Hello - This single features the amazing vocals of 'glasscat'
This track was inspired by a Timbaland beat, and I started playing around with the idea on the drums and then laid down the rhythm. This then formed the foundation for the rest of the track. It has a rather glitchy groove with retro synths and pads. The lyrics are all about the unspoken darkness in a relationship and how a partner can seem distant and distracted, living in a parallel universe.
Judgement Day - A song I co-wrote and produced for "Frannie B".
Frannie says " This is a song about the one person you would want with you at your Judgment Day. The person who you’d want to spend your last day with and hoping that the feeling might be mutual. It's about wanting them to see you stripped down and without any of the facades and hoping that raw version of yourself is enough for them."
A song about the sacrifices people make when they dedicate their life to caring for others. Features the vocals of 'Frannie B'
Single featuring the amazing vocals of "Tammy Roylance". This song was co-written with Tammy and deals with the pain of a relationship in disarray.
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This is a track about the desperate humanitarian situation in Afghanistan. It features a gritty bass riff by 'James Eller', funky retro live drums, and the amazing guest vocals of 'glasscat'. My thanks to James Eller and 'glasscat' for their contributions. This aims to highlight the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Afghanistan with worsening famine in the region.
This was inspired by a DJ Food track called 'Dark Lady'. The bass riff they used was a sample from 'Open Your Eyes' by Flora Purim featuring Alphonso Johnson on bass. Alphonso's bass riff is awesome, and so I re-interpreted that kind of vibe with a similar bass motif and the live drum groove. My friend James Eller played the bass riff and I built the track around that riff.
Many thanks to James Eller for his amazing bass playing :-) www.jameseller.com
The song is about Women’s Rights, and how their underlying right to freedom of choice and freedom of speech is severely compromised by religious fundamentalism and bigoted attitudes.
It Features the vocals of my good friend Tammy Roylance. I wrote the song the day the Taliban walked back into Kabul.
After 20 years of steady progressive development in Afghanistan, women's rights have taken a terrifying step backwards.