Mick Frisco has been composing music for six years. Beginning as a singer, he quickly moved to programming and synthesizers. He has employed a focused, almost surgical precision in his beat-making and sound design. While a member of various electronic groups, he demonstrated a vast understanding of the fusion between live and electronic instruments. He is currently producing various electronic albums and completing his solo album.
The music of Mick Frisco constantly defies categorization. From harsh, imposing industrial beats, to polished, thumping hip-hop, and abstract, even avant-garde electronic compositions. More recently moving to sound effects and noises, he has brought his bleeps and bloops to the forefront of his production duties. All sounds that can be made are being produced daily.
A slow buildup of an ancient machine, designed for a frightening task. As the dusty gears begin to turn, an evil is set in motion that one can feel in their very bones. Fit for horror/sci-fi, or psychedelic/introspective scenes in animation, Instrumental, Horror, Horror Psychological
Synth lead with Fat Drums. Standard Hip-Hop Verse/Chrous Structure. Hits hard the whole time, expanding greatly before each verse. Great for modern or urban advertisements. Sounds great as background music in a dance club, or any store selling any cutting-edge fashion. Also works as a mixtape beat. Instrumental, Hip Hop, Dirty South
This song is like a sludge metal dinosaur was given a suit of robotic armor and allowed to travel through space fighting aliens, evil robots, comets, and malevolent planets. Or if a breakcore wizard had a battle with a squadron of Apache Helicopters. And youre on acid, Instrumental, Indie Rock, Indietronica
Evil Trip-Hop Instrumental. Features Theremin Leads, Pounding Drums, Deep Cello. Great for any kind of creeping, sneaking, or slow reveal of a villainous character. Also good for any kind of slow pimpass walking scene. Or an outro/credit sequence. Instrumental, Horror, Horror Edgy