Confusion In Motion


Back in the early 90’s l produced music, generally house, techno and trance and some very experimental forms of music. I believed that the right music in the right environment could not only give you a natural euphoric high but could also be a form of distraction and escapism from the angst of the pressures life throws at us. 

In 2002 l was then diagnosed with an Arnold Chiari Malformation and Syringomyelia which l was to go on and learn would have a big impact on both my mental and physical health. Many years were spent learning coping mechanisms for pain and symptoms of the condition but in 2013/2014 l began setting up a small studio and l finally returned to producing music again in 2015. I found this was the best coping mechanism of all even though the type of music l am now producing is a very different style to back then. Music can take you to a different level but unfortunately the effects music can produce within the body and mind could never be given in tablet form. 

I try not to let my disability rule my life and as difficult as it can be l try to take a positive from each day. Life is about what we can do, however small, not what we can’t. 

Music is my drug..........................

    Children with Cancer Charity             would like to thank
Confusion In Motion
         for donating his song
The Light In The Distance
     I am very grateful to him. is a non-profit, not registered in England and Wales, I raise funds and donate to Registered charity - The Bradley Lowery Foundation Research Fund.