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#ShinodaOnTwitch
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by Mike Shinoda
Recorded March 2020 - 2021

#ShinodaOnTwitch is a page dedicated to Mike Shinoda's live streams on Twitch, started on Instagram and other social media platforms in March 2020 and continuing through 2021. During this time, Mike began creating songs from scratch called CoronaJams (later renamed to just jams) and expanded his format including art and game streams.

Contents

Background

In March 2020, the global pandemic created by the COVID-19 coronavirus caused communities to quarantine at home. During this time, Mike Shinoda decided to start live streaming online and inviting fans to watch him create new instrumental music.

It all started on March 17th, when Mike did an Instagram live sharing updates and recording the guitar for his solo song "Open Door". The next day he went online again and a fan in the chat asked him to create a new song from scratch, and he accepted the challenge. Later he decided to quickly mix the "Open Door" demo and text it to fans via the Community app, along with instrumental version, the stems and also the jam he did earlier, "CoronaVirus Jam 3.18.20".

The streams were originally called "Beat Making Demos" but then Mike shifted to the tag "CoronaJams".

The last stream via Instagram Live was on March 25th, as on March 27th Mike shifted to Twitch, using Restream to also broadcast on YouTube, Facebook and Periscope. Mostly he did freestyle tracks, while sometimes he chose a specific theme like a song in the style of Hybrid Theory or A Thousand Suns or let fans choose the style through a Twitch poll.

Fans became more involved when he he started using a Streamlabs extension which allowed them to collect points, called "ShinodaBucks", just watching the streams, that could be used to redeem some prizes, like asking him a question or suggesting a music theme for the daily jam.

On May a fan suggested him a game: to create a mashup of two different genres also adding a "wildcard", a weird/funny element to incorporate into the songs. He already had too much music requests so that led to the creation of the "Bowl Of Destiny", literally a bowl where he would put sticky notes with the fan requests written on them, to randomly pick them to create mashups of two or even more requests together. Some of the "wildcards" made the cut too and were added in the Bowl.[1]

The live streams became more and more like a routine, with Mike streaming a couple of hours on weeks days from 10 AM PT. The format was also expanded with art and game streams. On April 21st Mike did a drawing on his iPad, inspired by Megaman. He encouraged fans to color it and then tweet it back at him using the hashtag #CoronaDrawing.

On May 4th he did a quick test stream playing Megaman and other Nintendo games and the next day he played for the first time to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, hours later the morning stream. In the next months he started playing different games, such as Beat Saber, Kingspray Graffiti VR and Among Us.

Mike added the possibility to also redeem an art theme or an Animal Crossing island visit, as well as a loop from Sounds.com to use in the jams, a Twitch channel to raid, a GIF to be used during the streams and the chance to play to Among Us with him.

Some of the jams were released for free, others in three instrumental albums: Dropped Frames, Vol. 1, Dropped Frames, Vol. 2, and Dropped Frames, Vol. 3.

At times, Mike has streamed calls with other artists, such as Jason Butler from Fever333, Dave from Linkin Park, Dan Mayo, grandson, renforshort, Dylan Brady and Laura Les from 100 Gecs, iann dior, UPSAHL and K.Flay.

On June 19th, Mike said, "As I get ready to release this stuff, as I get ready to put stuff out, if you or anybody that you're friends with or whatever are dancers, even like, I have always for a few years now I have been wanting people to dance like legit dance to my shit. Because I don't dance, I can't dance. There were a couple of points where I was trying to make a video or two with hiring a dancer who is legit, like interpret the thing and dance. If you're good enough to do a short choreographed TikTok dance to any of this, that's a gold mine for my brain. Something like that that I can't do that you can do, I love it so much. Please, give me good dance videos. My TikTok is for you. You give me the videos, I will post them on my TikTok, my TikTok will be nothing but you dancing to this music. That's the magic. I don't care if it's ballet, in fact I want it to be like, hip hop and ballet."[2]

On June 23rd, Mike tweeted, "Hey guys. Just heard about the #TWITCHBLACKOUT / I’ll be abstaining from streaming tomorrow out of respect for those protesting racism, abuse, and sexual harassment. Please support those who deserve to be heard and decide to stream / post tomorrow."[3] This followed Mike also taking off June 2nd for the Black Lives Matter "Blackout Tuesday" movement.

Composition

CoronaJams are based on unique themes or ideas that Mike is inspired by, or fan requests. The first theme-based jam was a "Hybrid Theory" style track, followed by the first fan request, a "Reanimation" style song. Another Linkin Park album was a theme, "A Thousand Suns". A lot of different genres were experimented, 90s hip-hop, electronic and pop from the 80's, symphonic metal, grunge, doo wop, pop punk, reggae, industrial, k-pop, traditional styles as well, like Indian or Mexican music, dabke or Italian neomelodic.

Sometimes Mike started with loops from other artists, like a jam from a Money Mark's Instagram post, some drums recorded with Dan Mayo or a beat created by Elise Trouw.

On April 29th, Mike revisited earlier CoronaJams from the original Instagram Live streams. As he began working through them, the recent files on his computer showed that he started giving names to some of the tracks. One of them, "King Paprika" was mentioned by a fan in the comments on June 5, Mike noticed it saying that he changed the title.

Songs

Open Door

CoronaVirus Jam 3.18.20

Unknown

KarmaKon

  • Making Of: Mike Shinoda Beat Making Live 3.21.20 / Revisiting first few jams, answering questions! (Get your shinodabucks on Twitch)
  • Date: March 21, 2020 / April 29, 2020
  • Working Titles: Corona 3.21, 3.21 KarmaKon
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Originally streamed on Instagram only. Mike uploaded a clip on Instagram. Mike worked again on this track during the April 29 stream, when he decided to revisit some of the old jams. During the December 9 stream, while listening to the April 3 jam he said: "Let me ask you a question. This old jam came on and I was like... I saw a couple of you guys posting about the KarmaKon jam. What's up with that? What's up with the obsession with the Karmakon? You just like it? Or is there a specific... You just like it? That's the answer? KarmaKon is one of the jams... is one of the songs I've done in the channel." On December 21, 2020 he uploaded a clip on TikTok.
  • Unreleased

Babble Bobble

Unknown

New Project

King Paprika

Neon Crickets

Hollow Kingdom

HT Corona Jam 4.1.20

A Thousand Jams

  • Making Of: Today: an ATS style demo! // 4.2.20
  • Date: April 2, 2020
  • Working Titles: ATS Style CoronaJam, 4.2 A Thousand Jams mix1, 4.2 A Thousand Jams Add mix2, 4.2 A Thousand Jams Add mix3, 4.2 A Thousand Jams Add mix4, 4.2 A Thousand Jams Add mix5, 4.2 A Thousand Jams Add mix6
  • Theme: A Thousand Suns
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

The Brooklyn Way

  • Making Of: Today: 90s hip hop track, by request // 4.3.20
  • Date: April 3, 2020
  • Working Titles: 90s hip hop coronajam, 90s hip hop The Brooklyn Way
  • Theme: 90's hip hop
  • Notes: Fans chose this style over 80's sound on a Twitch poll. This was the first time Mike actually sang during a live stream, rapping some verses over the jam from from a new song he was working on, "Lift Off" (album version), "Second To None", "I'll Be Gone" (Vice Remix), and "Nobody's Listening".
  • March 3, 2021: "I actually like this one that is playing right now. This one is from like a year ago. I called it 'The Brooklyn Way', that was the name of the track."
  • Unreleased

80s Depeche Style

  • Making Of: Today's live track: an 80's song, in the style of Depeche Mode // 4.4.20
  • Date: April 4, 2020
  • Theme: 80's in the style of Depeche Mode
  • Notes: Mike wanted to do an 80's song the day before but fans voted for 90's hip hop in the Twitch poll, so he decided to do it the next day. He did another poll asking what 80's influence he needed to use as reference, and Depeche Mode won over Prince.
  • Unreleased

3 Drone Strike

  • Date: April 5, 2020
  • Working title: Quick ConoaJam, 4.5 Quick CoronaJam 3 Drone Strike
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Oystershells

  • Date: April 6, 2020
  • Working title: Corona Jam 4.6, Corona Jam 4.6 Oystershells, 4.6 Oystershells CoronaJam 4.6 Project
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Reanimation Jam

  • Date: April 7, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Request): Reanimation
  • Notes: This was the first time a fan requested a theme.
  • Unreleased

Tin Man

  • Date: April 8, 2020
  • Working titles: Freestyle Jam 4.8.20, Freestyle Jam 4.8.20 Tin Man, 4.8 Tin Man Project
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Seventeen Candles

  • Date: April 9, 2020
  • Working titles: CoronaJam 80s 4.9.20, CoronaJam 80s 4.9.20 Seventeen Candles
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Corn Meal

  • Date: April 10, 2020
  • Working titles: CoronaJam 4.10.20, Corona Jam 4.10.20 v2 Corn Meal
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: After a fan asked a questions about the glitch effect in the drums, used on In Stereo and old songs, Mike did a live demonstration, including the glitched part in the track.
  • Unreleased

Submarine CoronaJam 4.14.20

  • Date: April 13, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike wrote "4.14" in the project title but the stream was on April 13th.
  • Unreleased

Sunset Drive

  • Date: April 14, 2020
  • Working title: 4.14.20 CoronaJam
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: First jam of the day. For the first time Mike did two different jams on the same day. He decided to do a short jam in less then 30 minutes after the first one. The first part isn't available anymore since it was streamed on Twitch only and got deleted after two weeks. Mike posted an Instagram Story before going live.
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Untitled

  • Date: April 14, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle in less than 30 minutes
  • Notes: Second jam of the day. For the first time Mike did two different jams on the same day. He decided to do a short jam in less then 30 minutes after the first one. The first part isn't available anymore since it was streamed on Twitch only and got deleted after two weeks.
  • Unreleased

Osiris

  • Date: April 15, 2020
  • Working titles: Corona Jam 4.15.20, Corona Jam 4.15.20 OSIRIS
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released: June 30, 2020 (pre-order track, as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 1)

Isolation Bird (feat. Money Mark)

  • Date: April 16, 2020
  • Working title: MoneyMark Corona Isolation Jam
  • Theme: Money Mark's Isolation Jam N. 26
  • Notes: Mike posted three Instagram clips by Money Mark on his stories, asking the fans to vote their favorite to use it as starting point for the jam of the day.
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Super Galaxtica

  • Date: April 17, 2020
  • Working title: 4.17.20 Super Galaxtica
  • Theme: Game Boy sounds
  • Released: June 30, 2020 (pre-order track, as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 1)

Session McSessionface

  • Date: April 20, 2020
  • Working title: 4.20 Session Mc Sessionface
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released: July 10, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

4.22 Melodic Metal

  • Date: April 22, 2020
  • Working titles: 4.22 Melodic Metal, 4.22 Melodic Metal Project
  • Theme (Fan Request): Symphonic metal in the style of Nightwish
  • Notes: Mike did a second stream later to finish the song.
  • "It's not on Dropped Frames 3, like I said, I've gotta figure out a way to get these all of these other tracks to you guys. I don't know... some of them I actually like and would want to develop them for something and like eventually do vocals. I don't like the idea of doing vocals on the stream. That one in particular is not on my list of ones I would do vocals on. I feel like some of them I could see developing somehow."[4]
  • Unreleased

Cupcake Cake

  • Date: April 23, 2020
  • Working title: 4.23 Bollywood
  • Theme (Fan Request): Bollywood hip hop
  • Released: July 10, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 1)

Crystalina

  • Date: April 24, 2020
  • Working title: 4.24.20 Crystaline Jam
  • Theme: 90s trip hop
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Booty Down

  • Date: April 27, 2020
  • Working title: 4.27 Booty Down
  • Theme (Fan Request): Panic! At The Disco (originally) / Freestyle with funny vocal samples
  • Notes: Mike wasn't satisfied and decided to give up. He made a quick jam to end the stream using funny vocal samples that turned into Booty Down. Elements of the failed track were revisited the next day for the track that became Doodle Buzz.
  • Released: July 10, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 1)

Doodle Buzz

  • Date: April 27/28, 2020
  • Working titles: 4.27 Pop Alt, 4.28 Revisited
  • Theme (Fan Request): Panic! At The Disco (originally)
  • Notes: Mike revisited the Panic! At The Disco jam from the day before to create a new track.
  • Released: July 10, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 1)

Dust Code

  • Date: April 30, 2020
  • Working title: 4.30 dust code
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

Dungeon Crawler

  • Date: May 1, 2020
  • Working title: Ganon's Surprise
  • Theme (Fan Request): The Legend Of Zelda
  • Released: July 10, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Side Scrolling

  • Date: May 4, 2020
  • Working title: 5.4.20 Return of the GB
  • Theme: Game Boy sounds
  • Notes: Before ending the stream on May 1, Mike joked in the chat about doing a Star Wars themed jam on May 4, but he decided to use Game Boy sounds.
  • Released: July 10, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Duckbot

  • Date: May 5, 2020
  • Working title: 5.5 Children's Day
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released: July 10, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 1)

6.5 MJ Beatbox

  • Date: May 6, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Michael Jackson + Beatbox (wildcard)
  • Notes: A fan suggested to add "Wildcards", additional sounds to add to the songs. Beatbox was the first one to be picked.
  • Unreleased

2000 pop

  • Date: May 8, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Request): Late 90s/early 2000s song in the style of NSYNC
  • "It is not on Dropped Frames 3 unfortunately. We'll put the NSYNC one with the Melodic Metal one."[5]
  • Unreleased

I'm Still Fucking Here

  • Date: May 11, 2020
  • Working title: ISFH-Bear 1.2
  • Notes: Mike produced a song for Blackbear, who sent him some guitar and vocal tracks that he had worked on with Aaron Harmon. Blackbear wanted to use it as an intro or outro for his album, but the song was released as a standalone track at the end of the year.
  • Released on December 31, 2020.

5.12 Battlecry Game Style

  • Date: May 12, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Request): Unforgiven by Two Steps From Hell
  • Unreleased

Poppy Fields

  • Date: May 13, 2020
  • Working titles: 5.13 Poppy Fields, 5.13 Poppy Fields Project
  • Theme: Freestyle with GetGood Drums plugin
  • Notes: Mike did a giveaway for a GetGood Drums sample pack and decided to use the sounds for the jam.
  • Unreleased

El Rey Demonio

Channeling, Pt. 1 (feat. Dan Mayo)

  • Date: May 18, 2020
  • Working title: Mayo Channeling Jam
  • Theme: Freestyle drums by Dan Mayo
  • Released: July 10, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 1)

Party Meow

  • Date: May 19, 2020
  • Working title: Dabke Doo Wop
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Syrian Dabke + Doo-Wop
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Julio's Revenge

  • Date: May 20, 2020
  • Working title: 5.20 FF7 Horror
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Final Fantasy 7 + Horror Movie
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Channeling, Pt. 2 (feat. Dan Mayo)

  • Date: May 21, 2020
  • Working title: 5.21 Mayo Channeling A
  • Theme: Freestyle drums by Dan Mayo
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

5.22 Dub Alt Punk

  • Date: May 22, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Pop Punk + Psychedelic Reggae Alternative
  • Unreleased

Mike's Gonna Mike

  • Date: May 25, 2020
  • Working title: 5.25 four way mashup, 5.25 four way mashup2, 5.25 Mikes Gonna Mike
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Nirvana + Tools Of The Trade + Giorgio Moroder (requested by thanat0s88) + Italian neomelodic (requested by PeppePark)
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

Astral (feat. Elise Trouw)

  • Date: May 26, 2020
  • Working title: 5.26 Elise Collab
  • Theme: Elise Trouw's beat
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

5.27 NIN Woodkid Wilhelm SFX Classical

  • Date: May 27, 2020
  • Working Title: 5.27 Five way mashup
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Nine Inch Nails + Woodkid + Wilhelm Scream + Sound Effects + Classical Music
  • Unreleased

Dog Whistles

  • Date: May 29, 2020
  • Working title: 5.29 dog whistles [dark electro sketch]
  • Theme: Freeystle with three Sounds.com loop requested by fans.
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Genesis Supernova

  • Date: June 1/3, 2020
  • Working titles: 6.1.20 80's Mew Beat, 6.1.20 80's Mew Beat pt2, 6.1.20 Bonzai Knight Mix 5, 8.1.20 Bonzai Knight Mix 6
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Dead Or Alive + Tron Legacy/Daft Punk/M83 + Pokémon Mew
  • Notes: Even if in a previous stream Mike decided to not mash up the Pokèmon request with other styles, he still included some elements inspired by the sounds of the game, since the other two requests were both about the sound from the '80s. He worked again on this track at the start of the June 3 stream.
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

Not Kyle

  • Date: June 3, 2020
  • Working titles: 6.3.20, 6.3.20 Not Kyle. 6.3.20 Not Kyle Project
  • Theme: Freestyle with three Sounds.com loops requested by fans.
  • Notes: Before starting a new jam, Mike decided to work again on the previous jam.
  • Unreleased

Seulpeun Sonyeo

  • Date: June 5, 2020
  • Working titles: 6.5 K Pop Punk Emo, 6.5 Seulpeun Sonyeo Mix 1, 6.5 Seulpeun Sonyeo Project
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Pop Punk + K-Pop
  • Unreleased

Shoreline

  • Date: June 8, 2020
  • Working titles: 6.8.20 Fan Sounds-Shoreline (Ableton), Edit: 6.8.20 Shoreline PT Session (Pro Tools), 6.8.20 Shoreline Mix 2
  • Theme: Freestyle with five Sounds.com loop requested by fans.
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

License To Waltz

  • Date: June 11, 2020
  • Working titles: 6.11 Licenze to Waltz, 6.11 License to Waltz Mix 1
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Tchaikovsky's Flower Waltz + Beastie Boys + Reggaeton + ASMR (Wildcard)
  • Released: September 9, 2020 (pre-order track, as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

6.9 Billie Bossa Nova Dog

  • Date: June 9, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Brazilian Bossa Nova + Billie Eilish/Finneas + Sounds of Mike's dog (Wildcard)
  • Unreleased

Transitions

  • Date: June 12, 2020
  • Working title: 6.12.20Transitions
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released: July 31, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2)

Sidechain Gang

  • Date: June 16, 2020
  • Working title: 6.15
  • Theme: Freestyle with Sounds.com loops requested by fans.
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

Sound Collector

  • Date: June 18, 2020
  • Working title: 6.18 LPFM Sounds Track
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Linkin Park and Fort Minor sounds (requested by markyd15) + Nobody Can Save Me/Battle Symphony (requested by PeppePark)
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

Drive Thru Lunch Time

  • Date: June 19, 2020
  • Working title: 6.19 freestyle friday, 6.19 Drive Thru Lunch Time Project
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Goodbye Cow

  • Date: June 22, 2020
  • Working titles: 6.22 Drama in the Toy Shop
  • Notes: Mike changed the title during the stream, when the track evolved and sounded like a cow kidnapped by aliens, since the alien jokes are recurring in the chat due to the weird electronic sounds often used by Mike. A fan suggested the title Cattle Symphony during an Animal Crossing stream on June 19, Mike liked it but he kept Goodbye Cow.
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

Eurodance

  • Date: June 23, 2020
  • Working titles: 6.23 90s eurodance
  • Theme (Fan Requests): 90's Eurodance + Steve Aoki/Martin Garrix + Muse
  • Notes: Mike posted a TikTok video with this jam on it on December 18, 2020.
  • Unreleased

Overcast

  • Date: June 25, 2020
  • Working title: 6.25 Overcast
  • Notes: Before starting the jam Mike did a short breakdown of his "I Drive Me Mad" remix, originally by renforshort.
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

6.29 on the go

  • Date: June 29, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

7.1 RHCP Prince Wombat

  • Date: July 1, 2020
  • Working titles: 7.1 RHCP Prince Wombat, 7.1 RHCP Prince Wombat Project
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Red Hot Chili Peppers (requested by g_gonncalves) + Prince + Wombat's sound

Dream Fragment

  • Date: July 3, 2020
  • Working title: 7.3 Dream Fragment
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

Robot Yodel

  • Date: July 6, 2020
  • Working title: 7.6 Robot Yodel
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Country + Folk Alternative Rock + Bavarian Yodeling (requested by HangoutDelightShow) + two Sounds.com loops
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

No Delete

  • Date: July 7, 2020
  • Working title: 7.7 PT Jammy
  • Theme: Freestyle improvisation without any beat
  • Notes: Mike decided to do a quick song in a more improvised way, without going back to edit the already recorded parts. For the first time there was no beat in the track. One of the pending requests was actually a track without beat or drums and Mike mentioned it on the July 14 stream, saying that he indirectly fulfilled that request but that he could do another one in the future.
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

7.9 dance rock church 808

  • Date: July 8, 2020
  • Working titles: 7.9 dance rock church 808, 7.9 dance rock church 808 booty down remix Project
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Dance Pop/Rock in the style of New Divide and Burn It Down (requested by iLambros) + Church Music (requested by cumikkkk) + Pacific 98 by 808 State (requested by IdkRiah)
  • Notes: At the end Mike added some vocal samples from Booty Down just for fun, later joking about the fact that he created a remix of it. It was the first time he incorporated sounds from previous jams.
  • Unreleased

7.10 release day

  • Date: July 10, 2020
  • Theme: Freeystle with two Sounds.com loops requested by fans
  • Notes: Listening party for the release of Dropped Frames, Vol. 1. Mike premiered the video of Open Door, talked about some tracks from the album and started a new jam. He rapped parts of Bleed It Out, Wretches And Kings and Skin To Bone (Nick Catchdubs Remix) over it.
  • Unreleased

Vibe Train

  • Date: July 13, 2020
  • Working Title: 7.13 Vibe Train
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released: September 18, 2020 (as part of Dropped Frames, Vol. 3)

Pinata Razzle Dazzle

  • Date: July 14, 2020
  • Working title: Pinata Razzle Dazzle, Pinata Razzle Dazzle Project
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Frank Sinatra (requested by Anna Shinoda) + Happy Birthday + Hozier (requested by m_davidc4)
  • Notes: A fan asked that Mike's wife Anna had to choose a theme and she picked, as she calls it, "old lady music", basically something in the style of Nat King Cole, The Quincy Jones Big Band and Frank Sinatra. Mike later invited her in the studio to let her listen to the final result.
  • Unreleased

7.16 Pokemon Korn Classical

  • Date: July 16, 2020
  • Working title: 7.16 Pokemon Korn Classical, 7.16 Pokemon Korn Classical Project
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Pokémon Sword And Shield (requested by heycupcake) + Classical Piano (requested by Flowerpowerclaudi) + Korn (requested by Katekakao)
  • Unreleased

7.17 Dilla Blade Runner Japanese

  • Date: July 17, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): J Dilla/Nujabes (requested by ninjah1944) + Nujabes (requested by itchiiboi) + Blade Runner by Vangelis (requested by AbyssBezdna) + Japanese instruments (requested by Horrorshow1x) only using Garage Band
  • Notes: After he picked all the music requests he decided to add the suggestion from another fan, who previously requested a low budget track created with not professional apps or softwares. He choose Garage Band and let fans decide, with two Twitch polls, if he could use at least the microphone and his own samples. Polls results allowed him to use the microphone but not his samples, so he just used samples and loops from Garage Band and recorded some percussion sounds with the microphone.
  • Unreleased

Skrrt Skrrt

  • Date: July 21, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): I Want To Break Free by Queen + Salsa/Latin + Disney vibes, Frozen/Moana + Migos ad-libs
  • Working Title: 7.21 skrrt skrrt
  • Notes: Made on Garage Band. Mike rapped parts of "Welcome" and "Bleed It Out" over the jam. Mike tried to incorporate some Queen sounds in the beat but he eventually decided to try it again for another jam. It was later picked from the Bowl Of Destiny along with Hamilton Musical and Contemporary Broadway Music for the September 23, 2020 jam.
  • September 7, 2021 (on Audius)

7.23 Snape Industrial Hu Cinematic

  • Date: July 23, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): A theme for Severus Snape (requested by alinelpfan) + Goth Rock (requested by trinityl04) + Game Of Thrones (requested by satman88) + Mongolian Metal (requested by jadelp) + Any time signature except 4/4 (requested by danielpsoad09)
  • Notes: Made on Garage Band. Mike started the song in 5/4 but he didn't like how the chorus sounded. He tried in 3/4, but ultimately decided to change it to 4/4, despite one of the request was using any time signature except that.
  • Unreleased

7.24 Bowl Of Destiny

  • Date: July 24, 2020
  • Working title: 7.24 Single Sound Songs
  • Theme: Freestyle using only a sound
  • Notes: On the July 22 Animal Crossing stream a fan suggested to create a track using only a sound. Mike accepted and created four different short jams, using a different sound for each one of them. The sound of the first jam was an 808 sample used in Good Goodbye. Later Mike decided to use the sounds he created to create a full track and also created a sound sampling his voice, using it in the song, that he decided to call "Bowl Of Destiny".
  • Unreleased

7.27 Tool Prodigy Anime

  • Date: July 27, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Tool (requested by Nikitalang) + The Prodigy (requested by SelaineVanGrothesque) + Anime Battle
  • Notes: Mike started the stream with the intention of doing a freestyle track, but he decided to do a poll and let fan choose between the already mashed requests Tool/Prodigy/Anime and Owl City/Madonna/J-Pop. Tool/Prodigy/Anime won the poll and the other mashup was picked for the next day. Did live scratches for the first time, using Joe's "Tasty Gas Station Breaks From The Orient" vinyl. He teased the new Dropped Frames release putting in his desktop three folders saying "DROPPED FRAMES / VOLUME 2 / COMING THIS WEEK".
  • Unreleased

Quarantine Tequila

  • Date: July 28, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Owl City + Madonna + J-Pop
  • Working Title: 7.28.20 J Pop Owl City Madonna
  • Notes: The day before Mike did a poll letting fans choosing between this mashup and the Tool/Prodigy/Anime one that won and became the theme or the July 27 stream, so he did the Owl City/Madonna/J-Pop on July 28. He started the stream slowly showing the cover artwork for Dropped Frames, Vol. 2, waiting to have at least 1500 viewers before sharing the image. He created a funny vocal track using Vocaloid and asking to fans for suggestions. Ultimately he confirmed the release of Dropped Frames, Vol. 2 on July 31 with other three folders in his desktop, saying "GET / EXCITED / FRIDAY".
  • Unreleased

7.30.20 Bhangra Boom Bap Zeppelin

  • Date: July 30, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Bhangra Music (requested by Kren_v) + Classic rock in the style of Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith (requested by michele_444_) + Acoustic Boom Bap Hip Hop (requested by imrenemeth)
  • Unreleased

7.31 Trail Mix

  • Date: July 30/31, 2020
  • Working title: 7.31 Bhangra Zeppelin Boom Bap 2
  • Theme: Beastie Boys track sampling previous stream with additional three Sounds.com loops requested by fans
  • Notes: Mike sampled the Bhangra/Led Zeppelin/Boom Bap jam from the previous day doing some scratches to create a new track in the style of the Beastie Boys. After he created a beat with the 808 sounds, he did a poll asking the fans if he had to continue with that style or not, and he did. The jam took different directions and Mike joked about the variety of sounds, so he decided to rename it "Trail Mix" as suggested in the chat by the fans, a nod to Mike often eating trail mix during the streams.
  • Unreleased

8.4 Secret Agent UFO Hunter TV Theme

  • Date: August 3/4, 2020
  • Working title: 8.3 quick beats
  • Theme (Fan Requests): James Bond (requested by hrmengilda) + X-Files vibes (requested by pathrycja) + TV Series Theme Song (requested by thefemalsteetsoldier) + two Sounds.com loops requested by fans
  • Notes: On August 3 the stream was mostly about adding the new requests, so Mike did a quick freestyle jam before the end, using two Sounds.com loops in the track. He choose the James Bond/X-Files/TV Series mashup for the next day, deciding to start from the jam he did that day.
  • Unreleased

8.7 Pool Party

  • Date: August 7, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

8.10 Freestyle

  • Date: August 10, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

8.11 - anime prog metal video game theme

  • Date: August 11, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Prog Rock in the style of Polyphia and Periphery (requested by Kromeymilk) + Incubus (requested by shadman1982?) + Second Opening from Death Note (requested by mcell?) + NieR: Automata Soundtrack (requested by calumk?)
  • Unreleased

8.12 GamesCom Theme

  • Date: August 12, 2020
  • Theme: Writing a Theme for gamescom: Opening Night Live 2020
  • Notes: Announced on Instagram the day before the stream. Used in a promotional video for the event.
  • "We sent them some of my jams, from this channel. The ones they liked are what I ended up call these james, "Dust Code" and... There is one where, during the stream, I said something to the effect of like, 'This falls under the category of Mike's gonna Mike', like you guys had asked me to do something and then I kinda just turned it into my own thing, it sounded like Linkin Park. I called that one "Mike's Gonna Mike". And they liked those, they were like, 'Ok, do something like these!', and I was like, 'Ok, sounds great, I'll make a new thing from scratch!'"[6]
  • Unreleased

8.17 The Fiyah

  • Date: August 17, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle inspired by We Didn't Start The Fire by Billy Joel
  • Unreleased

8.24 Freestyle

  • Date: August 24, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Untitled

  • Date: August 25, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Lord Of The Rings + Assassin's Creed + Mauritian Ravanne + Dorian Mode
  • Unreleased

8.27 Subcarpti Morricone LP X Men

  • Date: August 27, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Subcarpați (requested by chestiute) + Death Rides A Horse by Ennio Morricone (requested by soleil444tn) + Meteora, but push its bundaries (requested by dsmooth6) + It's Goin' Down by X-Ecutioners (requested by inik33)
  • Unreleased

Cognition

  • Making Of: 8.28.20 - Music To Sleep To
  • Date: August 28, 2020
  • Working Titles: 8.28 Ambient Sleep Track, Sleep For Students
  • Theme (Fan Request): Sleepy Time
  • Notes: A fan suggested to create a long and relaxing "sleepy time" track, so Mike opened music requests for a minute and another fan redeemed the theme.
  • September 9: "Yeah we're working on it, I don't have definitive news yet. But Sleepy Jam is on the horizon, I want to get it out as quickly as possible so you guys can start using it for your sleepy time music. Remember if I told you if I put it on streaming services that it'd make royalties when you listen to it? My concept is actually, I have a scholarship at ArtCenter College of Design that I funded forever ago, and I realized, 'Ah I'd really love to do something with the income from the Sleepy Time Jam that's really cool.' I want to try to send those royalties there, I want it to help fund the scholarship. When you are doing something like that, if I donate it from my royalty income, it gets taxed on the way to me and then I can donate my portion to the school. So I'm like, 'Is there a way I can do it where just donate the album itself to the school?' So if it makes $1,000, then the thousand dollars is taxed and then a portion of a thousand dollars goes to the scholarship. So I'd rather the whole thing go, if it's possible. My scholarship at ArtCenter, it's big enough for a graphics or illustration student based on financial need and merit. So they have to be really good and they have to need the money, and they need help going to school. So we'll figure it out, that's why it's taking an extra second. We aren't going to just put it up on SoundCloud or let you download the thing, I want to do something like that with it. It's complicated enough... the government doesn't want you to use charitable donation as like a tax loophole basically. So you've gotta do it the proper, legal way and I'm not super educated on how that works so we’re figuring it out. So that'll be that with the Sleepy Time Jam."[7]
  • September 21: "Check this out! The ambient track, the sleepy track, is coming along, and a did an artwork for it, I did a cover, for the sleepy track. Fun, right? I started it black and white, and then I added a little textures on the edges, and then I started just lightning and coloring it, so I wanted it to be more sleepy and chill. Yeah, I like it, it came out pretty good. I did that this weekend. Just to show you that I haven't forgotten about it. It's happening, it's on the way. I mean, I don't know what's going to happen with it, actually!"
  • January 7: "Some of you were asking about the sleepy time track. It's been getting pushed back over and over and over. It's still happening."[8]
  • Released: June 4, 2021

8.31 Industrial All Electro Freestyle

  • Date: August 31, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

9.3 Goth Christmas

  • Date: September 3, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): In The End by Linkin Park + Evanescence + Christmas Music
  • Unreleased

9.9 Freestyle

  • Date: September 9, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

9.11 Sepia Tone

  • Date: September 11, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

9.14 ATS anniversary

  • Date: September 14, 2020
  • Theme: A Thousand Suns
  • Notes: Mike decided to create another song in the style of A Thousand Suns for celebrating the 10th anniversary of the album, mentioning Blackout and The Catalyst as inspirations.
  • Unreleased

9.16 Gorillaz Blues Motown

  • Date: September 16, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Gorillaz (requested by altdisneymama) + Robert Johnson/Delta Blues (requested by Maria4LP) + Motown (requested by EdArrowz)
  • Unreleased

9.23 Queen Hamilton Broadway

  • Date: September 23, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): I Want To Break Free by Queen + Hamilton Musical (requested by MariaAzmon) + Contemporary Broadway Music (requested by checkyesjules)
  • Notes: The Queen request was actually redeemed for the July 21 jam but Mike decided to try it again for another jam.
  • Unreleased

One Hundredth Stream

  • Date: September 25, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle w/ five Sounds.com sample requested by fans
  • Working Title: 9.25 hundredth stream
  • Notes: On the previous day, Mike acknowledged that his next jam would have been his 100th song since he started streaming and decided to do a freestyle track, using sample redemptions by the fans. It wasn't his hundredth stream, like he wrote on Ableton, but the hundredth song.
  • Making Of: 9.25 - My 100th Jam made live on stream!
  • Released: February 7, 2021 (37-second clip as NFT on Zora)

9.28 Funky Plugins

  • Date: September 28, 2020
  • Working Title: 9.28 plugins i dont use
  • Theme: Freestyle w/ one Sounds.com sample requested by fan
  • Notes: Mike sang funny Vocoder vocals.
  • Unreleased

10.1 Plastic Shepard Crane Kick

  • Date: October 1, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): The Lonely Shepherd by Gheorghe Zamfir (requested by Florina84) + Japanese 80's City Pop (requested by majorivan88) + Totoro from Studio Ghibli (requested by yokiiyok_) + Animal Crossing Soundtrack (requested by maylovesmusic)
  • Unreleased

10.5 quick beat post Among Us

  • Date: October 5, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike played Among Us for the first two hours of the stream then he decided to do a quick jam.
  • Unreleased

10.6 freestyle

  • Date: October 6, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

10.8 All Sample Track

  • Date: October 8, 2020
  • Working title: 10.8 All Sample track
  • Theme: Freestyle sampling vinyls
  • Note: Mike wrote on Facebook, "10.8 - taking you back in time today. Before the band started, I learned how to make beats by sampling. I'm going to do an all-samples track today."[9] At the beginning of the stream he told the story of him joining a songwriting competition that he actually won with a song he wrote when he was a kid, and played what he remembered from the track. Then he created a 7-minute track with a lot of samples made from his vinyls collection, including Led Zeppelin, the Star Wars soundtrack, Michael Jackson, Wu-Tang Clan, Al Green, Audio Two, The King 45, Nine and more. He also used the Sex Explained For Children vinyl that he already sampled in the past for the demo "Goop". After the stream he sent an e-mail to his Twitch subscribers with a MP3 download of the track, via Dropbox, with the following message: "Thanks for being a subscriber! Here is the track from today’s stream: https://www.dropbox.com/s/avf3xbn7vrws7cm/10.8%20All%20Sample%20track.mp3?dl=0"
  • Released: October 8, 2020 (through a Dropbox link sent via e-mail to Twitch subscribers)

10.12 The Social Dilemma

  • Date: October 12, 2020
  • Working Title: 10.12 Jazzy
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

10.15 Goosebot 5000

  • Date: October 15, 2020
  • Working Title: 10.15 freestyle
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased
  • Making Of

10.16 Dude Person

  • Date: October 16, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased
  • Making Of

10.20 Clips Session

  • Date: October 20, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike decided to create a song using the Clips mode on Ableton.
  • Unreleased
  • Making Of

10.21 Stinky Maschine

  • Date: October 21, 2020
  • Working title: 10.21 testing Kontakt drum-song
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike used the drum samples he created during the October 19 stream. During the Q+A he joked about his Echo Fix tape echo smelling bad saying "stinky maschine" and a fan in the chat suggested him to use "stinky maschine" as the title track, so he changed it.
  • Unreleased
  • Making Of

10.27 Stranger Swings

  • Date: October 27, 2020
  • Theme: Earth, Wind & Fire + Synthwave in the style of the album RR7349 by Survive + Brass Devil by Parov Stelar
  • Notes: Mike started the stream with the idea of a freestyle track but he decided to pick some requests from the Bowl Of Destiny.
  • Unreleased

Happy Halloween

  • Date: October 30, 2020
  • Working title: 10/30 Halloween
  • Theme: Halloween
  • Notes: Mike did a poll at the start of the stream to let fans choose the genre of the Halloween theme. Trap won over Dance/EDM, 90's Boom Bap and Reggae.
  • Making Of: 10.30 Halloween Beatz
  • Released: October 30, 2020 (through a Dropbox link sent via e-mail to Twitch subscribers) with the message: "Today's Halloween track on Twitch: https://bit.ly/35QVmwa"

11.2 Masch Plus Cooper Pedal

  • Date: November 2, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike decided to create a song using two new pieces of gear he bought recently, Maschine+ and a Cooper FX Arcades guitar pedal.
  • Unreleased

11.5 Good Vibes

  • Date: November 5, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

11.9 science over fiction

  • Date: November 11, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

11.10.20 Daft Punk Elmo Acoustic

  • Date: November 10, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Acoustic + Daft Punk + Elmo
  • Lyrics: Elmo ejected Zoe, Bert, and Ernie / But I never guessed the imposter would be Dorothy / The fish was faking all of her tasks, they told me / But I never guessed the imposter would be Dorothy
  • Unreleased

11.20 gospel choir

  • Date: November 11, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle w/ a gospel sample requested by a fan
  • Notes: Mike realized he wrote the wrong date in the Ableton file project but he didn't fix it.

11.12 Ableton 11 Demo

  • Date: November 12, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike used the Beta version of Ableton 11.
  • Unreleased

11.13 Percussive Fight Scene

  • Date: November 13, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Zorba's Dance (slow to fast) + Percussion only + Aggressive video game music
  • Unreleased

11.16 freestyle

11.18 iJustine Song

  • Date: November 18, 2020
  • Theme: Theme Song for iJustine
  • Notes: Mike planned to visit Animal Crossing island by YouTuber iJustine on November 19 and decided to create a funny Theme Song for her, using the Friends Theme Song and "American Idiot" by Green Day as references for melody and structure. iJustine posted on Instagram a "music video" of the track with clips of Animal Crossing, including moments from the livestream with Mike.
  • Lyrics: It's just you and me / And I'm Justine / It's just us and we / And I'm Justine / It's just you and me / And them and they / And us and we / And I'm Justine
  • Unreleased

11.20 iJustine Tool Lindsey Stirling

  • Date: November 20, 2020
  • Theme: Tool + Lindsey Stirling (requested by iJustine)
  • Notes: After visiting her Animal Crossing island the day before, Mike asked iJustine to suggest him an idea for a song and she requested Tool and Lindsey Stirling.
  • Unreleased

12.1 Freestyle Holiday One

  • Date: December 1, 2020
  • Working Title: 12.1 Freestyle
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike joked about Anna telling him to do Christmas songs on December so he decided to add some sleigh bells to give some Christmas vibes to the track.
  • Unreleased

12.7 Christmas Jam 2

  • Date: December 7, 2020
  • Working Title: 12.7 Christmas Jam
  • Theme: Christmas w/ two Sounds.com samples requested by fans
  • Unreleased

12.8 Twin Peaks Post Rock Lullaby

  • Date: December 8, 2020
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Twin Peaks + Post-rock in the style of This Will Destroy You and God Is An Astronaut + Lullaby for a 5-month old
  • Unreleased

12.14 Freestyle

  • Date: December 14, 2020
  • Working Title: 12/14 freestyle
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike posted a clip of the song on TikTok inviting fans to write and sing their own lyrics over it.
  • Unreleased

12.15 Hanukkah Freestyle-Trap Kletzmer 1.2

  • Date: December 15, 2020
  • Working Titles: 12.15 Hanukkah Freestyle, 12.15 Hanukkah Freestyle 1.2
  • Theme: Hanukkah
  • Notes: On December 14 Mike did a poll asking fans what to do for the next day, a Christmas jam won over the Hanukkah jam and something from the Bowl Of Destiny but he chose to do a trap Hanukkah track. He posted a clip of the song on Instagram and TikTok.
  • Unreleased

12.17 Freestyle

  • Date: December 17, 2020
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

12.28 Rain Drum

1.4 Netscape New Year

1.5 The 100k Jam

  • Making Of: 1.5 ShinodaProduceMe ideas / quick beat
  • Date: January 5, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike did a poll asking fans to choose the style of the track. Alternative won over 90s hip hop, minimalist electro and modern hip hop.
  • Unreleased

1.6 Ringtone Remix Remix 100 Gecs 2

1.7 All Ableton Sounds

1.11 Freestyle Triplet

1.12 311 Starset Julien K

Bittersweet

Bones

Voltage

  • Making Of: 1.19 Producing Cam Archer's "Voltage" / 1.20 Finishing Cam Archer's "Voltage"
  • Date: January 19, 2021 / January 20, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "Voltage" by Cam Archer
  • Working Title: Cam Archer-Voltage, Cam Archer-Voltage 1.2
  • Links: Cam Archer's announcement / Mike's Tweet
  • Unreleased

The Way Down

1.22 quick jam

  • Making Of: 1.22 Finishing Wax//Wane's "The Way Down"
  • Date: January 22, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: After working on "The Way Down" by Wax//Wane for the #ShinodaProduceMe initiative, Mike started a new jam and did a poll asking the fans which instrument to add. Bass won over low fuzzy guitar, Nord keyboard and OP-1.
  • Unreleased

Known Like This

1.26 All Samples 2

I Can't Feel A Thing

  • Making Of: 1.27 Producing Judison's "I Can't Feel A Thing" / 1.28 Finishing Judison's "I Can't Feel A Thing" and doing some drawing
  • Date: January 27, 2021 / January 28, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "I Can't Feel A Thing" by Judison
  • Working Title: Judison-I Can't Feel A Thing, Judison-I Can't Feel A Thing 1-2
  • Links: Release's announcement / Updated release date
  • Released: March 12, 2021

Not Your Game

Darkest Days

  • Making Of: 2.1 Producing BECKO's Darkest Days / 2.2 Finishing tracks by Megan Lenius and Becko
  • Date: February 1, 2021 / February 2, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "Darkest Days" by Becko
  • Working Title: Becko-Darkest Days, Becko-Darkest Days 1.2, Becko-Darkest Days 1.3
  • Links: Becko's announcement / Mike's tweet
  • Released: September 17, 2021

Enough

In Defiance

"Friday we're gonna start on a track by Matt Heafy. Are you ready? Oh my God, you guys! It's too crazy. It's gonna be Becko on Monday, Kintusku on Wednesday and Matt Heafy on Friday. It's a big fucking week. I got Matt's blessing to get weird with the track too. We're not gonna just make a metal track. We're not gonna make a Trivium track. If you wanted a Trivium track you could just get a Trivium track. You could go to Matt's channel and get that. So I'm gonna take his vocal, and even his guitar, and chop them up into little tiny bits, and run them through a meat grinder, and then we're gonna make a track out of it. I don't even know what we're gonna make. But the track he sent is so... its, like, epic! It's very, like, Matt standing on a mountaintop with a falcon on his wrist, who flies away and collects the bones of enemy clans, enemy warriors. That's what's happening next week, on Friday."

  • "Ps @mikeshinoda - the way you described the song... I MUST HAVE THAT PAINTED!!! Hahaha. I loved that description so much. I can’t wait to hear what you conjure! GO FRICKIN NUTS!"[10]
  • Released: June 18, 2021

These Dreams

Space Boots

Crazy

Just A Dream

2.17 Quick new wave jam

  • Making Of: 2.17 Finishing up tracks by Bella Goldwin, Sam Champagne / Amber Lee. And maybe a chat.
  • Date: February 17, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

What You Want

Obon Papa Roach KMFDM Saw weird time sig

  • Making Of: 2.23 finishing "What You Want" by Daniel Sherman + BOWL OF DESTINY
  • Date: February 23, 2021
  • Working Titles: 2.23 Obon Papa Roach KMFDM Saw weird time sig, 2.23 Obon Papa Roach KMFDM Saw weird time sig 1.2
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Papa Roach + Industrial in the style of KMFDM + Obon dance + Saw + uncommon time signature
  • Unreleased

Everybody Here

3.1 Freestyle

  • Making Of: 3.1 Freestyle Day!
  • Date: March 1, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle. Used the tape machine to chop samples up and play them back.
  • Unreleased

Strong

Lilith

3.5 Doors Strokes Silent Hill

Mixed Signals

Breathe In Breathe Out

  • Making Of: 10.11 Producing a track by Brevin Kim / 3.12 Finishing "BREATHE IN BREATHE OUT" by Brevin Kim
  • Date: March 11, 2021 / March 12, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "Breathe In Breath Out" by Brevin Kim
  • Working Title: Brevin Untitled, Brevin BREATH IN BREATH OUT 1.2
  • Links: Mike mentioning Brevin Kim / Brevin Kim's announcement / Mike's tweet
  • Unreleased

Blessing

3.17 Freestyle 1

  • Making Of: 3.17 Freestyle Track
  • Date: March 17, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Working Titles: Untitled3.17 Freestyle, 3.17 Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike actually did four jams during this stream. After the first one he said: "I like this, I feel like it's maxing out right now, I think this is the whole beat, it's just this and then it's done. I feel like I need to start a new track. Let's make a new track. How often have we done that? It's just like, 'Ok, that's a song, let's do a new one!'. Ok, so we call this '3.17 Freestyle number 1' and then we'll just make another one. New track, new track, it's already too much, it's already a lot.". He created a new project with two different tracks that he deleted because he didn't like, so he eventually did one more jam.
  • Unreleased

3.17 Freestyle 2

  • Making Of: 3.17 Freestyle Track
  • Date: March 17, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Notes: Mike actually did four jams during this stream. After the first one he said: "I like this, I feel like it's maxing out right now, I think this is the whole beat, it's just this and then it's done. I feel like I need to start a new track. Let's make a new track. How often have we done that? It's just like, 'Ok, that's a song, let's do a new one!'. Ok, so we call this '3.17 Freestyle number 1' and then we'll just make another one. New track, new track, it's already too much, it's already a lot.". He created a new project with two different tracks that he deleted because he didn't like, so he eventually did one more jam.
  • Unreleased

Teary Eyed

4.5 Freestyle

  • Making Of: 4.5 - Refreshed and ready for a Freestyle
  • Date: April 5, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Clarity

Not A Love Song

  • Making Of: 4.8 Producing "Not A Love Song" by Lizzy McAlpine / 4.9 Finishing "Not A Love Song" by Lizzy McAlpine / freestyle beats
  • Date: April 8, 2021 / April 9, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "Not A Love Song" by Lizzy McAlpine
  • Working Title: Lizzy McAlpine-Not A Love Song
  • Links: Lizzy's announcement + Mike's tweet
  • Unreleased

4.9 Rebel Bass 2

  • Making Of: 4.9 Finishing "Not A Love Song" by Lizzy McAlpine / freestyle beats
  • Date: April 9, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

4.12 All Samples 3

  • Making Of: 4.12 Our friend is back
  • Date: April 12, 2021
  • Theme: All Samples Freestyle
  • Unreleased

What Is Yours

Objects In View

Golden Falcon

  • Making Of: 4.19 Freestyle?
  • Date: April 19, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Working Title: 4.19 Freestyle
  • Released: April 22, 2021 (On Audius)

Outsider

  • Making Of: 4.20 Producing Haley Joelle's "Outsider" / 4.21 Finishing Haley Joelle's "Outsider" and uploading "Golden Falcon" to Audius
  • Date: April 20, 2021 / April 21, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "Outsider" by Haley Joelle
  • Working Title: Haley Joelle-Outsider, Haley-Joelle-Outsider 1.3
  • Links:
  • Unreleased

Nowhere Else

  • Making Of: 4.22 Producing Noah Khorey's "Nowhere Else"
  • Date: April 22, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "Nowhere Else" by Noah Khorey
  • Working Title: Noah Khorey-Nowhere Else, Noah Khorey-Nowhere Else 1.2
  • Links: Demo
  • Released: June 4, 2021

Lithium

  • Making Of: 4.27 Producing "Lithium" by Lenny Filipova / 4.30 Finishing "Lithium" by Lenny and "Cold" by Steven Curtis
  • Date: April 27, 2021 / April 30, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "Lithium" by Lenny Filipova
  • Working Title: Lenny Filipova-Lithium, Lenny Filipova-Lithium 1.2
  • Links: Lenny's announcement
  • Unreleased

Cold

  • Making Of: 4.29 Producing "Cold" by Steven Curtis / 4.30 Finishing "Lithium" by Lenny and "Cold" by Steven Curtis
  • Date: April 29, 2021 / April 30, 2021
  • #ShinodaProduceMe: "Cold" by Steven Curtis
  • Working Titles: Steven Curtis-Cold, Steven Curtis-Cold 1.2
  • Links:
  • Unreleased

Dinosaur Jr. Trigun Sound Collector

  • Making Of: 5.7 what the hell should we do today
  • Date: May 7, 2021
  • Theme (Fan Requests): Dinosaur Jr. + "Trigun" Opening Theme Song + Linkin Park samples
  • Unreleased

5.13 freestyle

  • Making Of: 5.13 Freestyle Session
  • Date: May 13, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Boo Moo

  • Making Of: 5.21 Breakbeat Freestyle
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Theme: All Samples Jam
  • Unreleased

5.25 Return Of The Aliens

  • Making Of: 5.25 Where have the aliens been
  • Date: May 25, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released September 28, 2021.

RTN AI

  • Making Of: 5.28 Deepfake Vocal Song
  • Date: May 28, 2021
  • Theme: Deepfake song with Artificial Intelligence
  • Unreleased

Reaper

  • Making Of: 6.3 Freestyle Track from Space
  • Date: June 3, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

6.10 axel f pink floyd anderson paak

  • Making Of: 6.10 The Bowl Of Destiny Returns!
  • Date: June 10, 2021
  • Theme (Fan Requests): "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" by Pink Floyd + "Sussudio" by Phil Collins + Beverly Hills Cop + Anderson .Paak
  • Unreleased

Unknown

  • Making Of: 6.17 Freestyle Track
  • Date: June 17, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Uproar

  • Making Of: 6.18 Track For Audius
  • Date: June 18, 2021
  • Working Title: 6.18 For Audius
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Released: June 18, 2021 (on Audius)

6.29 - live room jam

  • Making Of: 6.29-freestyle track, more live room
  • Date: June 29, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Unknown

  • Making Of: 7.1 - freestyle track
  • Date: July 1, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

7.6 Maschine Freestyle

  • Making Of: 7.6 - Maschine Beats
  • Date: July 6, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

7.15 Mayo Loops

  • Making Of: 7.15 Freestyle / new Dan Mayo Loops
  • Date: July 15, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle w/ Dan Mayo's sample pack "Groovin"
  • Released on October 6, 2021.

7.27.21 Redwods Freestyle

  • Making Of: 7.27 Back from vacation Freestyle track / 7.27.21 - Making a chill track
  • Date: July 27, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

7.29.21 Classic Hip Hop Sample Set

  • Making Of: 7.29 Classic Hip Hop Samples
  • Date: July 29, 2021
  • Theme: Sample track
  • Notes: Mike recorded some classic hip hop samples from songs he has on a playlist and made a track with them. He later added some extra samples with vinyls.
  • Samples: Master Mix - Story Board

8.17.21 Wonderguns

  • Making Of: 8.17 Freestyle Track
  • Date: August 17, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

8.19.21 Brown Noise

  • Making Of: 8.19 Freestyle Track
  • Date: August 19, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

8.20.21 Pop Punk Undertale Cell Phone Alarm

  • Making Of: 8.20 Bowl Of Destiny! Pop Punk + Undertale + Cell Phone Alarm
  • Date: August 20, 2021
  • Theme (Bowl Of Destiny): A song inspired by Megalovania from Undertale + Pop Punk + cellphone alarm sound
  • Unreleased

8.24.21 Random Stuff In the Room

  • Making Of: 8.24 Starting a track with stuff around the room
  • Date: August 24, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle with objects from the studio
  • Unreleased

8.27.21 New Jack Swing Volbeat

  • Making Of: 8.27 Bowl Of Destiny: New Jack Swing + Volbeat
  • Date: August 27, 2021
  • Theme (Bowl Of Destiny): New Jack Swing + Volbeat
  • Unreleased

8.31.21 Freestyle Ooh Baba

9.2.21 Score Demos

  • Making Of: 9.2.21 Film Score Demo Pt 1 / 9.2.21 Film Score Demo Pt 2
  • Date: September 2, 2021
  • Theme: Film Score
  • Working Titles: 9.2.21 Score Demos, 9.2.21 Score Demos 2, 9.2.21 Score Demos 3, 9.2.21 Score Demos 4
  • Notes: Mike did 4 different versions.
  • Unreleased

9.3.21 Melatonin

  • Making Of: 9.3.21 Friday Freestyle
  • Date: September 3, 2021
  • Working Title: 9.3.21 Triplet Friday
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

9.9.21 Rings of Saturn

  • Making Of: 9.9.21 Freestyle track
  • Date: September 9, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

9.10.21 Bigfoot-Freestyle

  • Making Of: 9.10.21 Freestyle track w Tempo Ramp
  • Date: September 10, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle with tempo ramp
  • Unreleased

9.14.21 Jiujitsu

  • Making Of: 9.14.21 Freestyle track: 8 bit + Boom Bap
  • Date: September 14, 2021
  • Theme: 8-Bit + Boom Bap
  • Unreleased

9.17.21 Long Live the Parrot

  • Making Of: 9.17.21 Friday Freestyle Track
  • Date: September 17, 2021
  • Theme: Synth-pop freestyle
  • Unreleased

9.21.21 Line Of Demarcation

  • Making Of: 9.21.21 Freestyle & NFTs
  • Date: September 21, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

9.30.21 Sea Cucumber

  • Making Of: 9.30.21 Freestyle Track
  • Date: September 30, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

10.1.21 Bowl-Post Rock Blue Monday Mass Effect

  • Making Of: 10.1.21 Bowl Of Destiny: Post Rock Sebastian Bohn Mass Effect
  • Date: October 1, 2021
  • Theme (Bowl Of Destiny): Post Rock + "Blue Monday" by Sebastian Böhm + Mass Effect Soundtrack
  • Unreleased

10.5.21 Thunderdogs

  • Making Of: 10.5.21 Freestyle
  • Date: October 5, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

10.28 freestyle

  • Making Of: 10.28.21 short freestyle
  • Date: October 28, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

11.30.21 freestyle beatz

  • Making Of: 11.30.21 Ziggurats Hype! Making a track today
  • Date: November 30, 2021
  • Theme: Freestyle
  • Unreleased

Pending fan requests:

  • Living Things meets One More Light + Jon Bellion + Tame Impala

Releases

On March 18th, Mike released the first CoronaJam along with "Open Door" demo, instrumental and stems, via the Community app through WeTransfer links, shared on his socials.

On April 2nd, Mike sent an e-mail to the LP Underground with his "Hybrid Theory" style CoronaJam attached. The message read, "Hey everyone, While I’m staying home and self-quarantining, I’ve been doing live music-making sessions. I generally start from scratch and build something over the course of about an hour in my studio. Fans can watch in real-time whenever I go live, or you can watch the clips later after they’ve been posted. Today I felt like making a Hybrid Theory / Meteora-inspired instrumental demo, and I wanted to give the final product to you in the LPU. Enjoy the music! -m"

On May 5th, Mike said he is going to release the CoronaJams on streaming services soon, but he has to go back and clean some of them up first.

On May 15th, Mike started drawing the album cover, putting a lot of references and inside jokes regarding the songs. He continued to work on the cover off-screen, saying that he didn't want to spoil the final result. He confirmed the release will be all instrumentals and he asked fans which CoronaJams should make the album.

On the May 28th stream, Mike gave an update about the status of the jams saying, "I am working on mixing and putting out some of these instrumentals from the live streams. It's been kind of going back and forth. I just want to set it up right so I can regularly put them out to you guys. There's like a lag time... I have to make them presentable and we have to deliver them, and then we can put them out. I'm trying to take that time and crunch it as fast we can do it. It's starting to look like around a month, or less... three weeks-ish to a month, maybe shorter. But we'll see how that works out. It's going well, you're going to hear Open Door, like a final version of that, you're going to hear some songs from the streams. And if in the first batch you don't hear one that you really love or whatever, it's gonna come later. I may not put them all out, 'cause they aren't all awesome, but I do want to put out the jams that have been created here on the streams. I'll put them out so you can listen to them on Spotify and Apple and all of that. You can make TikToks to them, or put into them in your Instagram. All that stuff, it'll be in the system. So there's that."

In early June, he said that he stopped calling them CoronaJams, saying that he intended to keep releasing them after the coronavirus period eventually comes to an end. He did not give a new name for what he is calling them, so we will wait for the first official release before we rename the jams.[11]

On June 10th he confirmed to have delivered the final master for the "first volume", saying, the next day, that he won't reveal how many tracks (and which ones) will be released. He said, "I'm not going to tell you which ones either. This is part of the artistic decisions that have to be made, this is what makes me happy is choosing the right ones and transitioning them and making a mix from one to the next, making a presentation out of it. You've gotta leave some of it to me. I'm not going to tell you which ones." He also did a poll asking the fans to pick one song to be released first on the second volume. The options were "Party Meow" (from the May 18th stream) and "Waltz" (from the June 11th stream).[12][13][14]

Mike released the first collection of CoronaJams on July 10th, with Dropped Frames, Vol. 1. He stated that he had already turned in volume 2 before volume 1 was even released, and was currently working on volume 3.

During an interview on October 21, 2020, JP from the Dropped Frames podcast asked Mike if he was working on the fourth Dropped Frames volume and he said, "I'm not, I'm not right now. I've gotten so far ahead of like... I've got so much music now from the channel, and I love the idea of the trilogy and I realized that if I keep going in putting these things out like... I don't know, I just... I don't have a plan to do it right now. Actually, the only thing that I am working on putting out is... we made a sleeping playlist. Rather a sleeping album, kind of, like... I made like this like stream of consciousness, no editing, no stopping, really, hour and something long, ambient track and the fans want me to put that out, so they can like go to sleep, listening to it. So, I'm figuring that out right now."[15]

Answering a fan question on the March 3, 2021 stream, about releasing more jams, he said: "You know, I have to imagine there will be a way to release them and I don't know what that's going to be. My thing was like, the ones that I really really liked, that I made, I put them on the 'Dropped Frames' ones. And I've made some since then that I got like 'I really like that one'. But there's also a lot that I think are fine, they're ok, but I wouldn't want them sitting and taking up space on my Spotify page... almost like just clutter. And I want you guys to have them or have access to. I just haven't figured out the right way to do it. Yeah, 'Skrrt Skrrt'? I actually like this one that is playing right now. This one is from like a year ago. I called it 'The Brooklyn Way', that was the name of the track. 'KarmaKon'? Yeah, I know you guys want 'KarmaKon'. As if I don't know!"[16]

On March 12, 2021 Mike introduced the idea of releasing more jams through the platform Audius: "Let me ask a question. There is a platform starting, it's a blockchain music platform called Audius. Their proposal, where they wanna get to, is basically like a super artist-fan centric music platform that it's a little bit like SoundCloud, but it's different. They're heading towards like a 90/10% artists split, meaning like... I don't remember what the number was but you guys are seeing these things going around where it's like, Spotify pays... like if you have a million streams on Spotify you get like two dollars. You get whatever that is right? Tidal pays more, and SoundCloud does a different thing, and so on, you know all of this. So their thing is, they want to facilitate the most direct connection between the artist and the fans, and if you sell a thing you keep almost all of the money and they have the capability of tracking... If you do a remix, I think they can track who partecipated and in what ways, because of the blockchain element, so like, 'I make a keyboard, you make drums, they play guitar, we all share the royalties of that'. Right know that's not all setup, but that's where they're heading towards. So they have some interesting capabilities that other platforms aren't doing or maybe can't do. If this was a thing where I started putting these Dropped Frames things, not the ones with vocals, but the instrumentals, is that something that you guys would do? Or do you just really want them the other way? 'Cause the other way is fine, it's just the audience is small. The audience for the Dropped Frames stuff is a small audience. And small audience stuff doesn't do very well just in terms of being effective in money per stream, or whatever, it's not effective. So my thought was, maybe we can put these things up on Audius and see how that goes. Would you guys be down? I know it's like starting another account but... No, it's free, you're not paying anything at this point. It's like Spotify has a free service and a pay thing, that's where they're headed, you can always listen to them for free. I think it will be ad-based, it's not ad-based right now, right now they're just building the community. I haven't done a deal with them, I made an account and that's it. I talked to them and I liked what they had to say. They're not gonna replace Spotify or whatever, they described it almost as if it was a music streaming version of a fan club, which I thought it was like, 'Oh! Addictive!'. Like, regular fans would go on Spotify and Apple and blah, blah, blah, but if you treat it like a streaming service for a fan club, then all of the sudden that made sense to me, I was like, 'Oh ok, you're more tight, it's more interactive and it's a different kind of experience.'"

He gave another update about the chance to release more jams on the April 7, 2021 stream, saying: "I wanna to do something else. I think just putting them out on DSPs... I don't even know how many spins the Dropped Frames series got but I feel like... I always wanna write this line between making things available to you in a way that's like somewhat convenient, right? So it's like 'Oh, I wanna listen to Mike's stuff, I can listen to it!', right? And then also like optimize it so that it can pays the bills, so... Like, with the 'Sleepy' track, that was the thing that we were working on... In this case it doesn't pay my bills, it pays the scholarship, 'cause the money is gonna go to the scholarship. So I wanna make sure to maximize that, dp you know what I'm saying? So I'm figuring it out. We talked about Audius, that's an option, we'll see what happens there. And what was the other thing? There are some other options, that I'm just trying to figure out. Spotify takes all the percentage. Like if you have a small release, you make nothing. And if it's through a label, they take a bunch on a release like Dropped Frames... Warner allowed me to do it through ADA, so I was able to maximize things that way. But yeah, if it's going to Spotify, then you make not very much, they make all the percentage."

On April 20, 2021 Mike decided to actually release something on Audius: "I've been trying to talk to the Audius guys about putting a song on Audius. Is this a good Audius song? You want this one? Is there one you want more than this one? I can put more on there. You want Roger? I don't think I can't do Roger, Roger's got samples in it, I can't put something up there with samples, I don't want to deal with that. Wilhelm? I'm not saying I won't pure more, I'm just saying 'Which one do we starting with?', this one, right? Alright, we'll spend a day just figuring that out. Should we figure that out tomorrow? Hang on, let me see what team Audius says. We'll find out what Audius team thinks about me putting this jam up."

He also considered other songs, saying: "What was the other one you guys wanted me to put out? Somebody said the Wilhelm scream one? Skrrt Skrrt I can put out. Maybe that could be good too. I don't want to put it out first though. Oh, I can't put Skrrt Skrrt up there either. I have to go with the ones with no vocals. I can put this one up though, this one I can. Why you guys like KarmaKon so much? This one?"

He eventually chose "Golden Falcon": "Ok cool, I'll put the track from yesterday up. He said 'I think it's ideal'. I'll do it on stream. I don't know if I can show my stream while I do it, I'm afraid to give away password or whatever. I'll put it out... what did I call? Golden Falcon? Golden Falcon! Ok, Golden Falcon is going up tomorrow on Audius. If you don't already have the app, just go on the app store and get Audius Music and follow me on the app. I am of course 'mikeshinoda', no space, no slash, no whatever. Yeah, and we'll be able to listen to this song on Audius. Audius is a blockchain-based music app. Right know, when you first get into it, when you first see it, you're gonna go 'Oh this is kinda like SoundCloud', or whatever, you're not gonna realize it's very different. On the back-end of it it's very different."

Track Listing

Free Downloads / Other Releases

No. Title Writer(s) Length Release Date
1 CoronaVirus Jam 3.18.20 Shinoda Mike 5:06 March 19, 2020
2 HT Corona Jam 4.1.20 Shinoda 2:53 April 2, 2020
3 10.8 All Sample Track Shinoda 7:35 October 8, 2020
4 Happy Halloween Shinoda 2:40 October 30, 2020
5 One Hundredth Stream Shinoda 0:37 February 7, 2021
6 Golden Falcon Shinoda 3:19 April 21, 2021
7 Uproar Shinoda 2:14 June 18, 2021
8 Skrrt Skrrt Shinoda 2:16 September 7, 2021
9 5.25 Return Of The Aliens Shinoda 3:13 September 28, 2021
10 7.15 Mayo Loops Shinoda 2:44 October 6, 2021

#ShinodaProduceMe

Released Songs:

Title Artist Length Release Date
Bones Alex McMillan 3:18 February 12, 2021
Bittersweet Chris Kelly 2:58 February 26, 2021
The Way Down Wax//Wane 3:46 March 5, 2021
I Can't Feel A Thing Judison 2:48 March 12, 2021
Not Your Game Megan Lenius 3:13 March 26, 2021
Known Like This Ben Kessler April 8, 2021
What You Want Daniel Sherman April 9, 2021
Enough Kintsuku April 16, 2021
Just A Dream Bella Goldwin April 30, 2021
Strong Joe Turone April 30, 2021
These Dreams Jordin Laine April 30, 2021
Lilith PLEXXAGLASS May 7, 2021
Space Boots Dusty The Stampede May 7, 2021
Nowhere Else Noah Khorey June 4, 2021
Clarity Hadi June 17, 2021
Crazy Amber Lee June 18, 2021
In Defiance Matthew K. Heafy June 18, 2021
Objects In View Every Rose July 9, 2021
What Is Yours Pealeaf July 16, 2021
Darkest Days Becko September 17, 2021
Everybody Here Paigambar October 1, 2021
Teary Eyed Emma McGann October 22, 2021

Unreleased Songs:

  • Cam Archer - Voltage
  • CHANDLER - Mixed Signals
  • Brevin Kim - Breathe In Breathe Out
  • Gabriela Gonçalves - Blessing
  • Lizzy McAlpine - Not A Love Song
  • Haley Joelle - Outsider
  • Lenny Filipova - Lithium
  • Steven Curtis - Cold

Art Streams

Game Streams

Miscellaneous Streams

  • May 20, 2020 - Videochat with Anna
  • October 19, 2020 - Drum samples
  • October 28, 2020 - Interview with grandson and Jason Aalon Butler
  • October 29, 2020 - Fan questions
  • November 30, 2020 - Chatting
  • February 18, 2021 - 2.18 Talking with Iann Dior and Upsahl about our new song Happy Endings + Accepting bids on the H.E. NFT
  • May 20, 2021 - 5.20 Freestyle track and...Anna Shinoda!
  • May 27, 2021 - 5.27 Deepfake Vocal AI / Warpsound AI & LIVE - CHAT COMMANDS IN ABOUT SECTION! 📡 (on WarpSound)
  • September 23, 2021 - 9.23.21 - short stream, what are we doing?
  • December 1, 2021 - 12.1.21 Ziggurats Presale, chat, and embacing the FOMO

Personnel

  • Mike Shinoda

Gallery

Trivia

External Links