trying to get this thing rollin. definitely down for collaborations of all sorts.

don't have any album art so most of these will just be thumbnails of my chinchillas...

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Kevin Armengol on Somber Song  2 years ago
 
[New Release] A What About This original from back in my highschool days. The song is about the devil and a little girl. That's all I'll say. V...
Kevin Armengol on DDS  2 years ago
 
Kevin Armengol is now following DjDarkStorm
nice synth pad
Kevin Armengol on Song for Monty  2 years ago
 
[New Release] wrote this for Monty after he passed unexpectedly. he was my first chinchilla. i miss him so much.
Kevin Armengol on Song for Monty  2 years ago
 
[New Release] wrote this for Monty after he passed unexpectedly. he was my first chinchilla. i miss him so much.
Kevin Armengol on Isaac Mao  2 years ago
 
Kevin Armengol is now following isaac
Kevin Armengol on Preflexia Theme  2 years ago
 
[New Release] This is the theme song I wrote for the dark comedy short film Preflexia, written and directed by Shawn-Leister Frazier. I scored several...
Kevin Armengol on Got a Feeling  2 years ago
 
[New Release] vocals would give this some direction. maybe some horns? also needs a nice jazzy/bluesy solo.
[New Release] still want to do more with this song and expand on the theme at the end a little more. i could see if getting orchestral and symphonic. ...
Kevin Armengol on Somewhere  2 years ago
 
[New Release] pretty plain as is. would like some nice vocals on it or another instrument.
Kevin Armengol on Untitled  2 years ago
 
[New Release] originally did this one on electric guitar, which sounds better, but got sidetracked into doing a piano version and ended up producing t...
Kevin Armengol on Chuck's Song  2 years ago
 
[New Release] Wrote this for Chuck after he passed. I'll always remember you Chuck.
[New Release] the classical guitar I used was my first guitar. it was passed down from my grandfather to my father, then me. recorded it through m...
Releases by Kevin Armengol
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by Kevin Armengol
Released 2 years ago
Metal, Classical, dark, Experimental
A What About This original from back in my highschool days. The song is about the devil and a little girl. That's all I'll say. Vocals- Dan; Guitar/piano- me; Guitar- Chris; Bass- Nick; Drums- Pat. The greatest band to never make it.
by Kevin Armengol
Released 2 years ago
Piano, Beats & Instrumentals
wrote this for Monty after he passed unexpectedly. he was my first chinchilla. i miss him so much.
by Kevin Armengol
Released 2 years ago
movie, Experimental, dark, Soundtrack
This is the theme song I wrote for the dark comedy short film Preflexia, written and directed by Shawn-Leister Frazier. I scored several scenes throughout the film. It's about a man who overdoses on 'Preflexia' and starts hearing other people voice his own internal monologue.
by Kevin Armengol
Released 2 years ago
Beats & Instrumentals, R&B & Soul
vocals would give this some direction. maybe some horns? also needs a nice jazzy/bluesy solo.
by Kevin Armengol
Released 2 years ago
acoustic, Beats & Instrumentals, Indie
still want to do more with this song and expand on the theme at the end a little more. i could see if getting orchestral and symphonic. any ideas?
by Kevin Armengol
Released 2 years ago
Piano, acoustic, Beats & Instrumentals, Folk & Singer-Songwriter
pretty plain as is. would like some nice vocals on it or another instrument.
by Kevin Armengol
Released 2 years ago
Beats & Instrumentals, Piano
originally did this one on electric guitar, which sounds better, but got sidetracked into doing a piano version and ended up producing that first.
by Kevin Armengol
Released 2 years ago
Piano, instrumental
Wrote this for Chuck after he passed. I'll always remember you Chuck.
by John Doe
Released 2 years ago
chill, dark, Indie, Beats & Instrumentals
the classical guitar I used was my first guitar. it was passed down from my grandfather to my father, then me. recorded it through my mac microphone and it turned out surprisingly ok with some delay and reverb. nothing beats the feel of nylon strings.