Latest News

The Total Flower Chaos fundraising campaign has raised $2,640 in pledges so far, which puts it at 66% of the minimum goal of $4,000. The campaign ends on August 7. Thanks to everybody who pledged, I'm feeling the love! I hope we can make it!

Click here to go to the site and learn about it.

--Rob July 27, 2015

The Total Flower Chaos fundraising campaign raised $1,655 in the first week towards the minimum goal of $4000. That puts us at 41%. That's a good start, hopefully we can keep it going. The campaign ends on August 7.

Click here to go to the site and learn about it.

--Rob July 20, 2015

The Total Flower Chaos fundraising campaign is more than a third of the way to its $4000 goal after only the first 3 days! Click the following link to see the video and read all about it!

Total Flower Chaos Kickstarter Project

--Rob July 17, 2015

I launched my kickstarter fundraising campaign for the Total Flower Chaos recording project. Please click here to see the video and read all about it!

--Rob July 13, 2015

It was a great week at Evergroove Studio, recording the debut Total Flower Chaos album. On Wednesday and Thursday, we recorded the basics as a live band-- Jon Cox on drums, Cameron Hays on bass, and me and Ben Waligoske on guitars. On Friday Ben added some lead guitar tracks. Saturday I added more guitar tracks. And on Sunday, Adam Bodine came in and added keyboard tracks to 3 songs. Brad Smalling engineering and co-produced with me. Cameron and Ben also helped with the arrangements. My goal was to get 5 songs recorded for an EP; we got 6 1/2 done. And they sound great. I have a few more parts to record, and then I'll consider whether I want to write lyrics for some of these, or leave them as instrumentals. Next week I launch a fundraising campaign to help pay for all this. I'm very excited about these recordings, I just know that rockers out there in the world will love it!

--Rob June 29, 2015

We begin recording Total Flower Chaos tomorrow! I'll be posting more frequent updates to the website now, stay tuned!

--Rob June 23, 2015

I go into the studio later this month to start recording the Total Flower Chaos album. I've been busy getting demos finished, and working with my co-producers to decide which and how many songs should go on the album. I've also finalized the musician lineup: Jon Cox on drums, Cameron Hays on bass, Ben Waligoske on guitar, and Adam Bodine on keyboards. Dan Tracy and Brad Smalling are co-producing, and Brad is the engineer.

Also I've been busy designing a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to pay for the project. More on that soon. I'm very excited about this recording project. I think it's going to be a very interesting and original rock album. Stay tuned for updates.

While all this is going on, I'm still playing shows with both my acoustic band and Dorian. Check the shows page for upcoming shows.

--Rob June 3, 2015

New Video!

I created a video for my song, "Apollo's Little Bastard." Click the video link at the top of this page to view it. It's a slideshow of photos from live shows over the past 7 years. I have a few other videos there as well. Please view and leave a comment.

--Rob April 10, 2015

Spoken Word Remix Project

I've been working with engineer Brian Hunter to remix three spoken word home recordings I've done over the past few years. These are "Wave the Flag and Give 'em God", "Indigenous", and "Accept, Embrace, Surrender". In addition to improved sound, we're adding some cool effects to the songs, which I think people will like. I haven't decided what format to release these-- for digital download only, a 3 song EP or part of a larger solo album project. I'll decide in the next month or two.

--Rob March 21, 2015

Let's go to the City

This is cool-- check out Brian Hunter's song on the music player to the right called "Let's go to the City." Brian co-produced and engineered my album, The Other Side of Nowhere, which includes my song, "Let's go to the Mountains." Brian was inspired to compose this instrumental variation of the song. Check it out!

--Rob Nov 30, 2014

Have a Listen

Playing with Dorian at the Larimer Lounge in Denver

Scupanon playing The Park House in Denver

Bands and Projects

Total Flower Chaos

This is my hard rock/noise/psychedelic rock project. Recording has begun at Evergroove Studio in Evergreen, Colorado (see News Updates above). As of now, there is no band, but I plan to form one soon. There is no website for this project yet, but if you're curious, I have posted a few rough demos on this Soundcloud site.


Scupanon consists of me on vocals and acoustic guitar, Paul Ermisch on violin, Paul Woods on upright bass and Uriah Espinosa on percussion. We primarily play my original acoustic songs. We play frequently along the Colorado Front Range. For the Scupanon website, click here.


This is a 4-piece band consisting of Adrian Richey on vocals, myself on electric guitar, Dave Bakulski on bass and Jon Cox on drums. The songwriting is shared between Adrian, Dave and myself. We play original music in the style of The Smiths, The Cure and Joy Division. Dorian does not yet have a website, however, it does have a Reverbnation site where you can hear our songs, find out about shows, and sign up for the email list. We gig occasionally in the Denver area.

Rob Roper Solo Recordings

I how have about 10-12 unrecorded songs that don't fit the above categories, and continue to write more. Eventually they will appear on another solo record. It will come down to time and funding.

Producer Work

I am currently busy producing my own recordings (see news at left) but am eager to start producing another band or individual's album. I think that I have a real talent for this, so if you would like to consider me as a producer for your recording project, please email me at and we'll discuss it.

Movie Work

I am also looking to compose music for movies. If you are a budding movie director, and would like to work with me on your project, please email me at

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*Note: there is another Rob Roper in the UK who plays music. This site is for the US Rob Roper.