used his Nasty Nate moniker to quickly conjure ideas for his theme, and the rest is history. I decided to set some limitations on the composition, which would inevitably become loose guidelines for how future themes were created. I gave myself between 60-90 seconds for the duration of the song, included a strong hook/refrain, and made the song aurally embody the baine of that person’s existance (through my eyes and ears of course). And now, for your listening pleasure, the one that started it all, the “Nasty Nate” theme song. Enjoy.

Theme Songs
Posted on April 10th, 2008 at 8:57 am by Brian

I’ve been receiving a lot of requests to blog about the theme songs I have created over the years. The select few peeps that I’ve composed themes songs for have had a profound impact on my life. They have helped make me who I am today. I am fortunate that our paths have crossed in this crazy world, and what better way to show my appreciation than a theme song right? I’ll start towards the beginning. Check back in the next few days to see how it all started. Until then…