This song is part of Folk, a 12 song album (2 of which were first released in Venture Forth, Chapter 1). It’s also the start of a new series, in collaboration with Chibbin Grove; Folk is a collection of colorful and eclectic characters for you to add to your tabletop endeavors. GET THE EXCLUSIVES AT […]
Enter a place of macabre display, where performances are made with living actors until they aren’t anymore… Join the first row as a spectator, or the stage as part of the show… I wrote this song for the Red Opera and became once again part of The Goblin Explorer’s Endless (and Amazing) Dungeon. Check him […]
You enter at your own risk. This is song is also part of a collab with The Goblin Explorer… This week we get to a less conventional place… even in the endless dungeon, adventurers need a break and have some much-needed rest. Too bad, as everything down here, also this parlor took a deranged turn. […]
This is song is part of my upcoming album Vampires. Ideal for settings such as Ravenloft or Vampire: The Masquerade. Also for creating content about vampires. This particular song is ideal for vampires hunting in the night or a party of adventurers entering a vampire’s domain.
This is a collaboration with Metal and Magic. He releases a wide variety of TTRPG supplemental content, primarily focusing on non-system-specific GM aids such as tips & tricks, ready-to-use lists or tables, and finally – his site’s most popular feature – an archive of tavern posters filled with plot hooks, downtime activities, and worldbuilding events. […]
Here’s the first of hopefully many collabs with Chibbin Grove. This time I wrote a 20-second loop to go along with an exquisite 20 seconds animated map of an Alchemy Lab. Chibbin Grove produces maps and assets for tabletop role-playing games. This includes (but isn’t limited to) battle maps, city maps, region maps, tile maps, […]
“It begins with a tingle of anticipation—a sense of dread or hope, but nothing more. Out of the blue, the residents of a village sense that someone or something will soon enter their lives. Then the handbills appear—eerie, teasing flyers, promising that the Carnival is near.” I wrote this song thinking of Ravenloft’s ever-moving Carnival.