Too Late to Stay (feat Odarka and NJ)
Weaving male and female vocals with a tamed pulasting bass. A dance/pop track with many nuances.
A haunting, hypnotic, relaxing piece featuring the voice of French vocalist Enlia. Lush, flowing background vocals add to the mystery of it all.
A dance track inspired by the kalimba (thumb piano).
A trance-inducing track featuring ethnic drums, flute over some lush vocals. Let this track take you on a journey…. who knows what you’ll find along the way.
Best of Life
COVID-inspired dance track depicting optimism for things to come. Yes, it’s been tough but, we still have the choice to make the “Best of Life”.
Thanks to Nicole Arends for the vocal tracks.
Groovy dance track featuring sampled voice courtesy of TheScarlettWitch89. A juxtaposition of base triplets with luscious pads along with various processed sound-effects.
In My Soul
Track with a driving beat and persistent bass line, and processed vocals added for good measure.
In The G
A Track I produced when re-visiting a decade-old seed idea.
A track produced as part of a Music Producers Group. Musicians were given a small set of samples to work with. Samples and sounds were manipulated and modified in various ways. The track also contains “found sounds” such as steak knives rubbing/scraping each other.
An experimental track with a lower bpm than I usually produce. The layered pads and supporting rhythms, sound effects and processed unique vocals make it somewhat haunting.
A mixture of tribal beats, electronica and African vocal samples.
I Am The Wind
Collaboration with Calypso artist Roger Gibbs back in 2005 or so. In the studio, we took turns choosing a patch/sound, adding to the track as we went along.
The lyrics are an excerpt from an ancient Irish poem called “Song of Amergin”. It was in a book in my bookshelf and we just went with it.
Don't Play With Fire
The leads were made from a single sound/note and massaged with effects, pitch, etc. To make my the track more organic I used a text-to-speech utility to add the voices. The result was a Krafwerk-ish sparse track.
The message of the track is: Play with fire…take chances.