Friday, January 27, 2017

Saturday, March 22, 2014

A Wreath of Stars

A track started in 2012, finished off in 2014


Sunday, February 16, 2014

Galactic Blue

This one has been a long time coming. I started it back in July 2012 and then went off onto other projects and then completed it in 2013. Following the upgrade to the new PC I've completed the final mixing and at last it's published. Hooray!




Saturday, September 28, 2013

Into the Zone


Into the Zone was inspired by the Russian sci-fi book "Roadside Picnic" and the subsequent film "Stalker". The core premise is that aliens land on earth and after a few days take off again. No one sees them or has any contact. But they leave behind in the "zones" mysterious artifacts that appear "magic". As the book says it's as if ants discover the remains of a roadside picnic.
 

The track ends with the sound of a stream, birds and the wind blowing through leaves. Nature always wins out. Over man or even super advanced aliens.

Listen to Into the Zone here  

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Beyond

Released this on Soundclound a while back.
 
Listen via the link below


Beyond


Saturday, June 15, 2013

Galactic Running Wave





























I was going for a particular sound for this slice of hazy "Kosmiche musik" and I think I more or less got it. Aparently there are huge clouds of stellar dust just waiting for some galactic shock wave to start the ignition process. Above are the "three pillars of creation".


So anyway the music is on my usual page

 http://www.soundclick.com/markgriffiths

Monday, March 25, 2013

What I did on my holidays and a brief meditation on mortality


"Please exit via the gift shop" was a frequently signed request on our trips round various tourist destinations last year.

It soon became my personal mantra, particularly as I realised don't we all at one time exit through the gift shop?

It became the obvious title for this hotch potch piece, partly because of the environmental recordings I made at the beach at Bournmouth, from a minature train at Bleinheim and so on that meant for me it captured the spirit of that holiday. 

The other connection was that I used it to try out various little gifts, new bits of equipment or older things I had but had never quite found a place for. All of these were added in, over doing it until I ended up with a sticky sweet mess that you then find stuck down the side of the car seat when the holiday is over. (My wife took the pictures)

Listen to Please Exit through the Gift Shop