Snowdune Music


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


Featured Songs

I Don’t Know What’s Real Any More

This was a demo which I ended up completely changing. It was reborn as Crazy People. The first half is still similar, but I’ve removed most of the vocal samples which I was never happy with and those I kept in I completely changed the sound of with effects. Most importantly I completely changed the […]

Bouncy Bouncy

This track is aptly named. You know it isn’t going to be serious but hopefully have expectations of something bouncy and happy. It reminds me of the computer game tunes of the 80s, the type of tune that often accompanied platform games which could stand repeating over and over again. It might fit into 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 […]

Feel The Rhythm of the Bassline

This is my latest track featuring me on on slap bass and vocals (processed by Vocoder). I play everything else you can hear on keyboards and all percussion created in midi. I will probably do more work on it later to get it ready to add it to my d├ębut album.

Hard Butter “Single” Mix

Hard Butter is another one of my solo dance tunes. It’s taken from my 8 minute dance instrumental Hard Butter which I’ve decided to cut up and make at least two different tracks from. This is the first. It’s essentially the first 3 minutes of the original extended version but completely reworked, and with completely […]

ChillDance

ChillDance is an instrumental track starting out nice and chilled and moving into funky dance territory with the help of some funky guitar by Bri. It was the track I used to create my Wanna be Known – Snowdune remix. The opening keyboards where inspired by a chord progression my brother played on piano which […]

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