TX108 primarily plays original electronic and alternative tracks, all written and produced by the performer. In addition some beautiful dance provoking trance music is also added to the mix to ensure the audience gets a good all round memorable electronic music experience. The style of music is best understood by listening to the tracks through the links provided.
Want a longer gig ? No problem, TX108 will cater to your special function's needs - whether it be extending the night with booming trance tracks, or just extending the original tracks to give the audience a unique all-original night of alternative electronic music. TX108 will provide.
Richard Blomfield is an original musician with over 30 years experience. He was a cathedral organist at the age of 14 and was the keyboard man in various bands in the 80s and 90s. More recently he has taken to writing his own electronic music. The style is unique and in many cases quite unusual. Listen to his work and lose yourself in crystal clear sounds layered and un-layered. For me his music is like a thunderbolt in taco sauce .... but you will want to make up your own mind. His newer works are set to please a large audience.
John Armstrong, former Band Manager.
At one of Australia's most remote medical clinics, nurse Richard Blomfield spends his days treating patients for a range of ailments..... But as darkness settles, Mr Blomfield's mind fills with a set of sounds not usually heard in the bush. As he puts on his headphones, he becomes immersed in electronica. "Maybe to do some work with others, I'd like to offer myself as a support act for rock bands going around the world."
Ash Moore and Blythe Moore
Paging Future Classic, if your A&R guys are on the lookout for the next Flume, we may have just found him in the most unlikeliest of places. His name is Richard Blomfield, he’s a professional nurse, and he knows how to make a banger. An English expat, lives in the far-western Queensland town of Bedourie where he works at one of Australia’s most remote medical clinics.
“For most of my life I’ve been playing around with music,” he said. “I’ve been blessed to be born into a slightly musical family, and I’ve enjoyed doing my own projects over the years — either on my own or with other people.”
He’s not slack, either. Since arriving in Bedourie less than a year ago, he’s completed three self-produced and self-released albums. So what do his productions sound like? Well, you can check ’em out for yourself ..... There’s definite shades of early Chemical Brothers and The Crystal Method in there.
“In terms of ambitions… I’m just going to stay in the creative flow of things and hopefully it’ll open up some doors and opportunities,” Richard said.