On this coming Sunday I am presenting and performing at the Ableton Live 9/Push Launch event in Melbourne. I’m presenting about the Toy Harmonium instrument I made that was featured on http://www.ableton.com. I’ve been busy putting something together to perform at it that uses the Generative piece that I created for the Toy Harmonium Instrument, […]Read More Gotta Sleep Now – Live performance video
A really great mix for a Sunday.Read More A really great mix for a Sunday.
Hi all! Been a bit quite lately, mainly because of the holiday season and all that has gone with it. Currently enjoying some time off, and re-jigging the studio a bit, getting rid of some old gear (to make way for new gear!) Taking some time to make some nice little audio sketches that sound […]Read More Happy New Year!
Hi all, A few people have asked if they can get the remixes in better formats than what iTunes provides, so here they are! All ten of the remixes that are associated with the Sunday Morning album, by wonderful remix artists Montag, 333, Heroine, Chris Brann, AM, Dan West and Ray Mang. 10 tracks for […]Read More Sunday Morning Remixes available now on Bandcamp.
The closing track of Sunday Morning is Gotta sleep now. It’s an atmospheric soundscape created from a series of guitar loops, with additional vocals by Susannah Legge. Originally clocking in around 7mins, it was cut back to a rather short 2:27 so it would fit on the B-side of a (future) vinyl release. In the […]Read More Winterpark Art Exhibition – Track 14. Gotta sleep now
You’re timing’s all wrong is a quirky sonic experiment, that oscillates between a rather sweet acoustic guitar melody and the wonderfully crazy nebulaphone by bleep labs. I love crazy musical gadgets and the idea that machines can be chaotic and unpredictable. This is i’m sure why i don’t really want to fix my juno 106… […]Read More Winterpark Art Exhibition – Track 13. Your timing’s all wrong
Track 11, Neighbours on ice is definitely the darkest moment on the new album. This track was written as a response to some fairly erratic and insomniac moments from next door. The beat is deliberately off-kilter and guitar noise bursting at the seams… on the edge of losing it. Artist Trudy Moore creates 3-dimensional drawings […]Read More Winterpark Art Exhibition – Track 11. Neighbours on ice
Well, back to blogging about the gallery exhibiton! nearly there… just 4 more works to write about! Track 10 is called Five times, and I have to admit that i have had a long-term obsession with the first Unkle project album, and love all that awesome drum programming by DJ Shadow… so this track’s inspiration […]Read More Winterpark Art Exhibition – Track 10. Five times
Track 9, Hey Love will be the second single from the new album “Sunday Morning”. Susannah Legge (ex-The Hampdens) contributes her wonderful vocals to the track. Long term Winterpark collaborator, film-maker Jarrah Gurrie, who had used a number of Winterpark songs in his films… most notably “Wall Kids” in his short film “Centre of the […]Read More Winterpark Art Exhibition – Track 9. Hey Love
The title track “Sunday Morning” is an ode to the joys of lying in bed, coffee and breakfasts, walking in the park and love. Who better to share the love than the amazing and wonderful Jessica Racklyeft. Jess has a knack of creating works of wonder and whimsy, that capture essence and emotion in a […]Read More Winterpark Art Exhibition – Track 8. Sunday Morning