THE DAISY BLADES – FLASH FREAKOUT (2019)
A collaboration between DB and Gabe Chiarello of the highly underrated New Jersey group Sink Tapes. A fogged-out, low-cost, mid-fi pop record for the low income set. Recorded by DB and GC at Pale Birds Eye in Bloomington, Indiana.
Running the gamut from shimmering pop music to decomposed gamelan tape loops, this new full-length is the most fully realized version of David Brown’s personality in audio form. Recorded by Marcus Lappin and Nathan Gill.
SELECTED INSTRUMENTALS, DRONES, AND UNRELEASED TRACKS (2018)
A collection of various tonal experiments, themes to greet the rising sun, and dirges to dismiss the ending day, all arranged to flow together in a way most satisfying to the human user 01101001101.
BATTLE FLOWERS (2017)
A minimal acid-folk offering. Recorded under the influence of Bert Jansch and Syd Barrett, and in the ever-extending shadow of Leonard Cohen.
MORE CLINICAL PSYCHEDELIA (2016)
SIDE A: Further explorations of pop music’s deconstruction! The robots would be proud!
SIDE B: Slide on down that slide and let’s see what kind of thinking we can get done!
DAVID BROWN AND THE TOMORROWMEN – S/T (2016)
Pop and folk songs paired with epic tape loop meditations to form a musically schizophrenic song cycle. All instruments played by DB. Recorded by Chris Wittman.
DESERT STORM THE 2nd (2015)
Time travel IS possible! Here we have the soundtrack to a short story written by David Brown at a very young age — a tale of war, death, loss, and giant aliens from another dimension. All sounds by DB. Narrated by Dustin Monk.
LISTEN! THE SONGS OF JOHN AND YOKO (2015)
This EP, a short collection of songs by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, was originally given away in an edition of 50 of Record Store Day 2015.
A short EP of electronic repetitions, with one low-key ditty about death tossed in for good measure.
DAVID BROWN IS LOSING HIS MIND (2013)
The first proper solo effort, an EP of equal parts synthesized wandering and pop hooks, was the first of many works recorded in DB’s attic studio, Jurassic Park (RIP).
DAS BASTARD (2013)
This collection of covers was originally given away on Record Store Day 2013.
with SECONDARY MODERN:
member, 2005-2016; vocals, guitar, keys, percussion, principal songwriter.
ANIMAL CHATTER (2015)
VENUS BIRDS (2014)
NEW COLONY (2013)
HELP! LIVE ON RSD (2013)
Yes, that Help. Done for no real reason with our buddy Marcus Lappin playing second guitar.
VAUDEVILLE GHOSTS (2010)
outta print, outta sight:
THIN CITIES (2008)
VANILLA TO AN ENGLISHMAN (2007)
A FINANCE OPERA (2005)
“New Colony Promo #1” (2013)
“New Colony Promo #2” (2013)
with FREEDOM RIDE:
FREEDOM RIDE SAYS HELLO (2012)
DB played electric piano and synth in this short-lived exploration of human volatility.
with THE BLACK FORTYS:
member, 2007-2010; keys, guitar.
KASKASKIA ISLAND (2009)
outta print, outta sight:
JNANA VEDA (2008)
with THE OTHERLY BROTHERS:
LIVE AT A PLAZA RECORDS PARTY! (2015)
A setlist full of obscure Everly Brothers songs, initially started to make money off of baby boomers with stuffed pockets and bloodshot eyes. The only document is on this odd collection (also feat. Secondary Modern, The Flowers of Evil, and more).
JENNIFER LYNN CHRISTIE – “BORIS THE BLOODHOUND” (2017)
this is a warped book on tape experience, inspired by the scholastic 45s of childhood. Story written and narrated by JLC / music & sounds performed and recorded by DB. Published by Opossum Lit in April, 2017. (Full text & feature here)
ARLIN PEEBLES – SPARE PARTS (2015)
recording engineer, mixing.
THE FLOWERS OF EVIL – DREAMHEAD (2014)
production, recording engineer, mixing, tack piano, percussion, omnichord, backing vocals.
WILLIAM FEIGNS – THE LIFE AND DEATH OF WILLIAM FEIGNS (2014)
guitar, keys, backing vocals.
BEN VAUGHAN – S/T (2014)
organ, electric piano on “gospel song”.
WATERSNAKES (music: 2012 / film: 2014)
10 pieces by DB, Marcus Lappin, and Josh Murphy, edited by DB and later put to film by Josh Murphy.
THE JEWELS – INTRODUCING (2012)
mix engineer, guitar on “Okraschoten”
JESSICA JO JOLLY (2012)
guitar / bass / keys / vocals. Songs by JJJ. Hopefully this whole album will be released someday. Not sure what happened…