A compilation featuring the sounds of cheap and plastic consumer level Casio, Yamaha, Bontempi, Kawasaki, Concertmate, and other various brand electric-powered keyboards! Organised, compiled and released by Hal McGee, it is now available to download/stream on Bandcamp. 44 tracks over 145 minutes, lots of great artists and sounds to check out! My contribution DEAD PortaSound Drone is a minimal drone composition sourced from a Yamaha PortaSound PSS-120…

Undocumented Events and Object Permanence (curated by Noemata) is an online exhibition series thematising documentation, conservation, (false) memory, (art) object, phenomenology, and blockchain certification. If you have a chance do check out the e-book featuring all the works exhibited in the four collections during 2019-2020, showing 270 works from more than 167 artists (including me!).

Download/read here: https://noemata.net/ueop/book/

More information on the exhibition series: https://noemata.net/ueop/

Latest playable 4″ s/sided 78 RPM anti-record artefact meticulously crafted from layers of wood glue, each with pulverized rabbit faeces embedded into the playing surface. A coarse sandpaper centre label decorates every copy. Includes a rubber-stamped portion from a vintage 10″ record card cover.

The only thing you need during a lockdown.

Self-released in an edition of 6 hand-numbered copies.



Two previously unreleased live recordings between Zebra Mu and Tristan Burfield, captured during the hazy summer of 2019. Improvised noise manoeuvres expressing suburban abandonment and desolation, particularly felicitous during these weird times.

Officially sanctioned once again by the Norwich Noise Improvement District.

Put out on Quagga Curious Sounds as a download only release on my Bandcamp page!

14 tracks recorded during England’s second lockdown, showcasing an assortment of styles from raw frantic noise to late night tape loop noodling. Reclusive lifestyle noise.

Folded green, red and black cover is printed onto purple card, every copy also includes a blue and black insert printed onto light grey paper. Each CDr is rubber-stamped and packaged in a zip lock bag. Released on QCS in an edition of 18 hand-numbered copies. You can purchase it directly from me:


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I’m excited to announce a radio edited version of the Matching Head tape Dread Creeping Through Cracks In Stone will be broadcast as part of Radiophrenia 2020!

It is scheduled for Monday 16th November at 12:00am – 12:30am, the full lineup for the day is detailed here:

If you live in the Glasgow area tune your radio to 87.9fm, alternatively listen online here:

A 50 minute recording documenting a 1960’s Stella Stellaphone ST470/00 reel-to-reel tape machine playing a 16 second loop of sounds derived from grinding/rubbing several sizeable flint nodules together. No effects pedals, digital processing or editing was utilised for this experimental harsh noise wall project. One of the flint nodules featured a naturally occurring hole which acted as a handy capstan for the magnetic tape to run through. Based on this recent short video work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYhyhcp2rSc&t=15s

B&W folded cover and insert is printed onto yellow paper, every CDr is rubber-stamped. A small segment of the original tape loop used in the recording is included with each copy. Released on Quagga Curious Sounds in an edition of 20 hand-numbered copies.

You can stream/download/buy a physical copy on my Bandcamp page! >>>>>