Coney Island Sound is an experimental project by sound archivist Ewan Gordon that fuses samples of old recordings, junkshop synths, found sounds and acoustic instruments in a folk and electronica influenced mix.

The result is a collage of light hearted cut-and-paste electronic music with a coastal living influence running through it. The debut album Klang!, is released on the Score Draw Music.

Album tracks including Klang!, Nautical By Nature and Introducing Mr Kellogg have picked up plays on BBC national and regional Introducing shows.

Tracks have also featured on specialist shows including Stephen McCauley's BBC Electric Mainline show, Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone on BBC 6 Music and Stuart Bailie's Radio Ulster Show.

Album tracks have also featured on XFM and Resonance FM and have been regularly played on Amazing Radio.

The Lemonade Song was chosen as Lauren Laverne's headphones moment on her BBC6 Music breakfast show.

Ewan is also an avid remixer and a number of remixes have been released digitally and on limited edition 12".

Coney Island Sound tracks and remixes have been placed in a variety of projects from Short Film to Annimation:

Ewan has also composed bespoke music for Short Film and Television.