Over the last couple of weeks I have been working on a new EP of original material and I am giving you, my lovely readers, the first chance to experience it in all its glorious, trance-like complexity.
As usual, each track comes with its own bespoke artwork, along with the main cover art and each track is also available to purchase individually.
But you can listen to the entire EP via the embedded player below, should you wish to try before you buy.
Lastly, I’d like to once again express my gratitude to those of you who have already supported my adventures in musical experimentation, it’s always good to know someone appreciates the work I put in to these projects.
So, now it’s time to sit back, turn up the volume and join our future robotic overlords for a bit of a boogie.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present the A.I. EP, I hope you enjoy it…
The result of another afternoon of digital composition; M15510N K0N7R0L is a veritable frenzy of robotic drum machines and sequenced synths, check it out for free via the Bandcamp player below.
Last week one of my all-time favourite bands was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; techno pioneers and all round godfathers of electronic music, Kraftwerk.
In 1977, the Dusseldorf based, musical cycling addicts and transportation nerds released the hugely influential and groundbreaking Trans Europe Express. Much of the album features rhythmic motifs derived from the sound of trains clattering over rail tracks, producing an irresistible beat and perfectly matching their “motorik” sound.
So, by way of an homage to their recent elevation to Rock Gods status, I have created a completely original tribute of my own, cheekily entitled Trans Asia Express, which you can sample and/or purchase using the player link below.
With another unplanned week off work as corona-furlough strikes again, I’ve been sitting in my garden studio (oh, alright, in a comfortable chair with my phone) adding to my rapidly expanding music catalogue.
First there’s this chilled out cinematic epic, once again produced from scratch with two completely separate, bespoke pieces of music, which I then mixed together on my DJ app…
…and here is the accompanying, multilayered video I created for it:
After which I was inspired by the warmth of the sunshine to make this rather infectious, (in a good way) Latin-tinged, rhythmic electro number…
…with more optical gymnastics to go with it:
More to come tomorrow, watch this space.
As I’m still furloughed, Wednesday Weirdness returns for a second week, with yet another eye-melting, potentially seizure-inducing, multimedia mindbender.
Because there is a cinematically psychedelic video to go with my latest burst of electro-frenetic musical mayhem, with additional footage pilfered from a crowdfunded sci-fi movie called Blood Machines, this is Core Breach.