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From pietek on Wall
Love to you <3 rest in peace.
so much pain in afterlife song
it really change my life
sadly i've discoverd you like year after you died:(
always in my <3
From Maxvader on Wall
Great Man, Great Music, Great Impression!
Rest in Peace!
You left a great Impression to us!
From somestik on Wall
Never forget your music
From somestik on Wall
Rest in Peace
From psy on Wall
Best DnB…deepest condolences…why life is so hard…I cry
Peace from Russia
From Benas on Wall
Unique neurofunk music. Thank You for that.
From peter on Wall
this site is just a great tribute to a true artist. thanks for all the stuff.
peace from germany
From Hok5_ on Wall
My favorite music composer on this planet.
Eternal Sound. Peace from Russia.
From StormChild on Wall
Graham was a TRUE TALENT – it’s sad that I’ve only found His music when He was already gone… ;(( His masterpiece, Afterlife means a lot more in this aspect.
Rest In Peace, Graham, and if there’s really an Afterlife, I hope You’ll reborn with the same music talent, but without the torturing voices in Your head!
StormChild / Hungary
From A listener on Wall
I did not know who Graham March was until 5 or 6 months ago. His love and passion for life was spoken to all of our hearts through his music. Some people say music created by machines has no soul. Graham’s music has a soul. His soul. He will live on forever.
From Jonny on Wall
It was saddening to learn that this absolutely mindblowing artist I had only just discovered months ago won’t be making music or having fruitful internet forum conversations anymore. How much more painful must it have been to lose this, judging from his music, very sensitive and empathetic guy as a friend.
May you be at peace, Graham.
From DJ Max-Strike on Wall
IN MY MIND ARCANA-YOU ALIVE MAN!!!RUSSIA LOVE YOU!!!
From unfa on Wall
I hope they have good D’n’B parties there in Heaven. I hope to get to know you there some day, Graham. You don’t know me, and I only know you by your music, which i found very touching and unique.
Peace be with you, Graham.
– unfa from Poland.
From Basil on Wall
Rest in Peace, friend
I am so sorry that you aren’t alive anymore, but you remain between us with your music
From Denise on Wall
such a big lose, still after 1year I dont wanna belive it. he was such a MAGNIFICENT MUSIC PIONEER , My thoughts go out to his friends and family rest in peace
his music will alwayz be deep seated in my heart
WE MISS U GRAHAM
From Dmitriy on Wall
Awesome music. Beautiful art. Thanks for ur site guys.
Rest in peace Desimal
From Markus on Wall
Hi dear relatives of Desimal,
i just want to express my deepest appreciation for the one like Desimal, whom i believe to be still alive,as his lively music can witness…his legacy, which i consider to be so ahead of his time, will surely inspire so many artists as myself, so i gotta thank him for being there, and for all of you for perpetuating his persona….
From Alex on Wall
a wonderful website that you`ve created here. Thank you for sharing grahams work with us.
wish you well,
From Nick on Wall
I’ve been a fan of dnb for several years now – I’m just listening to one of the tracks that you have up here. It’s fantastic – just thought I’d drop you a line to say so.
From Csaba on Wall
Respect to Graham! He must have been a very good person! His music is fantastic!! Rest in Peace!
From Cruelbuzz on Wall
Desimal there were the most talented producer in the world we it not when shall not forget and always we honour!!!
From LadyChaos on Wall
I just wanted to say that Desimal’s music was touching and absolutely beautiful. I am a producer myself, and I enjoyed learning something new from hearing his music. He will be surely missed. Even two years since his passing, he is still remembered. Just wanted to share my thoughts. God Bless.
From Christian on Wall
Dear Family March,
I have now heared by the great loss by Graham and I was very shocked. I have lost my brother he was also ill from this disease and is died in year 2002 with 27 years. It is a hard and difficult path to understand this.
When I have heard the song “AfterLife” I was impressed by the power and strength in this song. It describes the situation of the disease and it has really helped me to understand the despair. Graham was like my brother a special person and I hope that both have found peace and quiet. The disease is a major burden.
I want to commend my sympathy to your family. Graham remains through his music and art in our hearts and we will never forget him.
From Mike on Wall
Just wanted to drop by and simply share that I thought Graham made some absolutely astonishing music.
I know a lot of people outside of the small drum ‘n bass subculture might have a bit of trouble understanding the depth and complexity and brilliantly creative outlook that existed in his tracks, but they are there fully. There were no words, but Graham fully expressed many emotions and moods through his music. I wish nothing but full sympathy to the March family. I know this has probably been stated many times before, but if there is any good to come out of Graham’s passing, it is that his music has been exposed to a huge amount of people, and many people like myself instantly responded to it and was surprised I had not heard it earlier. In the days after his passing, while I, and many others in the drum ‘n bass community delved into his catalog of music, I was amazed to hear such an odd sense of intimacy to the tracks, I know it sounds odd but sometimes that frantic and spastic beats and synth progressions can reveal a bit about the person engineering them. Graham definitely had a large amount of talent in this field, which was definitely evident in the outpouring of support and respect people showed when news of his passing hit.
In the world of drum ‘n bass where many tracks become dated and/or forgotten quite quickly, so many of Graham’s tracks sound as vibrant and incredible as they did years ago.
I hope if anything, people close to Graham will know that his music was inspiring and impressive to a very large community of people. From the casual listeners such as myself, to those also creating the music (many of whom Graham helped out personally online, etc).