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Songs For Spoken Words

Songs For Spoken Words

Twinklebox | Old Dreams [single]

Twinklebox | Old Dreams [single]

A Lullaby Hum For Tired Streets [LP]

A Lullaby Hum For Tired Streets [LP]

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Edith – Soundtrack

Edith – Soundtrack

July 30, 2016

Earlier this year I composed the score to a beautiful short film called ‘Edith’. Here’s the trailer (featuring ‘Vigil I’ from my album Vigils): Edith explores the heartbreaking inevitability that is old age. Written by novelist Ray Robinson, whose work has been shortlisted for both the James Tait Black Memorial Prize and the Authors’ Club … Read More

Night Sun at FORMAT Photography Festival

Night Sun at FORMAT Photography Festival

March 13, 2015

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 … Read More

Songs For Spoken Words Launch Show + New Performance Software

Songs For Spoken Words Launch Show + New Performance Software

January 30, 2015

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 … Read More

Songs For Spoken Words

Songs For Spoken Words

December 18, 2014

I can finally announce the release of the project I’ve been producing for most of this year. It’s called Songs For Spoken Words, and will be released on 16th February 2015 as a six-track EP on single-sided coloured 12″ vinyl, download, and a special app. “A really beautiful project, a lovely idea.” – Lauren Laverne, … Read More

Recording Nature & Unlocking Archive Sounds

Recording Nature & Unlocking Archive Sounds

November 17, 2014

This month I’m collecting sounds from the natural world. It’s for a new commission to write the soundtrack for the new Nature Gallery at Derby Museum. The project kicked off with the digital transfer and restoration of an amazing artefact – a 65 year-old shellac recording of a Nightingale singing in Ticknall, Derbyshire: When the … Read More

The Music of Murakami

The Music of Murakami

August 28, 2014

I’ve just finished reading Murakami’s new book Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage. I really enjoyed it (more on that in a minute), particularly the musical references. Murakami’s got a few traits that always come up in his novels. Cooking, sex, music. His musical references are important, the details aren’t just the writer … Read More