Never See Love

I wrote this original song with DJ Cubist in 2006.  Primarily DnB genre, it featured my vocals and recorder.  I always wanted to do an instrumental version, keeping the basic structure but utilising completely different sounds and creating a feeling of being mesmerised.

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I don’t want to set the World on Fire

I first discovered the Ink Spots in 2009 during After Dark Theatre’s production of ‘Limbo-requiem’.  They were an American vocal jazz group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s.   One of the first African-American groups, along with the Mills Brothers, to reach both black and white audiences, and had a great influence on the development of the doo-wop vocal style.

I fell in love with this song and wanted to create a unique version of the song.

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Sucker

Since ‘Sucker’ was released by the Jonas Brothers I have listened to this everyday – its got a great beat, it makes me want to move and I just fell in love with the lyrics.  When I fall for songs like this, I start manipulating them for fun and see if I can completely turn them on their head.   This time I thought I would cement my version, take a risk and release it.

This version is not a straight cover – you should expect something different.  Its simple, sultry and I hope you enjoy.

Bongmoth – 1.618

I have confirmed rumours that the follow up to 1.618 is indeed in the works.  It’s amazing to have had the recorder used on this album and I count myself lucky to have been involved.

The musicians that are Bongmoth are nothing short of incredible and I cannot wait to hear the next installment.

To really appreciate 1.618, don’t just listen to the tracks I’ve featured, follow the link and listen to the whole album – it’s ‘one monumental song’.

Read the full review from Feedback Metal.