2018 UPDATE: 3 Original tracks + a remix as a series using the Juno-106 as the only synth 2017 UPDATE: December: "Intensify", a dark track with dark inspiration. February: "Return2'88", posted before heading an Acid House night. 2016 UPDATE: Jean-Michel Remix posted, got #15 out of 258 in a remix competition.
Earlier in the year, I finished up "Undulations" and "Casually Berserk" from late 2015, with loads of Juno 106. My new Roland JD-Xi found it's way onto "Neon Tendrils", though already full of lots of old and new kit.
My remix of Gusgus "Airwaves".. love this band!
Check out my Bryan Ferry remix: http://play.beatport.com/contests/bryan-ferry-love-is-the-drug-the-great-gatsby-version/5394eb70b8ed74511696a5ae
It's official! I secured T.V. Mania franchise "T.V. Mania Utrecht"! http://youtu.be/vyYGFgYYP58
My content officially approved by Duran Duran side-project T.V. Mania for public YouTube listing.
Bio, Short Edit: multi-instrument beginnings in New Zealand, Programming focus in Australia with club / festival / radio play, the move to Holland..
In New Zealand, I dabbled in Programming, Piano, Bass Guitar, Cello, Choirs, & an analog recording studio.
In Australia I absorbed various 1990's dance cultures from Sydney to Melbourne, in clubs, warehouses, forest-parties and major outdoor festivals.
I did one-off sound design jobs for big NYE events and the like, collaborating with choreographers, percussionists, singers...even fireworks.
My original house / prog-trance tracks were played on Melbourne's "Kiss FM".
By the mid-2000's, I'd collaborated with D.J.'s, percussionists, a guitarist & a digeredoo player.
Some of these tracks were played at outdoor festivals "Rainbow Serpent", "Earthcore", at regular forest parties, Indoor parties and Clubs. Some also made it onto Australian T.V., and regular rotation on "Street FM" radio. Good times with DJ's Jewelz, Tony Loucas, Gavin Martin, the Holden brothers and more!
Two of my remixes were released on "Resurgent records" via Beatport, Release Records and 3beat digital.
These were remixes of: Josel (Manchester, UK) and Eiad Sayegh (aka: Bambook, Stockholm, Sweden)(with Anders Ödman.)
I had always been drawn to Europe, and In the late 2000's, I took an opportunity to move Utrecht, The Netherlands, and have made the choice to stay.
Despite a busy professional life and language learning, I've continued creating new tracks and re-mixes.