I've been composing electronica since 1997, under the ISDS moniker from 1998 to 2002 and as Is Does from 2004 to 5.
The sound's best described as 'eclectic', but fans of intelligent techno, ambient or electronica as a whole might be in luck. Some influences, not necessarily all audible: Aphex Twin, Syd Barrett, the Beta Band, the Fiery Furnaces, Orbital, Plaid, Plone, the Super Furry Animals and Yes.
is does (2004-5)
My last 'serious' musical project, mashing up into song form whatever noises take my fancy.
A Cold Coming (2005)
My moniker when mp3.com was still a viable distribution channel. Pocket electronica, closest to Plaid and Aphex Twin.
Soft Fade (2001)
A few samples of my early, FSOL-influenced music.
I found out about these in 2003, and haven't stopped doing them since, either alone or in collaboration.
Solid Oswald's Hot Lemony Drink (21/11/2005)
with Brian Lenth
Is Does - Gasman Came Early (9/7/2005)
Circus of Towels - Bulb (15/6/2005)
with Chris Cawthorn, Elliot Fairweather, Mike Hepworth and Julian Pulman
Room 39 (14/11/2004)
with Matt Tantony
This Machine Does Not Accept Money (19/8/2003)
Am Aural Drooling (18/7/2003)
These fell short of the 20 minute mark.
Untitled (AAD6) (25/7/2004)
Bee Interfaces (21/6/2004)
Untitled (AAD4) (30/3/2004)
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