I have been trying, and failing, to write song-based music for a while, more seriously in the past few months. Aside from not having the time, energy or talent to make much of it, I keep falling back on that old Objective Strategy, honour thy mistake as hidden intention. Well, I wouldn't say I honour my mistakes exactly, nor pass … Continue reading Chattanooga


Here's an EP of noise I made. Do you like noise? Pretty noise? Ugly noise? Null has all sorts of noise in it. Try it, you might hate it and want to punch me in the face.


Typical, I get so caught up in the minutia of structure that I find it cripplingly difficult to execute my musical ideas, and then instead end up accidentally creating something spontaneous that is more interesting to me. Seachange is a C minor chord on piano, hyper-stretched, cut up, layered, processed, filtered, stitched together into a … Continue reading Seachange


More of the same really. Music made by stretching guitar improv noise. Not very exciting. Sorry. It's easy to do, and I'm lazy, and I kind of like the sound of it. Probably the last one of these though, that's one for each of the elements. Also, here's the art:


It's easy to be musically prolific when you find ways to make 22 minutes of noise out of 12 seconds of actual programmed music. The source material here is distorted choir samples. This is then stretched to 100 times its original length, heavily processed, and et voilà, this monstrosity right here. An exercise in getting much … Continue reading Oceansource