Snowdune Music


Sheffield / Rotherham (UK) based musician writing and producing diverse music


Featured Songs

OK Cafe

OK Cafe has been played on BBC Radio This song has a retro feel, it’s quirky and dancy. It makes me want to do silly dances such as in Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me. I can see mini-skirted girls with long sexy boots doing those great 60s dance moves to it. Originally a […]

Hard Butter (Extended Version)

Currently available free to download Here is an extended mix and reworking of my track hard Butter (Single mix) which is within my synth instrumental style. This version is substantially different to my original. Play it loud and let yourself go. It has a few elements of trance though definitely not standard trance. The music […]

Snowdune – Another World

Rock instrumental. A mini film where you provide the images. An epic musical journey in which the listener can hopefully be the main protagonist battling an alien force and flying back to earth to feel to the relief and tranquillity of flying past a beautiful beach on the way home. All instruments by Snowdune except […]

Here We Go Now – Ballroom / Spaghetti Western mix

This is a reworking and remix of the quirky OK Cafe track by me and Mick Briers with lots of new bits and a complete remix. We removed all vocals apart from the “Here we go now” sections and created an almost “ballroom” remix that they could dance to on Strictly Come Dancing. We thought […]

The (Red) Rain Pours Down on Me – Snowdune Remix

When I first heard the original of this song by Rotherham band The Carnival Of Thieves I thought it had something magic about it. Very evocative, with great lyrics, story, and fantastic vocals by Aubrey Mirfin. This is a love song set in 1944 Berlin during World War II between an English spy and a […]

Balance Check

This is the longest I’ve ever worked on a piece of music, on and off for about 10 years. It was one of the first tunes I ever started and it was inspired by playing about with several stock sounds and drum loops from Reason and Rebirth. It was always a progressive track moving on […]