Originally issued on CDR, the Archive series documents unreleased and rare tracks from 1991-2007, including under my former project name of Undecisive God. All ten volumes are now available digitally on the Shame File Music Bandcamp page.
Preview tracks from each volume are available for free streaming (these are what I rate as the most-listenable tracks, the rest are really only for completists and the curious).
I am considering continuing the series with some new volumes of post-2007 material in future, any feedback or interest in hearing more would be appreciated.
New track composed and recorded for this themed percussion compilation from Italian label tsss tapes Free Percussion/Water. The compilation also features Ted Byrnes, Jeph Jerman and other exploratory percussionists of note.
I’m also looking forward to releasing a collaborative album with Ian Andrews (Astasie-abasie, Cut With The Kitchen Knife, The Horse He’s Sick, etc) on tsss tapes later this year.
Last year I did a number of remixes of material from Buttress O’Kneel’s audiobook mashup album Audiobok. These and remixes by others (including John Jacobs, Robin Fox and Justin Ashworth) have been released in two sets:
Music Under Lockdown: Melbourne 2020is a new digital compilation album I’ve compiled, collecting recordings made by Melbourne musicians over the recent months of COVID-19 lockdown.
Included is a new duo recording with myself and Nick Ashwood:
This was the last time I played music with another person (July 2020) in the same room at the time of writing. Nick was visiting Melbourne and we quickly teed up a jam, just as the second lockdown was rolling out. My suburb was in lockdown, but my studio was nearby in a non-lockdown postcode. We met there and played for a couple of hours. This was the first time we’d played together as a duo. Nick was staying in North Melbourne, and it was announced that evening that suburb would be locked down at midnight. Within a week or two the whole city was as well.