New album… maybe… new website… maybe… Twitter? Never say never… more anon…
A few updates for the end of 2016…
- I will be rolling out the live band in the new year and I’m pleased to confirm Rewire Festival in The Hague, NL (31st March – 2nd April 2017) – tickets available now.
- Read reviews of new album Site Specific from Igloomag (“Futuristic, jazz-infused electronica that captures the mind and soul”), Fluid Radio (“Easily slips into my top 10 albums for 2016”) and Tower Records (“Delicate tones, thrilling development and realism… a unique band sound”).
- I produced a bass heavy remix of Ilya Beshevli’s ‘Wanderer’ alongside contributions from Simeon Mobile Disco and Palmbomen, available as a digital or vinyl EP now.
Site Specific will be released on Vinyl, CD & Digital formats on 11th November 2016 (Distribution: Morr Music). Pre-release and title track Site Specific will be available on 14th October 2016. The album features numerous collaborators and contributions, notably from Gareth Davis (Bass Clarinet) and Dan Nicholls (Rhodes) and there will be live shows with a full band in support of the release (for bookings please use the contact page).
New album Site Specific is finished and will be released on Vinyl, CD & Digital formats this autumn 2016. Pre-order will be available in September along with the first single and live shows on the horizon… more detail over the coming weeks.
Below are a few recent interviews, playlists and features with hints to forthcoming projects, as well as a short promo video by Leona Kadijević and Rory WT. More news soon…
I have 3 spare 12″ vinyl copies of Field Drawings (signed) to give away… all you have to do is submit a message via the contact page with the subject title ‘vinyl’ and you will be entered into the draw. Submissions are open until November 22nd 2013 and winners will be chosen at random and alerted via email on November 23rd (worldwide delivery).
UPDATE (23rd November 2013): Submissions are now closed. Winners have been chosen at random and alerted via email – thanks for all the kind comments and apologies to everyone who didn’t win this time!
My studies of Gamelan music in Java, Indonesia have finally come to an end after a 9 month period. You can find out more in my now completed sister blog ‘Notes From the Jasmine Isle‘, where you will find audio, video and photographs documenting the experience.