|Apollo 11||Tom WADE Shepherd||03:00|
|Between Heaven & Earth, Pt. 1||Tom WADE Shepherd, Esther Adam, Mihály Petra||06:22|
|The Mission||Tom WADE Shepherd||05:34|
|Statio Tranquilitatis, Pt. 1||Tom WADE Shepherd, Mihály Petra||04:00|
|Star Lights||Tom WADE Shepherd||03:10|
|On the Moon||Tom WADE Shepherd||07:15|
Artist and producer Tom WADE Shepherd started to create electronic music, compose music and release albums in 1998. Making music, which started off as a hobby for him, has by now resulted in his releasing several songs and successful albums. His music merges everything from the oldest school of electronic music to the most ultramodern of this genre, and sometimes it is also mixed with elements of classical music. His first more significant album is entitled God Created, and his next album Apollo 11, was created for the anniversary of landing on the Moon. This cosmic album also aims to encapsulate man’s return to God, his inner sense of lack and homesickness in a new, musical form. This futuristic musical work – with its modern and youthful style – makes the conquest of the Moon and the stars a tangible experience not only for those interested in space research but for others as well. In 2020 he released the album The Hungarian First Man, which commemorates the Hungarian astronaut Bertalan Farkas and the 40th anniversary of Hungarian space travel. Its main aim is to make Hungary known for other nations. The album is a historic one, it focuses on significant events and intends to describe the first Hungarian space flight. With his last song, the composer remembers those who lost their lives to space exploration and also the prodigal sons, whose father still expects them to return home. The track „Bedtime stories” also commemorates the excellent Hungarian tale writer and poet István Csukás (1936-2020). On the last two „space” albums (Apollo 11, The Hungaran First Man) the events of conquering space, completing the missions, the vulnerability of human life and the experiences of the astronauts are all expressed in the language of progressive electronic music. The album Chronos And Kairos pours "time" into artistic, musical form. Because time is one of the most interesting things. It is subjective and objective at the same time. It is past and it will be. We recall the past, research it, we plan the future and try to predict what is to come. Time is the shortest in the present. As soon as we grab it, it disappears... The musician continually works in the studio on new ideas and as a result of that new singles have recently been released by the titles Robots At Work, Dance With Me, 80s, C64, Hoofddoorp, and Electricity.