Cephlon (Previously known as Audio Cephlon) is the Australian musical entity that uses his love of science fiction and atmospheric indie and electronic bands, like the Cocteau Twins, Kate Bush, The Blue Nile, FSOL, Orb to name just a few, as the inspiration to create melodic ambient electronica, which is also known by that horrible acronym, IDM.
First released in 1998 on Divination Music's Black Paradigm CD with his Calx track, it wasn't until three years later that Audio Cephlon made a much greater impact on the Australian Electronica scene. In response to sending out a few demos, Sydney-based label Clan Analogue offered Audio Cephlon a spot on their locked groove vinyl release and its Clan Recordable compilation. Since then, Audio Cephlon has had a steady stream of releases.
In 2002, Audio Cephlon released the Aether compilation on his Kieper Records label launched at Perth’s long established Aesoteric night, receiving positive praise from Perth’s street press. In 2004, Greg released the Aether 2 compilation through Kieper Records, this was followed by the third and final release, a feature length album by Perth artist Jaek. In the same year, Greg moved away from the Australian scene and began releasing on net labels based in the UK, Europe and Mexico such has Kahvi, Universal Cooler Records and Abolipop Records.
In late 2007, Greg dropped the 'Audio' part of his moniker and become Cephlon scoring releases on the Germany net label Kreislauf, the France-based Fresh Poulp Records and the Mexican based Breathe series of net compilations.