Binary Nebula creates music which passes through an increasingly diverse selection of genres and moods. From edgy downtempo techno, thoughtful ambient soundscapes, to uplifting positive drum n bass. The music is aimed to affect the listener through original and intricate sound.
A Commodore 16 Personal Computer inspired Binary Nebula into creating sound in the mid 1980s. A fascination as a child in the ability to create sound using numbers was enhanced in the mid 1990s with early sound manipulation software like Cooledit and Making Waves.
Overuse of electrickery and headphones listening and manipulating sounds in detail led to a realisation that environmental sound and rhythm around us, whether natural or man made, can trigger an emotional response. From 2000 to the present, the importance of these sounds and rhythms have inspired Binary Nebula to create a more mature and well balanced sound.
Since mid 2004 Binary Nebula have created sounds and music for art exhibitions, websites, educational projects, and film as a part of MACRO Creative House.
I jam a bit...
Artists who have had the greatest influence on Binary Nebula, whether through their own productions, or through DJ sets they have played include:
Carl Craig, Dave Clarke, Plastikman, A Tribe Called Quest, Grooverider, A Guy Called Gerald, Dillinja, Felix Da Housecat, Wendy Carlos, John Williams, Howard Shore, Orbital, Leftfield, Prodigy, Ellis Dee , Slipmatt , Moby amongst
A very nice expensive shotgun MIC (they are worth it!!), drumkit, bass, guitars, home made shakers, PC with Terratec 6fire running stuff.