Steve Greene‘s track, Unbeknownst (The Wayward School) was composed for the companion album for author John Bergin‘s book of short stories entitled, Feels Like Rain.
John Bergin deftly weaves sixteen tales spanning a range of genres and topics—from the horrific and apocalyptic to the mundane, murderous, and supernatural. These are stories about guilt, anger, unknown pleasures, and death.
In Raised by Rats, a chance encounter with a superhero alters the course of a young man’s life. In Corpse Gun, a guide leads his charges across a surreal wasteland to a destination deadlier than the journey undertaken to reach it. In The Mountaineer, a determined man undertakes the Sisyphean task of delivering an extraordinary gift to a remote location. In The Bullet Collector, a teacher flees from America’s gun worship and discovers there is no escape. In The Crying Giant, a fairy tale ending eludes a gentle giant. In The House Of Frankenstein, the Frankenstein monster is alive and well, working his strangest case yet as a private investigator in New York City. In Lost in the Cold Hard Vacuum of Outer Space, a rebellious space pilot happens upon a lost astronaut who teaches her how to cool her jets.
These stories revolt, arouse, terrify, and delight—reveling in the imperfections of being human.
Unbeknownst (The Wayward School) was recorded and mixed here, at the Battler Chamber by Steve Greene. Listen to the track via Spotify or Apple Music.
You can get your own copy of the book by visiting John Bergin’s BandCamp page.
Steve Greene is owner of the Battle Chamber studio as well as a musician, film composer and 1/3 of the band Voyag3r. Check out music and mix examples on the Sounds Page.
SYNOPSIS: A building superintendent, Jack, just wants to be left in peace but tenants are always needing him to fix stuff. However, when the buildings power goes out it is due to two tenants who have opened a portal to hell in the basement.
OFFICIAL MOVIE TRAILER:
Premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015, Portal to Hell, written by Matt Watts and directed by Vivieno Caldinelli, marks Roddy Pipers final short film. Special effects were done by Steven Kostanski . The soundtrack for Portal to Hell was handled by licensed music from Voyag3r‘s album, Doom Fortress and an original score composed by Steve Greene, recorded and mixed here at the Battle Chamber.
STORYLINE: Jack (Roddy Piper) is a building superintendent, Jack is a simple man with simple needs. He just wants to be left in peace so that he can get on with reading his book. But the tenants living in his building are always in need of him for something. Fix this, replace that, unblock this toilet. However, when the power goes out in the building the culprit is not a blown fuse or faulty wiring it is two of the tenants who have opened a portal to hell in the basement of the building. If Jack doesn’t close the portal and stop Great Cthulhu rising from his watery tomb city then the entire building, no, the entire world will go down the pan. – Mark A Wood
To listen to a track from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, visit our Sounds page. To hear Voyag3r’s music, visit their website.
On Friday, December 4, 2020 Steve Greene has a new release – Noir, City Streets and Macabre. Dark, eerie synths swirl and bounce from ear to ear as you are systematically being stalked by an unknown and unyielding sinister force. Darkness has fallen as time runs out for your world.
Steve Greene (Detroit-based multi-instrumentalist/producer/film composer and keyboardist in the band Voyag3r) has a new 2-song release to close out the year. Noir, City Streets and Macabre is minimal, dark, twisted and sonically frames a dystopian setting where likely no one survives.
These tracks were recorded back in 2017 for 2 different compilation albums, celebrating the Halloween season. Steve Greene has freshly remastered these tracks for this release, through BandCamp.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Steve Greene at his studio, The Battle Chamber, and cover art by Los Angeles based artist John Bergin, Noir, City Streets and Macabre is sure to haunt and terrify you.
Gear used: Moog MiniTaur, Alpha Juno 2, Alesis Ion, SCI SixTrak, GreeneBeam, Rhodes Mark V, rain stick, various hand percussion.
On Friday, January 3, 2020, Steve Greene released a new single entitled Subliminal Dark Waves. The song was recorded, mixed and mastered at the Battle Chamber using a Sequential Prophet 6, Moog Minotaur and Alesis Micron. Originally appearing on the Fright Night Club vol. 12 Halloween Compilation, Subliminal Dark Waves now has a worldwide release on all digital download and streaming service platforms.
“Steve Greene is a master of mood, and using just a Sequential Circuits Prophet 6, Alesis Micron & Moog MiniTaur he builds an electronic symphony of dread in the course of this 3 1/2 minute song. Greene continues to build upon what he started with his debut solo LP Electronic Dreams for a Holographic Existence, as well as his work in Voyag3r. “Subliminal Dark Waves” is another moody slice of heavy synth to get the new year off to a great start.”
Friday, January 19 marks the release of the digital version of Steve Greene’s (Voyag3r) debut solo album Electronic Dreams For A Holographic Existence. The physical versions (vinyl LP, CD and Cassette) will be available on January 26.
“To celebrate the release of Electronic Dreams For A Holographic Existence, I did a sort of ‘found footage’ / Koyaanisqatsi homage to the track The Great Barrier”, Greene says.
To purchase Electronic Dreams For A Holographic Existence digitally:
Steve Greene (of Voyag3r) has released his first solo track entitled Noir, City Streets and Macabre pt. 2 and it is available for FREE download! Rue Morgue Magazine, in celebration, of their 20th Anniversary Halloween issue have put together the horror-synth compilation They Came From Rue Morgue. It is available for FREE download until Halloween over at BandCamp.
In addition to Steve Greene’s track, recorded and mixed at the Battle Chamber, you will find THORSTEN QUAESCHNING and ULRICH SCHNAUSS of soundtrack legends TANGERINE DREAM (The Keep, Near Dark) with a brand-new track that marks the exclusive premiere of their new album Synthwaves. Also on the compilation: a previously unreleased track by ZOMBI for the 2014 movie Cooties, Burning Tapes, Umberto, Antoni Maiovvi and CONFRONTATIONAL, the latter featuring CODY CARPENTER (John’s son and collaborator), and lots more!
The talented Kasey Pierce does a dramatic reading of an upcoming audio book story written by Dirk Manning and scored by Steve Greene.
Fans of Dirk Manning will be happy to know that a 4-part story (taken from his Nightmare World series) is being produced into an audio book series read by 4 different talents and all scored by synthesist Steve Greene.