Here’s a promo video for my latest ambient space music album Stateless. The video features short clips from each of the 7 album tracks accompanied by some atmospheric space/sci-fi themed imagery. The album is available to buy or stream from the usual places including Bandcamp and Spotify etc. (as well as right here on this website!):
Stateless is a 7 track collection (nearly 80 minutes total) of longform atmospheric soundscapes and cinematic drone music. As with most of my ambient work, a sci-fi theme runs throughout the pieces which have a highly visual feel to them.
You can get the album from the following links and if you’re interested in licensing any of the music for games, films or videos etc. then drop me a line for more info and what you’re looking to license it for and I’ll get back to you with details:
I’ve been getting a few emails from people about a video currently on Facebook which uses my music. The video (see above) is from Hashem Al-Ghaili‘s excellent Science & Nature Page and it currently has around 27 million views. It’s a video explaining the upcoming Super Blue Blood Moon on January 31st 2018 and the track of mine is called Theory Of Time.
Unfortunately it’s only available on my Royalty Free Music Vol.3 collection here on my website:
I say ‘unfortunately’ because the download also includes an unlimited license to use all the music from the album in your own personal or commercial videos, therefore it’s priced at £39.99 which I realise is lot more than ‘regular’ albums that people might generally buy!
So sorry but it’s not available on Spotify or anywhere else just to buy/listen to that one track, but thanks to everyone who has contacted me about it and enjoy the Super Blue Blood Moon!
Just found this video I’d forgotten I made for the track Panoramic Light from my atmospheric ambient space music album Cryosleep Dreams.
The album is available from the following links. Enjoy!
The Hypnagogue Podcast is a well regarded show in the ambient community and John is well known for championing artists with his well written reviews so it is an honour to be featured in this episode alongside other musicians including Max Corbacho, Hollan Holmes and more!
Check out this episode and all the others here:
You can listen to the podcast on the link below along with other artists including David Helpling, Levente, Sava Marinkovic and Giulio Aldinucci:
If you want to get your music on all the major online stores like iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play etc. then you need a distributor. With virtually all distributors you have to pay them a fee (sometimes it’s a yearly fee or sometimes per album release) and they submit your music to a varying number of stores (depending on who they supply to).
I’ve been using Distrokid for several years after having tried a few others and I still think they’re the best out there. You pay them a yearly fee of $19.99 and you can then put out unlimited albums or single tracks to all the major (and other not-so-major!) services including:
- Apple Music
- Google Play
- YouTube (including Content ID)
- +150 other stores and streaming services
You get to keep 100% of all royalties from your sales. Some of the previous distributors I used would charge you a yearly fee per-album but with Distrokid you can release as much music as you like for one price of $19.99 per year. They’re also very artist-friendly and are run by and for musicians. I’ve never had any problems with them and they’ve always been really responsive so I recommend them completely!
You can use my referral link below which will also give you 7% off your first year:
I’ve just released a new album of ambient space music and drone soundscapes titled Merging The Infinite. The album contains 10 tracks of longform atmospheric textural music with a total running time of over 1 hour and 42 mins.The album follows on stylistically from my previous releases Cryosleep Dreams and Perpetual Dimensions and ranges from calm, ethereal and airy drones to dark and edgy space music tracks with an ominous feel. Some of the tracks have a subtle Berlin-school feel (a la Tangerine Dream) with fluttering stereo arpeggios and sequences.
The Occupation Of The American Mind is a powerful documentary about the Israeli/Palestinian conflict and how propaganda and journalism can influence public perception. Narrated by Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters and featuring contributions from Noam Chomsky, Phyllis Bennis, Max Blumenthal and many more. My music is featured throughout the documentary which has received glowing reviews and praise.
“One of the most compelling and important documentaries in recent years.”
John Pilger, journalist & filmmaker
You can find more info about the film including where to watch here:
Check out this teaser trailer for a cool looking new iOS game from Rinikulous Games called Unlonely. The video features a short clip of one of my new ambient space music tracks called Spindrift from my forthcoming ambient album which should be out sometime in the next few weeks.