Sunday, 5 October 2014


Contact mic put through Korg Monotron Delay. Field recordings.

This will hopefully be developed as a dance piece - the dancer, (possibly me) will have the mic attached to the side of their shoe. The score will be generated by the sound of their movements, and future movements predicated on the delay; so a feedback loop, basically. The Korg has the huge advantage, quite apart from the delay unit being great (its got a filter too), it is tiny and very light. This means that it can be worn and the delay time, feedback etc manipulated by the dancer live.


Myself and the Bike Cemetery Big Band from the other year, performing the Sphinx Song. Bad news, those Sphinxes.

Sunday, 13 July 2014


A night drift around Southwark, digging for lost bones and shoes on the beach, paying respects to the unconsecrated dead, piecing together the syntax of lost streets

Thunder tube feedback machine and synthesiser

Friday, 17 January 2014


A piece made for the listening seminar at Goldsmiths on the evening of Tuesday 14 January 2014. It is composed of field and studio recordings, plus some programmed samples. It takes the form of the invocation I have frequently used to begin - to demarcate a space - in my performances, and then goes on a small tour of the underworld.


New vocal piece here:
An homage to the speech patterns of the place I grew up in. Glottals like hawking up phlegm or a kick in the balls, vowels like swinging on a rusty gate and consonants like ravens.