So when people are making covers of your original music, that means you’re one step closer to being internet famous right? right? If anything it means that you are getting some attention, and in the world of the web, that’s worth something. Anywho; shoutout to Mitch (@MitchellJTrench) for his beautiful cover excerpt of The Birth of AI… Continue reading TFW: people cover your original music!
This piece draws upon part of a poem I wrote a few months ago. Lost Freely – Score I chose a 5/8 meter for this improvisation, utilising 4 chords – two variants of quartal harmony (D quartal triad [C5/D] and a variant with an added note [Fsus2/D]) acting as the harmonic tension, and two variants… Continue reading Lost Freely
Wrote a short little Canon for music today. What I had originally intended to be something which sounded super minor turned out… Well not so much. Admittedly, I kind of chose some random chords and wrote the 16 bar variation before copying it into the other instruments to hear what it sounded like. Canon –… Continue reading Canon in C
Welcome to the new age, where we are expected to be available 24/7 and the by-product of your labour is not a physical item as such, but rather a something intangible – information. In the modern life dominated by instant connectivity through the virtual world our society has responded to this instant global access by changing the way we approach the… Continue reading Working All The Time (The Life of Liquid Labour)
Shoutout to Ben Smit-Colbran for helping out with ideating chords for me to digitise. This composition draws upon cyberpunk elements, imagining a future where we have evolved beyond being just ‘human’, instead extracting our own thoughts and converting it to data, to grow and evolve through the internet. Utilising the affordances of a distributed network, the collective… Continue reading The Birth of AI
The arrival of the telegraph created a revolutionised reality for information. No longer were we required to physically move the message to the location it was being delivered to – whether that involved going and verbally communicating face to face, or writing a letter to be delivered, the message could only reach its destination through… Continue reading Digitising our Life
Basically, I’ve spent the day prototyping. Drawing inspiration from the competitive set I compiled a while ago, and this lovely website which claims to have a list of the top church logos. The design brief outlined “minimalist, simple, flat design”, and so I’m trying to draw upon that, but I’m also trying to create the… Continue reading WIP: Catalyst Logo Design