Parkview – Stream The Album

Parkview is the debut full length album by Stephen Caulfield. Written, performed and produced entirely by Stephen Caulfield, Parkview was recorded over a number of years by Stephen in a self-built studio that looks out over the local park, called naturally enough, Parkview Studio. Parkview is an album of 11 songs that showcases Stephen’s ability as a singer-songwriter… Continue Reading


Parkview Photographs

I love taking photographs. I really like how the advent of digital photography has given us the ability the snap away without having to worry about running out of film, or the cost of developing. It makes it so much easier to learn techniques, experiment and try different things out. The quality of cameras in… Continue Reading


BBC Introducing Mixtape

I was delighted to get an email during the week telling me that one of my songs would be featured on the weekly BBC Introducing Mixtape on BBC Radio 6 Music. This is a show put together by Tom Robinson and his team under the banner of Fresh On The Net. The shows sources music from… Continue Reading


Celluloid (From Bedrooms To Billions)

I’m very pleased to say that I am releasing a new mini-album on the 22nd September 2014. It is called ‘Celluloid (Music from & Inspired by the Film From Bedrooms To Billions)’ and it is available through my own store on Bandcamp as well as iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and other online stores. You can listen to… Continue Reading


Is This Thing Still On?

Is this thing still on? Well my slackness at keeping this blog up to date has been noticed, so I guess I had better do something about it. I am continuing to work on my album Parkview. I has been slow progress, I guess that’s one of the issues when you are writing and recording… Continue Reading


Welcome To Nightfall

Welcome To Nightfall came about because of my fascination with an instrument called a Mellotron. You can have a listen to the song here: I remember when I was studying for GCSE Music, one of the pieces of music we had to study was Strawberry Field Forever by The Beatles. The songs starts off with… Continue Reading