Tom James Parmiter is a 29 year old composer and pianist, born in Kingston upon Thames in Surrey. He made his first forays into music as a drummer in a number of local rock bands before developing his own identity as a musician further and moving into solo composition. In recent years, this has evolved from electronic and synth keyboard playing to being based around the piano – an instrument that is now at the heart of his music. BBC Radio 6 picked up his last work, an experimental debut album entitled Providence (2011) released through independent label Zube Records, and Reprise Music in London acquired the rights to lead single “Kyoto Dreams” – a single and album backed by numerous positive reviews. With a new album of piano-led music entitled Imperfect Symmetry released on June 1st 2014, he was shortlisted for nomination at the AIM Independent Music Awards. At the time of writing he has secured artistic support from Audio Bay Management with his back catalogue to enter their publishing roster, and with an EP of new music coming out in the autumn he is looking for his music to act as the backdrop to a wide variety of artistic ventures.