Here you can listen to some select tracks I've produced over the years, watch some informative videos and chill out.
With this song I tried to capture the feeling of a dream you don't want to wake up from because you're comfortable there.
This song comes from the idea of strolling alone on a beach at sundown and feeling completely free from doubts and worries.
I made this song for my partner, and wanted to capture the beauty she hides underneath her distant persona due to her history of illness.
This is a song I made for an EP a while back that tells the story of a doll that comes to life. This song is about her discovering the magic of books.
From the same EP as before, this song is about Dolly discovering musical instruments.
Dubstep is a fun and difficult genre to create, and I wanted to explore a weird funky melody inspired by Robin Williams' acting in Death To Smoochy.
This song is my interpretation of unabashed care free optimism and blissfully ignorant happiness.
I love percussion and rhythm, and this is one of many characteristic percussion pieces I've made.
This song was directly inspired by an industrial percussion track Akira Yamaoka made for Silent Hill 1.
In this song I tried to capture the feeling of loneliness and nostalgia.
I made this song to capture the feeling of human fragility and hope, reflecting on the bitter-sweet lives we live.
This song was inspired by the Bravely Default game. It's the music I felt in my heart when Agnes was desperately trying to free the crystals without knowing the consequences of her actions.
I wanted a soft, glowing tone for this song. Kind of like being lost in a colourful forest.
This was an experiment with analogue synth sounds and drums, with a big drum finale at the end.
This song reminds me of collecting pebbles as a kid and naming them according to their colour and shape.
This song was made to capture the feeling of falling and being defeated, but feeling freed by the experience.
I love making gritty and pumping industrial tracks. This one has a controlled build up to a giant percussive finish.
Ever since I first played Skyrim I've loved the idea of making tavern music for games. I made this using the Era 2 library from Eduardo Tarilonte.
I adore (good) chiptune music, and this is my ode to game consoles like the Gameboy and SNES.
This song expresses the feeling of sharing something important with someone and knowing you can trust them.
This was a dreamy song to make, and captures the feeling of floating in a pink forest while reflecting on your life thus far.
This song was inspired by Etrian Odyssey, and is about the often gentle irony our world experiences as it turns.
This song was made to be an introduction style piece to a fantasy adventure that doesn't exist, but was inspired by The Legend Of Zelda.
I made this song about the idea that with winter comes blankets, hot chocolate and warmth you appreciate having to attain.
An inspiring live performance of "acoustic dubstep" by three super creative musicians, including legendary drummer JoJo Mayer.
One of the greatest music teachers unveils the deeply symbolic and profound life-parallels of rhythm and West African drumming.
This is part 1 of four parts.
This is part 1 of four parts.
A highly informative video from one of CK Ladzekpo's brothers, demystifying the arrangement of African percussion and explaining just what calling, responding and improvising is used for in performances.
Another great video about the artistic, historic and cultural significance of percussion.
A performance that showcases the hypnotic sounds of gamelan and the disciplined way it is performed.
A fun video of Greg Phillinganes having a blast with Keyscape and generally doing inspiring things.
An example of how complex the human voice is.
An inspiring video that demystifies psychics, the paranormal and false medical practices, as told by the great James Randi.
A jaw dropping video of a highly talented and eccentric artist creating and destroying their work.
A man that has to be experienced rather than explained.
A fun video from Brusspup showcasing the creative side of science.
This video showcases the beauty of Mongolian music and Tuvan throat singing.
An inspiring Taiko ensemble performance.
The power of a well choreographed drumline.
A video showing how most people have skills they don't realise.
A performance that showcases the storytelling of traditional Japanese magic.
This video is less about the jokes and more about the importance of learning from your past and improving your future. The brilliance is he uses the elements of comedy as an example to explain it.