Rose Thorn Bird Song a new audio work will be featured in Kinokophonography Night at the British Library on Wednesday 27th May from 6pm! Kinokophonography is a curated sound cinema event that features audio works from around the world.
For Further information and to book tickets (which are free but limited!) click on the link below:
As part of [Live] Art Club on the 14th May at the Norwich Arts Centre I’ll be performing a brief DJ set with two hand cranked pizza box turntables (each with three pick up cones and needles!), cheese graters, hole punchers and helium balloons! Super lo fi noisy fun guaranteed…
Catch this performance in the bar at 11.15pm.
For further information on this and other great events at the Arts Centre:
Jerry Kranitz of Aural Innovations has published a fantastic in-depth review article on microcassette audio artworks by Hal McGee which includes our collaboration “Acrostics Meet”.
Brilliantly written and a damn good read too, enjoy!:
A collage / mail art piece of mine is currently on public display as part of the “A House Travels Around the World” group exhibition at the Museum Malerwinkelhaus Marktbreit in Germany from 26th March – 1st November 2015.
To accompany the exhibition a wonderful 88 page colour catalogue featuring all 400 works by 180 participants has been published!
My submission can be viewed here:
Further information on the catalogue and exhibition:
Very excited to announce as part of Other Worlds – Festival of Experimental Music and Sound Art Abingdon Studios in Blackpool will be exhibiting a selection of new compact cassette and record works!
Further details can be found here:
Back when MySpace still reigned supreme for many Noise artists and labels I produced this untitled cassette to give away at gigs. Only three were ever given out to unsuspecting and confused foreign exchange students whilst I was still at University – I recall it was after a particularly uncomfortable performance I put on for them.
15 were made and the other 11 were recently discovered during a clear out of my studio! It’s a single 12 minute track dubbed onto branded recycled cassettes with a two-panel fold out cover. The track is one I particularly enjoy due to its frantic lo-fi junk metal bashing and improvised and largely unintentional electronic shrieks and squeals.
This recently discovered gem is now (finally!) available to buy or trade: