After 18 years as an electronic musician under another guise, I finally decided to create a project that allows me to break away from some of the conventions that I use elsewhere. Museleon gives me a platform to write and produce a wider range of electronic music – I use a variety of field recordings, found sounds and hardware. I’ve always been interested in how sound can morph into beautiful complex patterns of sound and noise with the minimal use of tech and processing. It’s the ‘small sounds’, anomalies, mistakes and the sounds ‘between’ that catch my ear. Many of the pieces I create are based on memories, images, my own photography and things that catch my eye, which all act as a type of graphic score and increasingly I have referred to my music as Sound Pictures. The majority of the music is created to be listened via headphones to get the full effect.