Stormy electro for turbulent times.
I’ve often thought that ‘The Shadow Cabinet’ sounds like something far more dramatic than it really is. Here’s some sinister electro, offered as a soundtrack for this mysterious organisation’s nefarious scheming.
Also, who knew the Korg Monotribe was capable of producing such an awesome snare sound?
After nearly a decade of making music purely with hardware, I decided to throw my laptop back into the mix. The temptation to use it for intricate sequencing was irresistible and these four tracks (presented in the order they were created) are a record of me getting all that silly twiddling out of my system.
I had a Soundcloud clear-out and found a couple of other tracks lying around. In total, 19 ended up on my Bandcamp here:
It does mean that some of the Soundcloud tracks embedded in my older posts won’t work. Soz.
These days I make roughly one electro tune per year that I’m truly happy with. This one is made special with accompanying artwork by my dear friend Dan Shannon. We’re talking about a collaborative project next. It’s exciting.
I’m knocking out tunes quicker than I can update this site at the moment. I reckon I have about half the material needed for an ESX-1 live set now. Better get something pencilled in at the local church hall.