***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.

One liner Wednesday: The return of Wednesday Weirdness.

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.

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Sci-fi techno audio visual extravaganza.

Over the weekend I created another multimedia project, to showcase the further evolution of my attempts at musical composition.

This piece, entitled Deadlights, is accompanied by a video constructed from clips of a Japanese science fiction movie called Space Battleship Yamato, along with the usual array of peculiar swirly patterns, expertly synched with the music.

I am also testing out my ability to embed the Instagram video player into posts (a process WordPress doesn’t make easy via the mobile app) so hopefully that will appear directly beneath this paragraph. However, if are unable to access Instagram for the some reason, I am also including the YouTube version. I hope you enjoy my cinematic endeavours, make sure you play it loud. ;~}

Remix video frenzy.

The devil will find work for idle hands and he apparently has all the best tunes, so maybe I should be thanking that particular mythical personification of the evil that men do, for my latest burst of creativity.

Because, since I got furloughed from work again, I’ve had plenty of time to dabble with my audio visual home production studio (well, ok, my phone) and I have recently managed to achieve some pretty impressive results.

For a start, I made this epic reworking of Kate Bush‘s Hounds Of Love

…along with a truly awesome mashup mix of Madonna‘s Ray Of Light and Kraftwerk‘s Numbers/Computer World, which unfriendly YouTube algorithms decided to block, so you can only see the full extravaganza via Instagram (apologies for the poorly-embedded player, you may have to click the link) which you can access below.

How about a spot of Vangelis, with a track from his Blade Runner soundtrack; this is Dimitri’s Bar, remixed with some additional electro rhythms from C Gonzalez

…or if that doesn’t float your space craft, here’s an extended romp through a Levellers song called 15 Years

But the things I’m always most pleased with are the ones which are solely my own work, like the techno sci-fi epic in my previous post and this completely original, pumping house music jam, entitled Lockdown Funk.

One liner Wednesday: The return of Wednesday Weirdness.

Hello there and welcome to a surprise reprise of my Wednesday Weirdness feature, returning to mark the first of an equally surprising two weeks of furlough from work.

Having being experimenting with a synth/sampler/mixing/sequencing app I downloaded during the first lockdown, (and never managed to work out how to play) I have finally learned how to compose real, structured music.

Here is my favourite track so far, with a video I made to accompany it, featuring footage from the sci-fi classic, Babylon 5.

Ladies and gentlemen, I am proud to present, Obsidian.

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