Eager to buy something special for the guitarist in your life? Here we have the 5 best and 5 worst gifts for guitarists to help you navigate the minefield of musical gift-giving!
Towards the end of 2020 I was asked to come on board a project with the chaps at Val Verde Broadcasting, helping with the audio, sound design and composing the original score. This was a big job, but we're all excited about the finished piece and extatic that it's out in the world!
Last month I was working hard on a parody of The Power Of The Dog, titled The Freestyle Cowboy Showdown.
Thickify is a distortion plugin, designed to add density and SWOLness to your audio tracks in a straightforward (and entertaining) manner. Here is a video review and discount code for Thickify.
In December 2021 I set myself the challenge of writing, recording and releasing as much LoFi music as I could in a single, 8-hour session.
Looking to expand your musical horizons? Want to learn something new on your morning commute? I'm pleased to present this list of 5 podcasts that, as a practicing musician, I've really enjoyed over this last year.
Which of these new synthesizers is the better value for money: The Korg Monologue or a Potato? It's not a real review, idiot.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0DC1DXkF6k I'm thrilled that this video is out in the world. I was approached by Peaked Interest to create an original score for a new video, something synthie, something like a John Carpenter score. I'm pleased with the result and have got a playlist of the music in isolation here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf_o4hrSq6nRjtaZBqL3l77EK2MFaeTJY
This was an excellent photoshoot, and a great opportunity to completely destroy some old music kit. Don't worry, I promise that all the music equipment was broken beyond repair to begin with so nothing was wasted. Photography by Richard Jackson, BTS images from Assem Nugumanova and shoot dir. by Laura Elmer
I'm really excited to announce this new Blue Alatar E.P.! Cinematic folk-rock-fusion with dusting of electronic oddness; there's some big riffs, but they're not all on guitar.EEK. These tracks are a slight divergence from the 2018 album. Less layers, greater variety of instruments, no longer driven by guitars. In terms of influence, I drew a … Continue reading Blue Alatar: The Elements E.P.