homage to the mega drive/genesis game [more inside]
more scattershot electro. a deliberate "track 1". [more inside]
optimistic down-tempo instrumental hip hop beats and synth-strings [more inside]
a bit of an experiment. old. a series of mostly-drumless electronic vignettes.
optimistic disposable electo-ditty [more inside]
ming's theme [more inside]
make some noisette! [more inside]
broken beats and emo synths
more synth-laden breakbeat - quite fruity in places [more inside]
Another swing at this old folk song. My first effort with 2x Korg DS-10s.
A birthday present for my girlfriend a year or two ago. [more inside]
Something a bit shorter and more polished with the Korg DS-10 Nintendo DS synth.
My Korg DS-10 Synthesizer arrived yesterday so I took it and my Nintendo DS to Wilson's Hill to play. [more inside]
An upbeat synthy breaksy tune. The final version of what previously sounded like this, but with samples stripped out for a cleaner effect.
Found on the same CD as the last tune I uploaded, this is a forgotten remix to what I guess is one of my main tunes (I'll upload that later by way of comparison). I actually prefer this version now, though the strings at the end are laid on a bit thick.
Found this on an old CD, but it's about as good as anything else I've done so I'm sticking it out there. A simple, upbeat jungle-technoy thing with layered breakbeats and a nasty synth lead dominating the second half.
1. of or pertaining to the mind. 2. originating in or apprehended by the reason. The first completed track of a new Lestrade collection called Flights of Theory.
Rob da Bank played this on his Radio 1 show in 2005, so it's my most successful track by a factor of about 1,000,000. I hope you like it.
Plinky plunky pianoky. Lestrade.
Sometimes breaks, samples and dirty synths are reason enough. Lestrade.
Nice to interpret Godspeed You Black Emperor! electronically - exciting! Thought it'd be fun to close my first gig with a climactic cover version, so I prepared this. Though I don't think anyone spotted it was a cover, it went down a treat. By Lestrade.
I've produced a few versions of this track, but this one, the eldest, is still my favourite for the skyward tangent just after the three minute mark. A Lestrade recording.