Digital or physical?

You can

listen to tracks for free on this site

download full CD-quality tracks for free (or pay whatever you feel like)

— purchase downloadable tracks from a number of online retailers (links below)


— if you would prefer a personalised, custom CD, or LP, or;

— if you would like the dedicated player, as described below,

please e-mail me directly.

Here’s a lovely review of Binary Dust by Steve Mayall [2003] at

“It often seems as if digital music manufacturers compete to cram the most technology into the lightest, most tiny, pocket device.

So it was refreshing to discover the latest musical release from avant-garde performer and new media veteran Gavin Starks: a musical rock. Starks, who founded Tornado and is now MD of UK digital music services company Consolidated Independent, has embedded a music playback device into a 19kg smooth granite rock, which plays his own compositions when manipulated by optical controls in the stone.

There’s something inspiringly retro-futuristic / stone-age / space-age about the release, which Starks is calling “Binary Dust” and comes under a Creative Commons licence. But proving that Starks is nothing if not forward-thinking, the creator promises that future versions will be solar-powered.”


For digital downloads, you can get tracks from here (if they are still carrying them, it’s been a while);