COOK, SERVE, DELICIOUS! 3?!
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is a huge new sequel to the million selling franchise that is by far the biggest one yet. The music is toe-tappingly infectious, quirky and fun. These tracks put a fresh new spin on the music for the franchise with vocals, Moog synths and live piano. It also features some remixed tracks from the first two CSD games.
If you are wondering what the heck I'm singing check out this reddit thread all about the lyrics!
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I'm creating brand new original music every month over at Patreon. You can be the first to hear these new pieces by pledging as little as $1 a month.
I'm focusing on creating art songs based on the poetry of Whitman, Frost, Rimbaud, Neruda and others. Last month I remotely recorded my piece "A Noiseless, Patient Spider" based on the Walt Whitman poem of the same name, but I also created a new piece of music in the style of the piglatin Spanish tracks I wrote for Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?!
Right now you can ONLY hear this music on Patreon. At some point I'll release them publicly, but I encourage you to join even if it's just for $1 a month. Also, upon signing up you will receive a one time 50% off coupon for anything in my Bandcamp store.
Since we've just reached our second funding goal, every Patron will also receive the sheet music for each piece of music I create.
Jonathan’s music has appeared on American Idol, Archer, So You Think You Can Dance, Saturday Night Live, Apple TV's Dickinson and numerous other shows.
He scored the indie game hit, Owlboy, which was released in November of 2016 and has gone on to garner numerous awards and critical acclaim. In 2017 he received an HMMA award for his score to the Franz Kafka Videogame.
Jonathan graduated with a BA in Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music in Boston and now lives in Austin, TX. He tours regularly with APQ (the Austin Piazzolla Quintet) and is currently creating art songs on Patreon with NYC based soprano, Tynan Davis, violinist James Anderson and cellist, Tony Rogers.
I'd love to write some custom music for your project. Get in touch with me!