Music for Release
I have been releasing my own music since 2001 on labels such as Memphis Industries and Grand Central Records (deceased). I now release as much of my work as I can (including any soundtracks I work on) on my own digital label ODS Recordings. All available on iTunes, Spotify et ‘al.
If anyone is interested in obtaining FLACS of my music, let me know by email or comments as I’m thinking about making them ALL available here.
Here’s a list of my released music by album, by most recently released.
Flickan (The Girl) Original Soundtrack (2009 ODS Recordings)
Music from the film (see link above) featuring Matthew Bourne on piano and cello.
Minimal pianos, crusty intimate strings and analogue synths were the vibe for the music to this truly lovely film.
Better Things Original Soundtrack (2009 ODS Recordings)
Here I Always Somewhere Else – The Life of Bas Jan Ader Original Soundtrack
(2009 ODS Recordings)
Also available on DVD here.
One Divided Soul (2008 ODS Recordings)
“Like most fans of his first three records, I am happy to see the worthy One Divided Soul take its place in my collection alongside those amazing efforts.” Pop Matters
In Finite (ODS Recordings 2007) (originally released by Grand Central Recordings 2005)
“Berridge’s music still carries that ability to make you feel something. And that’s worth seeking out.” BBC
“In Finite is a remarkable album of unsurpassed beauty.” XLR8R
“..hypnotic and frequently thrilling” Q
The Vessel (Memphis Industries 2003)
“Dan Berridge’s darkly magnificent sampledelica gets a new twist….. their opulent, romantic noise is as emotionally compelling as ever”. BBC Collective 9/10
“From the word go it’ll blow you away. Dan Berridge is one of our generations finest leftfield musical talents. Believe people….believe” IDJ 5/5
Compassion (2000 Memphis Industries)
“One of the best albums in the last 10 years. Essential.” BBC
‘A masterpiece of electronic melancholy, suffused with feverish creativity… a hallucinogenic jazz dub ache for the state of the world in which we are all utterly, utterly alone’ 8/10 NME