Grid Muzik/Planet X: Double Bandcamp release.

My Bandcamp profile continues to grow and you can explore it in full by clicking on the image of my back-catalogue, but you can also get a taster right now in this post.

If you caught yesterday’s audio visual spectacular, you’ll have already heard one my two latest compositions, Grid Muzik, but if not you can listen to it here

However, I only completed work on the second of the weekend’s peculiar electronica projects this afternoon, so this will be it’s first public airing.

I’d like to present to you, an up-tempo little number called Planet X, check it out, it’s never quite what you expect it to be…

Wednesday Weirdness: New Bandcamp releases.

Today I have some new and original musical compositions to share with you, in the form of an album and a remix EP. First up are these lively and occasionally noisy tunes; featuring genre-mangling experiments with rock riffs, electro-tinged melodies and techno rhythms, each one available individually or complied into the Xamidimura album (which also includes a bonus remix of an earlier, ’80s-inspired track)… And that is followed by a three track remix project called Interkonnekt, which began when I couldn’t find quite the right sound for the final layer of a mix I was making. Eventually, I used one of the components from a completely different mix and the unexpected success of the arbitrary juxtaposition got me thinking; what if I mixed and matched the two main components of several mixes, what would that sound like..? Well, no need for you to wonder, because it sounds like this. These fabulous new releases can be listened to for free via the embedded Bandcamp players in this post. You can play the track displayed and if you click on the title you can view the track list, which can be purchased individually or in whatever combination tickles your auditory fancy.

Sunday night megamix.

Another in my continuing series of elongated techno mixes, all created from scratch with my sampling/sequencing/mixing apps and available for your listening and purchasing convenience via the player below.

Turn it up and annoy the neighbours.

New album launch.

I’m delighted to inform you today marks the continuation of my musical publishing adventure, with the release of my second full length collection of original material, Sonic Cosmos.

The seven track album was composed, produced and mixed from scratch, using my Remixlive and edjing apps and includes custom-made artwork for each tune (which may also be purchased individually) in addition to the main cover shown above.

This time around there’s a varied selection; ranging from throbbing techno and retro synthwave, to chilled electronica and jangling guitars, all of which you can listen to via the embedded player below, where you may also buy any of the tunes which take your fancy.

Thank you to anyone who has already supported my creative endeavours by purchasing my eclectic (and very reasonably priced) audio output, I hope you all enjoy my latest offering.

Midweek musical madness.

Time for more sonic experimentation to brighten up your hump day.

Firstly, here’s a brand new slab of deep, dark techno, called Fathom

…followed by this free download of a truly preposterous concoction; two previously separate compositions spliced together to make up a veritable cornucopia of weird noises and conspicuous bleepery, Datastream.

Midnight mix.

While we’re on the subject of mixing, here’s the result of me mashing together two of my own crazily cacophonous creations to come up with an even more extraordinarily eclectic confection of sonic extravagance.

Behold the frenetic, skittering, glitching cavalcade of confusion which is Klatter

***Exclusive Album Launch Announcement***

Yes, it’s true.

ISOLATION RADIO, the album, is a reality!

I have just released my first ever collection of original musical material for public consumption on Bandcamp and here exclusively and first anywhere in the world, I present it to you, my lovely readers.

You have already had a chance to sample many of the delights contained within, via the audio visual noodling I have engaged in of late, but now is your chance to actually own my…uniquely unschooled sonic oeuvre.

If I have embedded it correctly, you should see the Bandcamp player for the album below, where you may experience it for free as often as you like.

If for some reason you are unable to access Isolation Radio directly from there, you can find it HERE; where you are welcome to purchase it for the frankly piddling sum of £3, (or more, should you deem it worthy) or even browse the free tracks I have experimented with over the years.

#1linerWeds: Wednesday Weirdness.

Welcome to the second week of my quarantine-friendly Wednesday Weirdness strand, which is deputising for the alternative dictionary while it’s on coronavirus lockdown in the Library of Contrivance.

Today I have some animation, some music and some homemade art for you, described in my allocated one line, like so:

A friend on Facebook, a fine chap called Tom Tomski, suggested we recreate album covers with stuff we had lying around and I also composed a new musical masterpiece, which I accompanied with a rather spiffing video.

{The first three are mine, then four from Tom and three from Fi J Sanderson. Thanks guys, for letting me share your creative genius)

So, did you get them all?

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1linerWeds: Wednesday Weirdness.

Good day to you all and welcome to a new slot on Return of the Internet Nobody, while the alternative dictionary takes a break for the duration of this…extraordinary time we’re all living through, to make way for, well, weirdness.

No idea what that actually means in the long run, but it’ll be original content, it’ll be on Wednesdays until further notice and, needless to say, it’ll be weird.

It could be music, videos, GIFs, animation, digital art, anything at all, the only thing they will have in common is that they will only have a one line explanation. This allows me to continue crowbarring them into Linda’s One Liner Wednesday feature and gives me something to do that takes longer than coming up with a bad pun once a week.

So…

I made a video to go with my latest original composition, “Fazer”; created using a timelapse of a cycle ride to the park, which you can see in this gif..

…and which you can watch in all its psychedelic glory, right here on YouTube.

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Return of DJ Nobody.

To help take my mind off the stress and turmoil of the past few weeks, I’ve been mucking around with audio-visual gadgets again, to bring you two additions to my ever-expanding collection of psychedelic remix videos.

The first frenetic explosion of sound and colour is an unlikely collision between African rhythms and Balearic beats, mixing The Sahara All-Stars with Beat Connection, resulting in Take Your Balearic Trunk Soul Rhythm

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Secondly, a more subtle reworking of a song by electronic music innovator and producer, Imogen Heap, the lovely Glittering Cloud, unimaginatively renamed by me as Stuttering Cloud.

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