Original Music

D. C. Mixes

All songs are produced and copyrighted by D. C. Wright-Hammer through Hammerstone Creative. Visit my sound cloud page to download copies of these songs for FREE.


“Melancholy by Proxy”

Sadness comes from all over. Sometimes you’re sad in place of someone else. This is the song for those times.


“Rolling Hills”

An interweaving cerebral tune with a subtle complexity that merits another listen. The rolling solo in the end will also leave you wanting more.


“And the River Runs”

With a heavy bass riff and full percussion, this jazzy tune takes you from the calm mouth of a river all the way to the white water at the end. When it finally trickles off, you’ll be a better person for the journey.


“The Smell of Facepalm in the Morning”

Inspired by days that start off badly, this song is reminiscent of late 90’s and early 2000’s alternative bands like Blood Hound Gang, Custom, and Scapegoat Wax.


“This is Our Night”

You know those nights where you’re going to own it all! Start those nights off right by playing this song as loudly as you can handle.


“One Snowy Day” 

Inspired by the birth of my child. My wife went into labor during a blizzard, and I had to drive through it to get us safely to the midwife’s practice. Luckily, we all got there safe, and she and I became parents on a one beautiful snowy day.


“Reverse Yesterday”

To those great mornings that lead into bad days that end up as terrible nights. Waking up the next morning feeling awful, if you had one wish, you would reverse yesterday. Of all the music I’ve produced, this is my #1.

 

 

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