These pieces of music developed over a period of months and existed on my hard drive for over a year before I decided to do anything with them. They are the most simple pieces I have ever made and for that reason I suppose hadn’t really considered releasing them. Instead I found myself listening to them when I was stressed or needed some space (I’ve since come up with the ‘slow motion mind soother’ description!). Later I was working with musician Max De Wardener and let him hear some of them, and he encouraged me to release them. A friend suggested Golden Ratio Frequencies could be a good home, and I was soon in discussion with Alex who runs the label. The resulting cassette is now available to buy here , with beautiful sleeve photography by my brother Curtis James.
Here is a video, also by Curtis, for the track Invisible Centre.