McMillan, R.S. 'Honeybuns'
'to surf the chaos of a game of chance with sound'
I began improvising, channeling, and composing my sounds in 1991 in an attempt to transcribe my paintings and
writings for music. Thinking visually gave me all the space necessary to follow a subconscious flow of ideas into
this wave, to surf the chaos of a game of chance with sound.
and so... so far, as of today... everything is played and recorded by me, Robert Scott McMillan...in homemade lo-fi
style. Similar to the way that most early to mid- 20th century recordings were made, (usually one or two takes),
many of the tracks within my songs are immediate reactions.
2004 has seen the addition of one band member, Camille Graham. She plays cello. She has a lovely singing voice
as well. If all goes to plan...we will play our first concert as a piece in a collaborative multi-media art show in the
This music is from my guts. It is a blues, but certainly not in the traditional sense. If you hear it and get off on it,
you obviously have your own twisted sense of musical taste, beauty, and humor...and I am your fan.