Throughout the years Graham has produced music under many different names: msd, Emisdee, Epidose, Lazarek and Desimal. We’ve grouped the tracks together in a chronological fashion and tweaked some levels for some of the older tracks. We hope you enjoy Graham’s music.

Graham at work





2004 – 2006

  • Fallenman
  • Afterlife
  • Continuum
  • The Guardian
  • Hyperboria
  • Promist
  • Voidwalkers
  • Zero Searcher
  • Time Control



2001 – 2004

  • Sundecay
  • 211
  • Sephialon
  • Specilized Gangsta (EZ-E mix)
  • Zeroform
  • Mantra
  • Ghostrain
  • White Wind (Eternal Silence)
Neo Indignation


Neo Indignation

2001 ~ 2004

  • Circle of Nine
  • Neo Indignation
  • Dragline
  • Armada
  • Sun Destroyer
  • Landmindz
  • Regrowth
  • Earthling
  • The World Will Be Yours



1997 ~ 2001

  • Prelude
  • Motion Break
  • Indignation
  • Upper Four
  • Sun Destroyer
  • Mass
  • Fukt
  • Hards
  • Fire Chant
  • Evangelon
  • Arcanna
  • Acidcore



1997 ~ 2001

  • Sacred
  • Sun Signal
  • Guardian Force
  • Outside World
  • Minds
  • Sonar Voice
  • Overunity
  • Free Dimention
  • Fire Forest
  • All Human Beings Must Perish
  • Timeless
  • Sindrum




  • Time Control
  • Lumescent
  • Lord Of Reflux
  • Spearience
  • The Astral Project
  • Hyperspace
  • Doldrum
  • Flash Evolution
  • Palindrome



1994 ~ 1996

3 Responses to Music

  1. Alchy says:

    Will you please upload his music somewhere? It would be cool to have some links here. Thanks

  2. Stefan Genov says:


    it used to be possible to buy Graham’s music on the old site, but I can’t see any link on this one. Is it still possible to buy it? I love Graham’s music ever since a found it about 2 years ago, looking around forums thread about “the best dnb artist”. A lot of people wrote that Desimal had the most unique sound, and it took me a while to be able to fully understand and feel it, but they were right. He really had one of the most unique sounds this music has ever had. No-one did wrote dnb like him, no-one else has sounded even remotely like him ever since. And that’s they it should be. Anyways, I’d love to buy all the albums he wrote, so please, if you see this get back to me. Thank you.

  3. Matt says:

    I also would like to buy Desimal’s tunes, hopefully the whole back catalogue if possible. One of the DnB greats

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