A Previous LifeLush, chilled out synthpop created from the ground up using vintage analogue synthesizers. The lyrics were inspired by a less than successful romantic trip to Paris. * Central Line Catalogue Original Track.
BlinkPure fizzy synth-pop produced using 70's and 80's technology. Smooth, layered vocal harmonies contrasting with raw analogue synth tones.
Everything Is OursEpic layered analogue synthesizer brass and strings with a hypnotic acid bass. 1 minute intro. Think Vangelis meets early Depeche Mode.
Hazy Shade Of GlitchHeavy bit-crushing with progressive melodies, this track came out of an experiment to see how far I could go with distortion. *Central Line catalogue original track.
NewYorkWhat happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, or in this case New York! Pure early 80s synthpop in the Yazoo/Human League style. *Central Line catalogue original track.
Oh YeahHard robot electro with a hint of Dubstep, this track was meant to sound like robots fighting. As with all my tracks, it was produced using vintage analog synthesizers from the 70s and 80s. * Central Line Catalogue Original Track.
Public Enemy Number 1Laid back power synthpop ballad created from the ground up using vintage analogue synthesizers. The lyrics were inspired by the careers of Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow. * Central Line Catalogue Original Track.
The Joy Of SynthesizersInspired by a 70's Dario Argento horror movie, this track was built around a heavily sequenced Moog bassline with a hard cyclic filter effect offset by smooth analogue string pads. * Central Line Catalogue Original Track.
Toxic ShadowAggressive, edgy vintage synthesizer Electro/Dubstep fusion with smooth, harmonised vocals. 1 minute intro.