Snowdune Music

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

Featured Songs

People Don’t Like Hell! feat Mark Driscoll

Controversial Pastor Mark Driscoll set to music. A powerful combination. A synth based track showcasing the voice of American pastor, Mark Driscoll on the subject of Hell. I found a recording of one of his sermons released on the internet under an open licence encouraging people to circulate it. I’m unsure if he ever expected […]

Feel The Love

This is my latest synth based tune, it’s quite catchy and hopefully uplifting. As usual I’ve written, played, mixed and produced everything myself. I’ve done the vocals myself but disguised by a Vocoder. Note my vocals are just a rough idea to how the song is sung and would sound substantially better with a proper […]

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 […]

Crazy People Feat. Danny Lowe Bri Littlehales & Mick Brears

This is a new song which started off as a track called “I Don’t Know What’s Real Any More”, I was never happy with the last half of this track so I completely re-wrote the last half and created a chorus. I also added a spoof rap for a joke – but everyone who heard […]

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 […]

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