Nesting Fragments

Nesting Fragments: Pre-Release

child crouching

I am really excited to say that in a couple of weeks I will finally be sharing some music with you all.

This will be the first time I put some of my own productions and compositions online for all to see, and it is fair to say that I am just a tad nervous.

I have been working on this project for a while and have learnt an awful lot whilst creating and finishing it.

Having now condensed all the material down somewhat, and after a difficult decision making process, I have decided to share 6 tracks and 3 poems with you.

The project’s title, as you might have guessed from the title of this post, is ‘Nesting Fragments’, and as the title suggests, it is a fragmented and collage-like project that brings together a selection of snapshots, all of which represent a narrative moment taken from the story of one individual’s life:


I am hoping that you will enjoy Jacob’s story as much as I have enjoyed composing it, and I look forward to hearing what you make of it.

Come the 13th November, you will be able to download all of the poems and music for free from my Bandcamp page.

Before the release date, I will be sharing one or two snippets with you, so keep watching this space.

Also, if you want to hear the whole project before then – get in touch with me and I will add you to the pre-release listeners list… Being on this list will give you access to the whole project before it is fully released.

If you email me at, or alternatively drop me a message using your chosen social media platform, I will give you all the details 🙂

I will be using Bandcamp and Soundcloud as well as this blog to share all my project updates with you, so feel free to have a browse of some old blog posts while you are here.

In the mean time, check out the two sketches that you can see at the top and bottom of this post: these are the drawings that you’ll be seeing on Bandcamp, Twitter, Soundcloud and here on WordPress.

(A huge thanks to Nuria for the drawings!)

Older boy walking?


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