Reactive Sabbatical

As you may have noticed, Reactive Reports has been somewhat less active than it was during its golden years, 1999 to 2009. I am still writing lots about chemistry and science in general, but updating the various blogs and websites where there is no longer a commissioning editor, as it were, has had to take a backseat in preference to the writing that pays the bills in order to allow me to indulge my other creative passions – music and photography.

I’ve always used some of my own photos where I could to illustrate blogs, news and features and websites, you can see some of my recent albums via my flickr pages. During the last year or so I have been fine-tuning (hahah) my songwriting and production skills to put together an eclectic collection of originals, some acoustic and folky, some electric and indie, a few funky, and one a bit long and proggy. Anyway, the fruits of that musical labour are now available from the usual online musical outlets – iTunes, amazon mp3, Google Play, BandCamp etc and should also be on Spotify, Deezer, Rdio and Beats by the time you read this. I use the pseudonym “sciencebass” as there’s another artist by the name of David Bradley on the scene.

amazon-mp3 itunes-logo google-playbandcamp-logo