A hard beat that's hard to beat!
Here is the video for the track called Hand it to me
This track has a very strong Trance vibe.
Hope you like it.
Have you ever felt uneasy when your hear laughter in a room but you're not laughing?
That is the idea behind this track.
Here is a small part of the track to give you a flavour...
Another track from the latest album: Look in the mirror
A track from the latest album: The wood for the trees
Here is the video for another March track
This is the video for a March 2022 track
This one is for you, Thorston Sideboard
The video contains clips of my journey to the north of England in early November, 2021.
Some of the scenery is stunning, especially in North and West Yorkshire.
I was listening to music for the majority of the journey.
Hope it comes through Loud And Clear.
This is my October track.
October is a time to snuggle up in front of a warm fire and just relax. At just a little over 8 minutes long, this track should help you to zone out and picture shadows dancing in space.
I hope you like it.
Check out this new video. My first foray into the world of ASMR
The new track for September 2021
Track 5: The contest of the bow
The video to my August release - a dis/rap track.
Check out this video for the July track - a nice, upbeat, trance-like number.
This has a drum and bass feel to it - much slicker than the original
Here's the original - Nuff said!
Danny and Fiona are getting married.
Like all couples on their wedding day, the day will start out as a mix of extreme concentration with periods of butterfly stomach. The wedding will then happen in a flash and the remainder of the day will blur into a series of small, vague, happenings.
I have made this track to encapsulate the big day but know that they will be happy together and later share memories from viewing their wedding photos.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, there was a lot of experimentation with electronic music. It was incredibly simple by modern-day standards but there was a warmth to it and quite a lot of feeling.
With this track, I have tried to create something similar to the music produced by the early electronic pioneers.
This is one of two tracks recently published to streaming services.
The other track is called Sushi in San Fran.
I hope you like them both.
You asked for it.
So, here it is.
A new and extended version of Teeth On Edge.
Doing what a synth does best
Photos taken around the world with accompanying experimental electronic music - what could be better?
Relaxing music with a suitably mesmerizing video to match