An album of beats and pieces
Released June 2017 on CD and digital
The Decibel Kid's second full-length album Montag was released on Friday 16 June 2017. The CD comes with an 8-page booklet featuring analogue film photos taken by the artist in Copenhagen, Sicily, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Montag is a ten-track album of entirely new music composed during the first six months of 2017. It combines analogue elements such as jazz and funk drumming, guitar and found-sounds with electronic synths, sequences and effects. The album also includes vocal contributions from Jayd Amber Green, Flavian Capes, Piers Harrison-Reid and Bessie Turner. The album has been mastered by Craig Shimmon, whose work includes "NIGHT/LIFE" by Sorrdes (FKA Deadpoole).

Montag can be purchased on CD from BandCamp Or streamed in full via YouTube, SoundCloud or Spotify. Or purchased digitally from iTunes and Google Play
The Decibel Kid
The Decibel Kid lives in Ipswich, Suffolk. He originally hails from the Yorkshire Coast and gained a musical education while studying physics at university in Hull. He's influenced by a wide range of audio inputs including folk, poetry, electronica, jazz, funk and everyday rhythms such as trains and escalators. Current contemporary musical influences include Four Tet, Tokimonsta, GAS alongside instumental hip hop and trip hop.

The Decibel Kid directed a music video for Oil by Rock-Pop band SuperGlu in 2016, and has produced several videos for Getonthe SoapBox Events. He is the artist behind the 2013 Switch Fringe Ipswich Zelda Map and also curates Ipswich’s semi-regular Switch Hop nights, which began in 2012 and promotes Live Electronica, Experimental Music and Arty Nonsense. He has a wife, two children and a worrying number of spinach plants.

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Video : Blue Didn't Matter
Ft. Suffolk poet Jayd Amber Green, who's poem "Astronomy" I sampled while making the track. From the album "Montag"
Video : Haze
Reworking of "Hazel" from the album "Move it in Sections"
Move It In Sections
Twelve Track Album
Released October 2014 on CD and digital
Move It In Sections is the debut album by The Decibel Kid featuring twelve tracks produced during the summer months of 2014, its influences range from Instrumental Hip Hop, classic Trip Hop and Jazz through to found-sound ambience, clicks and loops. The album was initially sketched out on a battered laptop during and between trips to Berlin, Latitude Festival, Harlequin Fayre, the SoapBox stage at Folk East, Camping and the Yorkshire Coast. These component parts were then collected together and mastered in The Decibel Kid's own studio in Ipswich.

Move It In Sections can be purchased on CD from BandCamp and it comes with four switchable front-covers. All twelve tracks have individually produced videos, which can be viewed on YouTube. The album can also be purchased digitally from iTunes and Google Play