Monthly Archives: March 2014

Graphic notation at its finest

Anyone interested in ‘graphic’ design and music ‘notation’ would be hard pressed to find a better example of combining the two disciplines here, thanks to Александр Рытов. Inspiring stuff.

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Stockholm Syndrome

I  wrote this little piano piece after a working visit to Stockholm, Sweden. It felt a little like I was taken hostage by the filming job I was working on at the time:

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The Tickle Monster

This little piece was inspired by a conversation in a pub with my old mate Andy Helme about how fishermen catch trout.

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He’s A Serious Man

This song was written many many moons ago, and rejected by the band I was in at the time saying it sounded too much like Elvis Costello’s ‘Pump It Up’. It was inspired by a real person, a serious man, … Continue reading

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The Problem With Facebook

Another clip from 2Veritasium explaining the problem with Facebook. It’s good for wedding and baby photos apparently. Well worth watching…

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Fakebook Likes Farm

I had wondered why Facebook posts I was sharing weren’t getting any feedback. Allegedly, Facebook are controlling post distribution to entice me to pay for more ‘likes’ according to 2Veritasium’s YouTube clip below. Well worth a watch.

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