Cephlalgia – Gig excerpt (2)

Cephalalgia – Ice cream headache

This is the Second portion of a 3-part performance of visuals & sound, combined generative & composed. Performed at the Sheffield Theatre Delicatessen in support of ‘Jefferson Slim Sheik Experience’ for their ‘Cittasamskara’ show.

One of the few pieces containing voice, albeit barely recognisable. Regarding the cognitive dissonance contained within ice cream headaches.

Relax – Gig Excerpt (1)

This is the first of a 3-part performance of visuals & sound, combined generative & composed. Performed at the Sheffield Theatre Delicatessen in support of ‘Jefferson Slim Sheik Experience’ for their ‘Cittasamskara’ show.

I wanted each section within the performance to have a defined style. Thus this part refers to calming notions of water, nature, birds, forests, etc. I conceived this piece after discovering a ‘relaxation cassette’ made by my father for one of his clients roughly 20 years ago. I listened to the entire recording & constructed complimentary pieces of sound design to go alongside the narration, as well as utilising existing footage of water used in previous projects. Subverting both to form a new, altogether connected experience.

Drone mixtape 1 & 2 – Generative Sound

Drone Mixtape 1 & 2, was a compiled piece of music designed for a seamless listening experience.

Comprising of mostly generative pieces of sound, it draws elements from established genres of ambient music & adds chance procedures in it’s structure & overlying message; which is constructed entirely within the audiences mind, a subjective experience within another.

It will be released & available to purchase in the coming months on tape & digital as part of Interworld Media.

The cover image is a still taken from my visual work.

Dronestasy – Composed sound

Please listen on headphones.

Dronestasy is a composed piece of music borne entirely from ‘comedowns’. I made certain to only work on this piece under that specific constriction.

It was important to me to relay such emotions as contained within the specifics of a post-mdma head-space.
The brutal intensity of how it overwhelms thoughts with a soft buzz & the throbbing reverberation of drums pulsating around an imagined & overused brain.

The image is a composite of colourised burnt-out film stock & projection mapped smoke.

Frahmbient – Remix of ‘You’ by Nils Frahm


This is an ambient reworking of a song by Nil Frahm, I made this immediately after hearing the album ‘Screws’ for the first time.

I clearly remember how powerfully the entire album was from start to finish. It instantly compelled me to make music again and I needed to emulate how it made me feel.

I recorded the sound of ‘You’ playing into the room I had first heard it in and began layering it back onto itself. (you can even hear the church bells & the birds tweeting from outside my window, a beautiful natural addition I decided to keep in). From there I worked with more convolution reverb and various other filters to separate layers and generate a few different versions. This is certainly the best take however, exhibiting the careful solitude of the original piece whilst still displaying an overwhelming feeling of peace.

This piece was submitted as part of a Nils Frahm remix collection & is also available to listen on his website below –


The image is an amplified image of tears, specifically, tears of change.

Ambstract – 3 abstract-ambient pieces from 2014

The first piece ‘Sun-days’ was written across two different Sundays and as such has two distinct styles/moods, using the same source material.

’11 Wizards’ was conceived as the soundtrack to a dream I had experienced. Immediately after awakening I sought to replicate what I had heard in the dream, which was an epic, drawn-out, wizard battle royale. It began with a stalemate, which seamlessly shifted into a brief opening ceremony and then eventually the battle, which subsided into darkness. The entire dream was performed as if it were in 500 frames-per-second slow-motion, the soundtrack emulates this.

‘Returnal Occurence’ is the main theme within actual short film ‘Eternal Recurrence’, dir. Rob West (2014). Based upon the Nietzschian concept of an eternally re-occurring universe, it seeks to emulate this idea through it’s loopable nature whilst retaining a specific ‘beginning’ & ‘end’.

The 3 pieces were packaged together due to their compatibility & over-arching abstract principles.