Since 2005, I've written, recorded, produced and distributed hundreds of songs under many different monikers. Most of my earlier material was released for free, but I've created a Spotify playlist of my commercial releases below. They're also available on iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay and most other online music platforms.
From 2006 to 2013 I produced music under the name of Superpowerless. The music was a mixture of Pop Punk and the sounds of retro video game systems. Using a Commodore 64, NES and Circuit-Bent Gameboys, I created retro sounding game music (chiptune), combined with guitar parts and vocals.
I rapidly grew an online presence by covering and remixing popular songs. I then assembled a live backing band of my musician friends in order to perform my songs live at gigs and conventions around the UK.
Over the duration of this project, I remixed and performed with various successful artists, recorded hundreds of songs and played at many venues all across the UK.
In 2009, I won an MTV/Vodafone competition called Fast Track. The prize was a professionally recorded music video and studio time to record an EP. The music video was then aired in rotation on MTV in 29 countries.
Mr. Weebl Live Band
In 2014, I performed live on stage with Mr. Weebl as part of his live band at Summer in The City, which is the UK's largest YouTube convention for creators, fans and brands.
I wore sunglasses indoors, the international symbol of cool, and played the keyboard so hard that it swooned off of the stand and onto the floor. Good times.