Music by Scott Martin

Category: drunkdude69

Featured music for Prizechutes promo video


Recently my friends at used a piece of my music in a Prizechutes promotional video. The song, “Can U Feel the Groove“, is an upcoming DD69 tune that will be included in a forthcoming release entitled Day Boiler. currently uses another of my compositions for their podcast intro music, which will also be on […]

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What takes so long?

The Clock is ticking

Three years went by between releases from my musical collaboration known as drunkdude69 (2012’s “Get Up“, followed by 2015’s “The Pint of No Return“). The intention with DD69 had been to release an album every year on June 9th, and initially it seemed like we were on track to continue on that schedule in the months after […]

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Burned out, but better now

2012 was a busy year for making music here at Snoozeking. In addition to the annual production of a DD69 album (this year’s effort: Get Up), I spent a great deal of time working on the first new Foonspeeders album in over a decade. Despite the fact that there’s no serious deadline for these projects, […]

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Out with the old?

I’ve been trying to clean up the studio (you know, to make room for new gear, heh heh). In the process I’ve come across a couple boxes of unsold Foonspeeders and drunkdude69 CDs. Foonspeeders was a band that Mike, his brother Maury, our friend Scott Haumesser and I were in in the mid-to-late 1990s here […]

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CALIbrAt: An ADAT odyssey (part 2)

When I last wrote about transferring some audio from old ADAT tapes to Pro Tools, I had gone through an unexpected amount of hassle.  Instead of putting a tape into the ADAT machine and pressing play, I had to go through extensive, tape-destroying calibration along with disassembly and cleaning of the machine. I spent the […]

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