News, other works & collaborations

Stubbleman – Live – London Premiere
at the Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London,
20 November 2019, 7:45pm
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‘Mountains and Plains’ – Playback + Q & A
at Stanfords Travel bookshop, London

It was an absolute pleasure to host an evening playback followed by a Q & A to a packed house
at the legendary Stanfords travel bookshop (Purveyors of Maps & Travel Guides since 1853)
to celebrate the release of ‘Mountains and Plains’ – The first time they’ve ever hosted a music event!
Thank you to all present and for the damned great questions!

Katsutoshi Yuasa collaboration
at The Royal Academy, London

Katsutoshi Yuasa
The Mother Road #1, 2019

I’m absolutely thrilled to announce an exclusive sound installation and album preview 
at the Royal Academy of Arts,
for the 34th annual London Original Print Fair on Young Collectors’ Evening,
in collaboration with Katsutoshi Yuasa and Tag Fine Arts.

Thursday 25th of April
6pm-9pm
Royal Academy of Arts
Main Galleries, Burlington House
Piccadilly, W1J 0BD
To redeem your complimentary tickets
simply follow this link to download or print your invitation

TAG Fine Arts will be debuting Katsutoshi Yuasa‘s latest prints.
These limited edition woodcuts were created as the artist’s visual response
to the album cover of ‘Mountains and Plains’.

Katsutoshi Yuasa
The Mother Road #2, 2019

These artworks will be featured in a sound installation at The Young Collectors evening,
where I’ll be presenting an exclusive preview playback of Mountains & Plains,
accompanied by bespoke automated instruments fitted into vintage Globetrotter suitcases.

Zagara
Lecce. Puglia

Soundtrack written in collaboration with artist Heidi Locher (Studio Locher) for Zagara, an Art Center & Artist’s retreat in Puglia, Southern Italy. (Forthcoming release – due Spring 2019)

Skyline Drive
London, Berlin

Commissioned specifically for a 4D limited edition Space Trix (Vol. 2) release, mixed in 4D Sound  in Berlin. (Forthcoming release – due Spring 2019)

 

 

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