Month: April 2019

  • Making Music For Vinyl: Not As Easy As I Thought…

    With the news that Bandcamp will soon allow artists to offer vinyl, I was naturally intrigued by the possibility of working towards putting out a record next year. I’m very into physical media, vinyl being naturally the king of the physical space. It’s a beautiful thing, to put on a record, look at the sleeve […]

  • I Could Synthwave Forever.

    Endless fun making endless loops for an imaginary movie made in 1988.

  • Perfume – Fusion: Hi-Tech Live Performance

    This I love. My peeps from the MTF crowd will too, I’m sure. J-Pop band Perfume performing live across 3 continents in a ridiculously tightly edited video. A triumph of art, choreography and technology. And Fusion is my favourite track off the album. YEAH.

  • Perfume – Future Pop

    A slice of J-Pop I was introduced to in Japan. Perfume’s live shows really appeal to the Music Tech Fest mentality – super hi tech and futuristic. I’ll post some live vids, but for now, here’s a song:

  • Hometown gig… finally!

    Hometown gig… finally! If you were there… I can’t thank you enough. AND AT SYMPHONY HALL, NO LESS! It was a foyer concert, a small deal, but it was BIRMINGHAM. WITH FRIENDS. AND FAMILY! I was a little more nervous than usual, of course. I make my living performing for strangers… Lots of new sounding…