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She Left a Note

I’ve been in something of a hibernation when it comes to my music making- It’s not that I’ve stopped, I have been working away on things and keeping lots of small projects on the burner, I guess I’ve just had to step back on the throttle, compared to my normal pace.  Having little people in your life just forces you to slow down and just do what you can in the moments you get.  While it really has been a difficult thing for me to get used to, I think it has also been a real blessing.  I’ve had to say no to a lot of things and most of them I haven’t missed.  It has also given me a whole lot of clarity on the things I do miss, the things I do want to say, the people I do want to work for.  So in the tiny cracks between work and child rearing, I’m sorting my creative mind.

One of the things I’ve really wanted to get out into the world is this remix I did of Luke Howard & Janos Bruneel‘s song ‘She Left a Note‘.  I loved this song the minute I got their album Open Road, so it was an absolute joy to explore a remix of it.

I also had a bit of fun creating a small visual to go with it.

 

 

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Free Remix Download and new music that I can’t get enough of

Well first of all, I thought it was time for a present!  I was pottering on a track that I started when I was happily lost in the South of France at La Muse.

You can download a full copy of the track HERE!

 

I wanted to let you know about 2 artists from opposite side of the world that I just can’t get enough of at the moment.

The first is: Beat Culture He’s a 17 year old from the US who only started making music a year ago and I’m awestruck- his sample based compositions are really engrossing- he has something really special.  There’s a mixture of free downloads and songs for sale- really worth a listen.

I also just bought an ep by Brice Woodall also hailing from the US- this 4 track release was recorded partly on cassette and partly on computer- the result is really gorgeous electronic pop that reminds me somewhat of The Postal Service.  I haven’t given it a thorough listening as yet- but it strikes me as a grower!

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