A Gift of Worms
A Gift of Worms is a Gift for you from Emil G Music.
Ear Worms, also known as Sticky Music or Stuck Song Syndrome are catchy, memorable pieces of music that continuously occupy a person's mind even after they are no longer being played.
These reimagined holiday classics are musical memes that you just can’t get out of your head.
Klondike-5, the most famous telephone exchange in the world, is at your fingertips. Each Telephone is generated with a unique Klondike-5 (555) number. Each Ring-Tune plays music while your exclusive telephone number is being dialled.
Whose number will you get? The possibilities are almost endless. Mint now, mint often.
There has been an epic invasion from the Metaverse.... Ear Worm NFTs can be heard popping up in all sorts of places. There are thousands of them, all one-of-a-kind, each with its own 5 seconds of generative music.
Which will be your favourite?
Mint now, mint often. Everyone needs a smile in their digital wallet.
Inspired by the Summer Garden pond and bubbling waterfall behind Salt Spring Studios, this generative music and art blueprint surrounds you with a sense of peace and well-being through ambient music and original watercolour painting.
This NFT project is your chance to own a piece of this vision, and by extension a piece of the future of music and art.
The original Lo-fi recording was made in 1979, played on a Kawai Parlour Grand piano, captured on a portable cassette recorder to a Memorex Cassette tape.
1,000 vocal (and vocal-like) sounds, add an ethereal dynamic. Each time-particle layer features a different blend of additional sounds that add sheen, phasing, instability and ghosts.
All of these together make up four uniquely rare NFTs presented with an original watercolour painting depicting the ghostly presence of the past.
Inspired by the Cheltenham Badlands in Caledon, Ontario.
The emotionally mournful solo cello and soft piano reflect a desolate landscape of highly eroded and exposed rolling red Queenston Shale.
The original watercolour painting highlights a lone, barren tree - a stark reminder of the once fertile farm land.
10 original progressive rock singles, each with a blend of orchestral elements mixed with synths, keys, guitars and percussion. Granular synthesis is used on many of the tracks, taking organic orchestral instrumentation to the next level.
This retro collection is reminiscent of progressive rock from the late 60s through the 70s, with a granular twist.