Secret ingredient for creativity No. 1

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I first came across Brian Eno’s “Oblique Strategies” back in 1999. I was about to go travelling with work and I was gathering together material to keep me from boredom on the plane. At the time I was not a music professional, but I was a musician and I was discovering just how much of a hand Brian had in the recordings I loved.


As a kid I was big into drawing and painting. I loved creating something from nothing.  I found the immediacy of it, the ability to create something from nothing in 10 or 15 minutes, immensely enjoyable and rewarding. Continue reading

Michael Gormley’s short video clips – mixing Guts For Glory

As well as being an amazing musician, Michael is also a deadly photographer [check out his Instagram feed] and shoots the occasional video.

Like this little thing 🙂


Head on over to his Facebook page for more videos and updates.

Another day in the studio with Pete Meighan mixing Guts for Glory, were on the final stretch, couldn't be happier with the results!!!

Posted by Michael Gormley on Thursday, September 17, 2015