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From drawings scetched out by hand in a bored state of mind, to digital works of art crafted over months, I have uploaded a ton of both past and present projects to show you what I’ve been messing with over the years.
Please understand that some of this is pretty ‘off-the-wall’ and sometimes completely weird — but that’s my style! I like dark and grime themes, nothing too gothic though… Well, I’m sure you’ll find out once you hit this page.
Is another hobby that’s been with me for years. Here you can play old practice sets I compiled for online radio shows or nights out I’ve played at, and you can also find some turntable scratching sessions if you dig deep enough!
Of course, I also have more recent tracks I’ve produced as well as collaborations between other artists in the genre I create music under (mostly Drum’n'Bass, Jungle & Dupstep). There are also many free samples available here.
Everything I’ve dabbled with visually, including home movies and random animations I’ve created. Signatures and avatars I’ve created for use on a number of different online communities are also gathered within this part of the site.
Like with most stuff I’ve added to this website, I clearly detail what I use to create the content you see here, and also sometimes I even try my best to give clear descriptions of why I recommend using them for your own projects!