Reorientation (Music Video)

Reorientation is a centred around smaller stringed instruments including a Dulcimer and a Cimbalom, with the lead being played by an Ondes Martenot. Reorientation – Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from the album, Circuits. Available here: Bandcamp Spotify Apple Music & iTunes YouTube Amazon Soundcloud Deezer Primary instrumentation used to create the… Continue Reading


Heliograph (Music Video)

Heliograph is a song that features an acoustic piano and a vibraphone. I really like how the oscillations caused by the fans above the resonator tubes on the vibraphone create a dreamy atmosphere with the sustain pedal down.  Heliograph – Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from the album, Circuits. Available here: Bandcamp… Continue Reading


Submit (Music Video)

Submit is a contemporary classical piece that explorers tension through more extreme playing techniques and melodic dissonance.  Submit – Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from the album, Circuits. Available here: Bandcamp Spotify Apple Music & iTunes YouTube Amazon Soundcloud Deezer Primary instrumentation used to create the music Spitfire London Contemporary Orchestra Textures


Far Too Late (Music Video)

Far Too Late is a slowly evolving ambient piece based around a repeating figure played across various synths and electric piano. Far Too Late – Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from the album, Circuits. Available here: Bandcamp Spotify Apple Music & iTunes YouTube Amazon Soundcloud Deezer Primary instrumentation used to create the… Continue Reading


Circuits (Music Video)

Circuits is an orchestral piece about building from the quietest to the loudest and back again in order to explore the dynamic range between soft and hard.  Circuits – Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from the album, Circuits. Available here: Bandcamp Spotify Apple Music & iTunes YouTube Amazon Soundcloud Deezer Primary instrumentation… Continue Reading


To the Lighthouse

Iceland really does have a lot of lighthouses and I have visited a lot of them. My wife has a rather snazzy collection of T-shirts featuring 1st edition book covers. As we toured Iceland I became quite enamoured with her T-shirt of Virginia Woolf’s book, To the Lighthouse. The more I thought about the book,… Continue Reading


In Winter, I Collapse

People sometimes assume that Iceland is covered in snow and ice all year round because of its name. Depending on where you are, this isn’t the case for most of the year. However when the winter does come, the snow and ice often come in abundance and it’s cold and dark for most of the… Continue Reading


Morning Frost

In the morning when the sun rises and the darkness retreats the ice from the morning frost has often staked its claim to the land, albeit usually temporarily. Morning Frost – Instrumental Ambient Music Video, featuring the beautiful landscapes of Iceland. Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from the album, To the Lighthouse.… Continue Reading


Field of View

Someone once told me that that Icelanders say, ‘You see the land’ in Iceland because there aren’t all that many trees, and so you can always see the landscapes wherever you are. Field of View – Instrumental Ambient Music Video, featuring the beautiful landscapes of Iceland. Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from… Continue Reading


There’s a Storm Coming In

In Iceland the weather can change very quickly and can go from beautiful sunshine to a rainstorm and back again in a matter of minutes. There is a saying in Iceland, ‘If you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes!’ and I feel I fully understand that now. There’s a Storm Coming In –… Continue Reading