I began teaching myself how to make music about 16 years ago and I've been doing it ever since, everyday trying to further my knowledge and understanding of music theory and song structure. My style has gone through numerous alterations over the years, however I've maintained the same distinctive sound that I like to think is all my own.
My music is electronic-based, mostly maintaining the feel of breakbeat and Big Beat tracks, but that's certainly not all I have to offer. I'm always experimenting with different styles such as epic film scores, orchestrated pieces and various Trance, House and more ambient numbers.
As far as credits go, I've had my tracks featured in a UK indie surfing film called Seven Stops, and an album's worth of my songs were used in two of my college's Arts and Media Festivals. I've also composed original scores for several student films and had multiple songs picked up by major cable companies.
Satori System is Electronica-based, mostly maintaining the feel of Breakbeat and Big Beat tracks, but always experimenting with different styles such as epic film scores, orchestrated pieces and various Trance, House, dub step and more Ambient/Chill numbers as well.
Satori System is the culmination of 10+ years of music experimentation that began as a simple dabbling of digital synthesizers and became a full-blown hobby. 95% self-taught, 5% books/courses, 100% awesomeness!
Quirky fun and undeniably catchy.