Audio Sketchbook

Over the last 18 months I’ve posted 28 tracks to SoundCloud. It’s been a great start but I’ve not managed to keep up the flow of new work.

I started off well releasing a track every couple of weeks but then ground to a halt after a few months and since then I’ve only managed to finish another handful of tracks over the last year.

I suffer from a common problem – not releasing work until I’m 100% happy with it which often leads to me overworking tracks and then never managing to finish them. I need to get better at finishing work quickly while the ideas are still fresh and letting things go before I feel they are 100% perfect.

It’s only through iteration and a consistent release schedule that I’ll learn, progress and build an audience for my work.

So to combat this I’ve decided to start an audio sketchbook experiment. The idea is that I will put something up on SoundCloud on a very regular schedule – once every 2 days.

I am hoping this will free me up to experiment more, release ideas and sketches, and be less precious about finished work.

I also hope it will inject some fun back into my sound creation and give me a better idea of the direction(s) I want to go in.

So, new audio posted to SoundCloud every 2 days… lets see how long I last!

2nd November 2019

Latest Recordings


Music inspired by and containing field recordings of the coast and the sea made in Filey in August 2020.


Sketches is possibly my first “proper” album. Melodic lo-fi ambient music - instruments and field recordings.

The Listening Station

A collection of my more ambient tracks from 2018-2019.


A collection of my more electronic rhythmic tracks from 2018-19.

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