Firstly, a happy new year to everyone. I’ve decided to create a more manageable mailing list and you can subscribe from the link on the right hand side. The messages on this list will be fairly infrequent and should supplement the material on this site. Equally, not everything on here will make its way onto the mailing list, or at least not immediately. I’m planning … Continue reading Happy new year!
Available from today, and for free, gratis, whatever, if you so choose, is a new work 56 Revealings which was destined for release on cassette but the label ceased operations. The two events are surely unconnected. Anyway, here’s 50 new minutes of music from me across two sides of abstraction. I hope you enjoy it. Separately, I thought I would resurrect some old material and … Continue reading 56 Revealings; and a curiosity from the vaults
I’m very pleased to say that My hands are ten knives is now available from Quiet World. You can listen to the album’s long piece here. The artwork is also slightly updated: Continue reading ‘My hands are ten knives’ now available from Quiet World
There is some new music today. It’s an explanation, of sorts. Download for free if you will. Continue reading Rotting Pentameter
I posted a little piece of music for a very significant birthday yesterday of my great friend, Andrew Paine, one of the most amazing, inspirational people I know. Although I made just a single physical edition of this for him, for those who want to hear the piece, which is called Keys to / Gates of, it’s free to download from this link. Let me … Continue reading A birthday celebration: Keys to / Gates of
Ian Holloway’s eclectic label, Quiet World, will be publishing my first release of 2013 over the next few weeks. Entitled My hands are ten knives, this is a single 30 minute piece that’s perhaps my most minimalist composition to date. The album comes in an edition of 50 copies, with a colour sleeve and a signed and numbered card. Copies should be available from me … Continue reading My hands are ten knives
I neglected to mention earlier that this lengthy recording was released for free download on Dust, Unsettled back in August. The Night Ocean is probably the most sparse, minimalistic composition I’ve created. It features a PDF of the short story by Lovecraft and Barlow which inspired it. Happy belated birthday to me. Continue reading The Night Ocean