Thursday, 31 January 2019

Live at Fort Process Chocolate Monk cdr streaming on Bandcamp

I've just put the full album on Bandcamp to stream while the cdr is still in print.
This was my first attempt at a site specific set, which is one long piece designed to work in Newhaven's 19th Century fort. The first section is using recordings I made around the fort a couple of weeks before, which to me sounded like the old fort breathing and wheezing in its old age, but maybe that's just me. The second part comes from imagining the soldiers sitting there during the war listening to the radio and waiting.

Tuesday, 18 December 2018

New "Live at Fort Process" CDR on Chocolate Monk

I'm really pleased to have my Live at Fort Process set released as part of Chocolate Monk's last batch of 2018.

Saturday, 13 October 2018

Two short clips from my performance at Fort Process Festival 2018

Live at Splitting the Atom XLII, The Green Door Store, Brighton, 08.04.2018

Thanks to Agata Urbaniak for the film

Monday, 27 August 2018

Fort Process 2018

I'm really pleased to be performing sets in two different parts of Newhaven fort for the Fort Process festival this year.

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

No News is good news Slow Listener still lives!?!

         live at Spirit of Gravity 2017


Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Part of Ondras Rising was played on William English's Wavelength radio show on Resonance104.4 FM

Vintage Food
Tape 44 of the Seddon tapes. Captain Maurice Seddon speaks at length with what may be a hoaxer or an imbecile or an imbecilic hoaxer. Maurice placed an advert in a newspaper asking for a chest freezer to join the vast amount of chest freezers already in his garden. The freezers contain vintage food i.e. bags of food remnants frozen solid way beyond their sell by date. A caller responds apparently based in Chester. Most people would hang up after 5 minutes but Maurice continues for 30. Followed by Simon Critchley's single Long After Tonight Is All Over + locked groove by John Cussans; Heavenly Choir by The Canton Spirituals and a cassette release by Slow Listener (The Long Rain).
11th January 2013