After being out of music for over a decade, Graeme has come back with a vengeance by fusing a bond of dubstep, techno, and the modern praise movement together into an intricate & unique style. A stay at home dad with 4 kids under the age of 3, when he's not writing on The Pummelo, composing, or doing a little photography, he's doing 16 loads of laundry per week, dishes every day, vacuuming every Tuesday and Thursday, helping his wife earn her second Master's degree, or changing yet another 1 of almost 200 diapers per week.
Growing up with The Prodigy and loving every minute of it, Graeme has always felt that the Christian music scene has been overlooking an opportunity to reach out to those who love the genre/platform that electronic music, dubstep, and techno/trance not with Bible thumping "You're going to rot in hell" lyrics, but with an authentic, individualized faith. The lyrics in his songs come straight from his experiences working with troubled youth, from his soul, and from being a father to so many toddler.
Graeme became a Christian at the age of 15 at his folks' kitchen table - not a very exciting testimony. He experienced, however, what many believers experience when it comes to the Christian faith: an expectation of conformity under threat of expulsion. He believes that faith is more than that and hopes to transcribe that into the lyrics of the songs he writes.
"Christianity is supposed to be about love, compassion, and acceptance of each person just as they are," says Graeme. "I might not be the perfect ambassador, but I need to do my part the best way I can to show a hurting world that there are open arms awaiting them somewhere."