DISCOGRAPHY

Travis' latest EP,  'Dusty Notes', is a collection of forgotten electronic projects only to be found on an old hard drive.  Combining vintage style analogue synthesisers, drum machines and old samples from his ever growing vinyl collection; this album aims to capture the imperfections and nostalgia that vinyl records and tape cassettes hold.

 

Tracks like 'dusty notes', 'Turbocharger' and 'Il Canal Grande' take influence from hiphop artists such as J Dilla and modern jazz musicians like Jacob Collier. 'Tryin' To Be Funky' on the other hand takes the hiphop genre further by using classic breaks from vintage soul and funk records, giving a nod to famous soul singers and performers of the past. 'The Eternal Dreamer' takes a look at the Synthwave genre, a style of electronic music that takes influence from Georgio Moroder and the sound of the 80s. His take on EDM with 'Give Music A Chance'; a tribute to his favourite fusion musicians like George Duke  and Stanley Clarke (who are even sampled in the track).

The EP is now available for streaming on Spotify.

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This album was a University project that retold the true story of a 600 mile journey across Alaska in the winter of 1925. Sled dogs were chosen to travel from Nome to Nenana to collect medicine to cure patients in the town of Nome from an outbreak of Diphtheria.

 

A musher named Leonard Seppala was chosen to bring back the medicine from Nenana. Unfortunately, temperatures were dropping rapidly and Seppala's team got horribly lost on the Yukon River. Gunnar Kaasen and his lead dog Balto were chosen to rescue the team and brought back the cargo to the struggling town. Balto became so famous that he later had a statue made of him in Central Park, New York City. The story has even been adapted to books, TV and animation.

 

'Endurance. Fidelity. Intelligence.' however aims to retell the story faithfully for those who seek adventure.

The album is now available for streaming on Spotify.

In 2017, Travis decided to create an EP based on John Steinbeck's 'Of Mice And Men'. 

Travis' favourite novel tells the story about two friends, George and Lennie, in the Great Depression. In a world full of discrimination, racism, poverty and violence, They've got nothing but each other.

Travis' look on the story is somewhat relatable as one of the main characters has learning difficulties. Travis feels like he's captured the torment that Lennie goes through perfectly through the soundtrack and intense sound design.

Overall, the album is not only a look on the harsh conditions of The Great Depression; it's also a look on the human condition.

The album is now available for streaming on Spotify.

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