So, I have also created a new website where details of upcoming events, schedules, releases will be available. There is also a section of stuff to download for free  -  more coming! 

Please have a look - HERE


Okay, so I was busy this summer laying down a series of spoken word tracks. I released "iPadded Cell" about a month ago and will release "Learning to Live And Die" in the coming week. 

iPadded Cell contains a selection of rants/songs/tunes/poetry with audio backing. There are over twenty tracks on this release, so please go have a listen to the samples on the Bandcamp page and if you'd like to own a copy it is available for a nominal fee. 

There is a lot more waiting in the pipeline, including cacophonies of noise and voice, strange soundscapes and my usual unswerving lyrics. 

I am also directing people to my new website


Radio Wildfire

Tonight (6th July 2015) Radio Wildfire play a track from "In The Fine Night We Marched", entitled "The Fierce Cross". 8pm.

In The Fine Night We Marched

At last! Well overdue - but I finally found time to complete this wee project. 23 tracks ambient style drone and atmosphere with lyrics/spoken word. 

The work was inspired by a trek I made in 2013 from the Pyrenees to Fisterra - some 900km - along the Via Franca, one of the old 'pilgrim' routes to Santiago Del Compostela. 

Along the way the notes I salvaged became this. It is an attempt to convey the experience and the resulting state-of-mind in a poetic and evocative fashion. For any of you out there that have walked the route much will be familiar, for those who haven't I hope it provides inspiration. 

Please follow the link to my Bandcamp page


So a while back I did a few tracks with Audiothrillseeker - the guy's incredible... anyway, I digress - the tracks will be available for a small fee on Bandcamp  

- links forthcoming - 

However, with insight and wisdom ATS sent our tracks to a radio show run and 
curated by Zaph Mann 

The show is available at the following links and if you are looking for a music driven production which showcases a diverse variety of music then this one is for you. I've listen to a lot of radio shows and podcasts but find it hard to find that rarest of gems  - one fundamentally driven by musical content, well here you go.



So it appears Doghorn Publishing are in hiatus... my contact with them has been sporadic to say the least since 2013. Lots of promises were made, little was forthcoming. 
However The Wolf Stepped Out is still available at the link below. If you have any problems with the link please let me know, here, or at my email. 

'Here's an author, like Dante, equally at home in Heaven and Hell. It's incredible to relate, but Dave Migman evokes the Scottish countryside's loveliness with power sufficient to counterbalance the harrowing urban hideosities and the gargoyles who leave slime trails on the cobblestones.' —nth position. 'As you might expect the portrait of a life that Migman paints is relentlessly dark and unsettling. And yet it is leavened also by a kind of brutal poetry. The prose may be grim, but it is beautifully, glisteningly grim. Migman alternates between complex, keen and lucid descriptions and complete up-front baseness.' —Neon Magazine