Two films below: the first is an excerpt from the performance I did at the Black Hather Club a couple of weeks ago, and the second I've created to accompany my piece tightrope walker which was premiered in November. Enjoy!
I've contributed a new track to the latest project form Cities and Memory, which is online now.
Sacred Spaces reimagines field recordings made in churches, temples, and other sacred spaces around the world.
My track, "Prayer and Void", is based on a recording made in Southwark Catherdral by Maria Papadomanolaki.
You can hear my version and the original below, and the whole poject is avaiable at the Cities and Memory site.
I've made a new album. It's a one-take, no overdubs guitar recording. The title's a riff on Woody Guthrie's famous slogan,"This machine kills fascists" which was written on his guitar. We seem to be living in a very dangerous and frightening time and music seems an inadequate response, but we have to work with whatever tools we have.
Stream or download here.
tightrope walker is a new work for voice and ensemble. I'm very excited that it will receive its premiere at Parallax08 on 2 December at Blackheath Halls.
I'll be appearing on Tuesday 27 September at the Horse Improv Club.
I'll be playing in a trio with two fine musicians: Tansy Spinks and Rahel Kraft.
It's all happening at I'Klectik Art Lab near Waterloo: Old Paradise Yard 20 Carlisle Lane, SE1 7LG
Doors at 8pm.
Come on down, and also check out the Horse's lineuop for the rest of the autumn, therey've got a lot of fantastic people playing.
I've contributed a new track to the latest Cities and Memory project, The Next Station.
Ozymandias is based on a field recording taken on the Emirates Air Line in North Greenwich.
I'll be playing this Sunday, 12 June at the Black Heather Club as part of a performance of Quasi-Mode III by Paul Rutherford. Loads of fantastic musicians playing (and me), all hosted by Max Reinhardt of R3's Late Junction.
Sunday 12 June, 7.30pm
(pre-show event at 6pm)
Blackheath Halls, SE3 9RQ
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