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From Matthew on Wall
Greets! I born in ’85, i was diagnosed with paranoid schiofrenia in 2004, just the age as Graham. I always loved his tunes, they are so unique and represents my inner battle also. I think i was similar to him, in thinking, “It’s like, 200 hundred channels of Television all on at once and you can’t turn them off, nothing but unwanted noise and thoughts.”, i feel the same but my metaphore is “200 Candles, and u whistle one and two other candle start to fire”. Its bad that i couldn’t have one conversation with him, but since my diagnoses, i’m listening to his music and will always will love his musician style and sounds he used.
Matthew, from hungary.
From matthew greenhalgh on Contact
Still listening in 2017.
From Stefan Genov on Music
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.
From Alexandr on Wall
The story of young genius. His music and biography continues to walk on Earth impressing & modifying minds of many, and Im not an exception.
Rest in peace, Graham.
Russian from cold far Siberia.
From Alchy on Music
Will you please upload his music somewhere? It would be cool to have some links here. Thanks
From Sam on Wall
RIP to one of the greats, forever an inspiration to me.
From Alex on Wall
Im so sad. Hope he have a better life now. Rest in peace Desimal!
From Russia on Wall
Happy birthday, March…
From Padla on Wall
жаль что все так закончилось. Спасибо за after life
From Jokeri90 on Wall
Desimal blew my mind & soul, rest in peace.
From Jokeri90 on Wall
Desimal belongs to one of my favorite artists. He has his own style. REST IN PEACE !!!
From Viktor on Wall
Your soul lives in your music. You have completed your musical mission and I thank you for that. Rest in peace Graham William March!
From StormChild on Wall
Almost 8 years have passed, and Graham is still living in our hearts.
Rest In Peace, Prophet of DnB!
You will never be forgotten!
From asymetriker on Wall
wherever you are, thanks for your music.
From Донецк on Wall
Ukraine and Russia are remembers about Desimal!
Your tracks are deeply entrenched in my heart,Graham!
Thank you for your site!
(sorry for my english)
From centuri on Wall
Desimal, your music was beatiful. Condolences to Seth and entire family. When I will get some money I’m gonna support you and website.
From Viktor on Wall
im not into dnb and i don’t know that much about Graham. But i like some of his tracks, especially hyperboria which is a masterpiece.
I hope he is at peace :)
I am from Sweden by the way.
From on Wall
I listen to his music every day. And they will never forget
From saintek on Wall
Desimal is master of drum and bass. He is big inspiration, he forged his weakness into music and made something really special.
From Ciaran on Wall
Over 7 years after his death, I just recently discovered Graham’s music and I am absolutely amazed. It’s astonishing just how far ahead of his time he was as far as his music goes. His songs from the 2000’s destroy anything that has been made since then, and the genre has had 7 years to age! I can’t imagine what Neurofunk (or all of DnB in general) would be like if he were still around today. He would have changed the genre so much, even more than he already has. It’s a terrible shame what happened, but the world was truly blessed to have him.
RIP, Desimal. You will be missed.
From T-56 on Wall
Celebrated still, long after your life came to a close.
From Juliette on Wall
Still think of you, still miss you, MSD. Your music never stops amazing me. I remember having to pull you off the dance floor during your own set because your track was about to end and you were so into the music you forgot that you were the DJ!
Trying to do what I can to end the stigma against mental illness. Asking for and receiving help is so important. *hugs*
From stibb on Wall
you will never be forgotten. your soul, even if trapped in darkness during life, is one of the finest i’ve ever experienced in music for music is the language of the soul. may your afterlife be in shining light.
From Gyutacs on Wall
For me he was and always will be one of the best electronic composers. I think thare are very few who truly composed electronic music and he was one of them. His music always has a great moving effect on me, and it’s truly unique.
He will be always listened to.
R.I.P. – Nyugodj békében