Links are all to Spotify, but each of these is available on every music listening platform. They are presented in chronological order.

My first album, originally released in 2017 (I believe). This is a remaster I did in 2018, trying to address some flaws in the original. Tom Maxwell co-wrote and co-produced a few of the songs with me. See the “Davis Mix” of this album below for what I consider to be the definitive version.
My second album, a collaboration with Emelie Flower. I finally worked up the gaul to cover Bowie’s Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing Reprise from Diamond Dogs.
My third album, a collection of instrumental music designed to set the mood for tabletop gaming scenarios.
This is the score I wrote for a live radio drama adaptation, written and directed by Russell McGee, of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in celebration of its 200th anniversary.
In 2019, I decided to create fresh mixes of my first album. To me, this is the definitive version of the album.
A piece of music I wrote for Starbase 118, a play-by-email RPG I participate in. This was “performed” by several of the characters in an ensemble.
I wrote this piece to commemorate a landmark experience of love and joy, standing out in the rural field on a cool, clear night as an endless string of military planes flew high overhead in groups of 6. It was a strange combination, and one that I wanted to preserve.
This represents my first foray into a new production aesthetic I’m experimenting with, combining elements of psychedelia, synthpop and chamber pop. Bowie’s “Space Oddity” (you know, Ground Control to Major Tom…) is the first song I ever connected with emotionally. I was about 5, and I liked how sad and lonesome it was.