I live in London. My head lives in North America. My heart is in Tibet, and my gut wants to be in India.

My musical tastes range from Modern Classical to Experimental Techno, taking turns through Trip Hop, Electronic Indie, Space-Rock and Folk Music from around the globe. These days I lean mostly towards the Electronic end of the spectrum because I see most scope for evolution in that area. That and also because there are some astonishing artists working within that genre. These are quite simply exciting and revolutionary times musically speaking.
Recent Activity
posted a comment on Apparat - Krieg Und Frieden (Music For Theatre). over 8 years ago
As a fan of Sasha Ring's work already, and in spite of having read a couple of reviews that told me how different from his usual fare this album is, I doubt anything could have adequately readied me for precisely HOW different. It's as if the guy who... See full review
posted a comment on Mike Sheridan (2) - Ved Første Øjekast. over 8 years ago
3.5 / 5 stars

Mike Sheridan is criminally underrated and serially under-reviewed. Trying to find a review of this when it was released was like trying to find a banker who isn't going to hell in an apple-cart. This album, and his previous work 'I Syv... See full review
posted a review that has since been deleted. over 8 years ago
posted a review of BT - This Binary Universe. over 8 years ago
BT - This Binary Universe is a phenomenal example of what is sometimes called IDM, but which I like to call "Symphonic" Electronic. It illustrates the reasons why people who criticize this type of work are so misguided. The quality of the composition... See full review
posted a review of Oliver Schories - Exit. over 8 years ago
4/5 stars

Oliver Schories' sophomore long-player is a distinct evolution from his debut. Again it has the feel of a more or less continuous mix, except that whereas his first album played out like a live set comprised of tech-house and deep-tech... See full review
posted a comment on Ametsub - All Is Silence. over 9 years ago
This comes highly recommended. Give it a listen. I promise you, you won't be disappointed.

I was lucky enough to read a review of Ametsub's 'The Nothings of The North' last year, which first exposed me to this unique and extraordinary Japanese... See full review
posted a comment on The Gentleman Losers - Dustland. over 9 years ago
This record is a bit of an enigma. Coming to the band fresh without hearing their previous outing I had no preconceptions, and it is really a unique listen. One day it might hit the sweet spot and then another it'll sound like your 12 year old music... See full review
posted a comment on Bvdub. over 9 years ago
Brock van Wey makes music which HE enjoys, which is the essential ingredient for an artist that will prevent them from slipping into insincerity. His music also has a purpose as a tool, in that it's designed to induce a meditative state. The titles... See full review