Fading Light

I really like a good closing track on an album. I like it when a band uses to the opportunity to use the last track, to end the album with a particular mood. Sometimes this is used to round off the contents of the album in epic style with a real show stopper song with… Continue Reading


Abbey Road Mastering

Wow, nice! Hang on, what is mastering? This is the response that a lot of people say to me why I tell them that I am having my music mastered at the world famous Abbey Road Studios. Most people have heard of Abbey Road Studios. Mentioning immediately evokes images of countless bands and artists that have recorded their… Continue Reading


Musical Presents 2

I wrote in a previous blog how much I like making music using all manner of things. In fact if I can get something to make an interesting sound then the chances are I’m going to end up sticking it in a recording somewhere. I also mentioned that I am very difficult person to buy… Continue Reading


The Best Of 2010

I think that 2010 has been a very interesting year for music, films and television. I thought it would be nice to share with you all which of those have been the best for me in 2010. Music Obviously 2010 was a very special year for me because I release my first two singles, Make… Continue Reading


Gone

Well last week saw the release of my first single, Make It Better, which was very exciting indeed. But apart from that, it also saw the release of my first B-side, Gone. In these days of downloads and streaming, what the hell is a B-side anymore anyway? It obviously used to refer to what was… Continue Reading


My First Single – Make It Better

I’m a very excited Stephen today, although I’m less excited now that I have referred to myself in the 3rd person. This is something I promise myself that I won’t do, isn’t it Stephen? Anyway, I’m very excited because today my first single, Make It Better has been release and is available for people to… Continue Reading


Start With The Blank Page

Hmm, I think I understand a little bit what writer’s block must be like. Looking at a blank page is a pretty daunting way to start something off and that’s what greets you when you write your first blog. Suddenly everything that has happened to you throughout what little of your life you seem to… Continue Reading