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From Martin on Wall
I found this website via the Knowledge website. I just wanted to say that as Desimal, Grahams music is so inspiring. I am a huge fan of the labels he has released on, and the tracks he produced couldn’t help but grab my attention; they are just brimming with emotion and confident narrative. I believe that music made with such heart offers a unique insight to that persons soul…outstanding tracks from an outstanding individual, and as long as we have his music, in my humble opinion, that person is never truly gone.
From Anton on Wall
We will never forget him.
His music is his afterlife.
He was a perfectly talented person.
But the greater talent,the bigger price will be paid for it.
I hope, one day we can see him smiling, looking at us from the brake in the clouds.
From Dan on Wall
I’ve just today been linked to this site by a friend of mine after pestering him for his vinyl copy of Afterlife for about 4 years. This track really resonates with me and I absolutely love it so thankyou.
I also work with people every day with people who have a diagnosis of Schziophrenia and this site has given me a glimpse of the human side of them that I don’t get in my working life. Its had quite an effect on me so please continue to do what you do.
Your Son/Brother/Friend was a very talented man
From Tamps on Wall
Hey There! usualy dont listen That kindow Drum n Bass but that is somethink els I just love thows songs !!! :))))
From unkown on Wall
Your music is awesome Graham.
From Damian on Wall
didn’t know Graham, I’d only seen him post on a forum, but I love his music and it was a shock to learn of his passing. Drum’n’bass music lost a lot of pure talent that day. Belated condolences to you guys.
From Rutger on Wall
I just read the news that Graham(desimal)has past away. I am still in shock. I now his music already since it early releases on mp3.com. Always have thought his music was unique in its kind and genious. I just want to express to you that my thought are with you (family, friends and son) and I whish you lots of peace and love in your lifes.
From Göran on Wall
I’m a great fan of Grahams Music, owning several of his DnB releases when they were just in promotion (white label) form.
I too am a sufferer of auditory hallucinosis, to me it was a shock that he made this decision but I can also heavily identify with it.
At times it can be torture, or like now it can be dead silent.
From Chris on Wall
I didn’t know graham personally, its a great loss to the music industry he will be missed, i send my regards to the family.
From Daniel on Wall
I feel sorry with you and the family. I just got acquainted to the work of Desimal a couple of weeks ago. So I don’t know him personal but I admire his work which possible won’t heal your wounds.
From Mat on Wall
I am devastated by the lost of your dear friend Graham…. may he rests in peace.
I love his music, and i feel like i have lost a friend, even if time goes by…..Hope he found the peace, and that he is happy wherever he may be.
From Stash on Wall
Hello! I wish to condole. That does not kill us – does us more strongly! My respect to you for a site and the detailed information. Desimal in our memory, as talented and very unusual musician. Stash, Russia, Moscow
From Páll on Wall
Hy! Very big respect from Budapest! REST IN PEACE Desimal!!!!!!
From Ludovica on Wall
I think Desimal was an expecially person..you can understand this just listening his music..nearly i cry when i listen AFTER LIFE..HE HAS BEEN INCREDIBLE!!!!!!i’ll remember forever the emotions that he succeed togive me!
(excuse me for the english grammar)
Forever with his Ludovica
From DJ Xig on Wall
Thank you very much for putting up an excellent web site! It means so much to see such a great tribute to Graham. Much peace —
DJ Xig ~ UK
From Richard on Wall
I never made any attempt to contact anyone when I heard. I was afraid. Afraid of believing what had come to be. I regret not getting to know him better, for his uninhibited musical expression was something I would have loved to been a part of. I cannot forget the times I did spend with him, and I can’t forgive myself for not spending more time with him.
I myself am now a diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic.
I love you G.March, and will always miss you.
Richard ~ Canada