Some big changes in this new render! A faster tempo, the addition of a much-needed snare, a different texture for the intro, a longer outro, and some very significant gating changes to the bassline are amongst the many improvements. Hope you like what you hear.

This morning my Moog Minifooger MF-Delay arrived. What a beauty! (And great service from Juno Records, too.) Can’t wait to combine this with my Korg Volcas for some more analogue action!

This morning my Moog Minifooger MF-Delay arrived. What a beauty! (And great service from Juno Records, too.) Can’t wait to combine this with my Korg Volcas for some more analogue action!

Skull Tubes is back! I know I’ve been quiet recently and I’m about to be quiet again because I’m dropping off the grid for a couple of weeks, but before I go, I’ve managed to finish a new mix of ‘Like Unknown Movements In The Mist’.

The biggest changes from the last render are the faster tempo and the addition of a new snare to fill out the sound a bit. The rest of the tweaks are pretty minor and probably won’t be noticeable to many, but the track is in slightly better shape all over. 

This was the first headphone-only mix I’ve done, so it’ll be interesting to revisit it in a couple of weeks and check that it holds up on my monitors.

It’s the final day of Skull Tubes Week! Today’s new music is a brand new render of ‘They Came Crawling From The Catacombs’ and this is now getting pretty close to the final mix that will appear on EP 1. I hope you like it and I hope you’ve enjoyed everything that’s been posted this week.

For the penultimate day of ‘Skull Tubes Week’, I have a brand new song for you. This is a lot more ambient and score-like than anything posted previously. I hope you like it.

It’s day three of ‘Skull Tubes’ week, so more new stuff! Here’s another quick Korg Volca Jam for you.

Today is the second day of ‘Skull Tubes Week’ (details), which means that I have a new track for you! This time it’s a new render of ‘Like Unknown Movements In The Mist’. Render 3 isn’t a radical departure from the last version, but it’s that little bit tighter, less repetitive, and overall feels like it’s heading toward something more polished. Hope you enjoy it!

Ghoster is a brand new track and here’s the very first render, posted as the first track in ‘Skull Tubes Week’. Check out this post for details on what Skull Tubes Week is all about.

Very happy to announce that this week is the very first ‘Skull Tubes Week’! I’ll be posting a new track every day, whether it’s a brand new song, a new render of an existing song in progress, or a live Volca jam (which I’m also filming). The new song will follow very shortly…

Very happy to announce that this week is the very first ‘Skull Tubes Week’! I’ll be posting a new track every day, whether it’s a brand new song, a new render of an existing song in progress, or a live Volca jam (which I’m also filming). The new song will follow very shortly…

Took a moment to take a ‘proper’ photo of my new studio gear (the three Korg Volcas and the Focusrite Scarlett 18i20) and my resurrected-from-storage Alesis Micron, which is being used purely as a MIDI controller.

Took a moment to take a ‘proper’ photo of my new studio gear (the three Korg Volcas and the Focusrite Scarlett 18i20) and my resurrected-from-storage Alesis Micron, which is being used purely as a MIDI controller.

Live performance and sequencing on my brand new Volca Beats and Volca Bass (The Volca Keys is arriving next week), on 9th March 2014. A little EQ, compression, and reverb added in Live to compensate for the poor audio quality of my in-need-of-replacement audio interface.

Although my intention has been to upload every ‘render’ of a track to show its progression towards something finished, it’s taken three renders of this song, ‘Prowler’ to get to a place where I feel happy about posting it. There are many thing I desperately want to change about this already, but I feel like the skeletal structure is there. Hope you enjoy it. Oh, and this is perhaps the most Bristol-influence track I’ve created yet!

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