Music policy

Poetic & Timeless

Every piece of music I write is intended to be a short story. This is because stories are the most powerful emotional vehicles and allow me to deliver emotions the most effectively.

Shorter ‘beats’ I write borrow concepts from poetry like haikus, where the compact arrangement carries as many ideas as possible.

The sonic and harmonic ideas that I borrow come from pianists like Debussy and Bill Evans, Boom Bap to 

I strive to make my music as timeless as possible, whilst because I want these tracks to transcend boundaries and continue to bring people together from all backgrounds forever.