Making Music

I make music that is created & used in different ways.

Releases Releases

You can find my music on most digital stores. Vinyl and CD editions are available from the online store at timetravelopps.bandcamp.com.

Licenses Licenses

Commercial licenses are available, as well as free licenses for non-commercial/educational project. Just email info@timetravelopps.co.uk

Soundtracks & Commissions Soundtracks & Commissions

Bespoke music written, performed & recorded for short films, exhibitions, apps & live literature. To find out about the interactive and app based music projects visit www.timetravelopps.co.uk

Blog

Rambles about works in progress, ideas, inspirations, performances and that.

26 May

Lau-Land w/ Adem (and a couple of other shows)

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This Saturday I’ll be appearing at the Lau-Land festival at Colston Hall, Bristol. I’m not going to be picking up any instruments though. At least not in a planned way. I’m on the panel called ‘Talk To Instrument Inventors’. I was asked to come and talk about Songs For Spoken Words and Rubato (the software […]

13 March

Night Sun at FORMAT Photography Festival

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FORMAT Festival in Derby is is “one of the UK’s leading international contemporary festivals of photography and related media” and I’m proud that Night Sun is a part of it this year. It’s set up at QUAD in the city centre for the next few days, up on the mezzanine above the café. UPDATE: Due […]

30 January

Songs For Spoken Words Launch Show + New Performance Software

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Songs For Spoken Words is officially released on 16th February on LP, download and App. It’s kind of a strange project to describe (Lauren Laverne had a good go on the radio a few weeks ago!), so I’m going to break it down into its different parts: 1. An EP of instrumental music on single-sided […]

Reviews

Nice things that people have said about the tunes I come out with

  • The Wall Breakers

    “Night Sun is a beautifully haunting piece of music that feels like a children’s lullaby, but is one I could easily see being used to score a World War II period piece, or some other self-reflective “coming of age” performance.”

    - The Wall Breakers
  • Simon Pursehouse, Sentric Music Publishing

    “(Night Sun) is, basically, really rather lovely. And just the right amount of creepy!”

    - Simon Pursehouse, Sentric Music Publishing
  • James Sharpe, Director

    “Music maestro & purveyor of dense ear worms”

    - James Sharpe, Director
  • Michael Sargeant, Curator at QUAD

    “Richard Birkin produces beautiful, moving and memorable music. An inspirational and genial artist. Highly recommended.”

    - Michael Sargeant, Curator at QUAD
  • Norman Records

    “Ahhhh close my eyes and I’m transported from this dingy office into green pastures…”

    - Norman Records