Ergodos at Indie Label Market London

If you’re in London over the next few days be sure to stop along and see Ergodos at the Indie Label Market. I made up a limited run of cassettes for them to take specially to this event. They’ll also have all the great music from their catalogue along with some snazzy new vinyl bags. Congrats as well to the guys for securing a global distribution deal with Cargo recently too.

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Prepping some cassettes for to take to the upcoming @indielabelmkt

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Brooks Frederickson Album Kickstarter

The superlative Brooks Frederickson has launched a Kickstarter to help fund an album of his chamber works. Listen to him and the musicians involved talk about the album below and help support this very talented human being.


Ritual Flyers

Photos of the flyers from the tryout performance of Ritual on the 11 May at Conservatorium van Amsterdam.

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Rehearsing Ritual

Some photos of rehearsing for Ritual a few weeks ago. I got to work with such a great team of performers, designers, producers and assistants on the project. Here’s hoping we can perform it again in future!


Photos by Kim Raad.

Ritual trailer

The trailer for Ritual, a new show I’m working on. The show was performed as a tryout at Composer’ Festival Amsterdam on the 11 May 2016.

Composers’ Festival Amsterdam

Composers’ Festival of Amsterdam is happening in T-minus two weeks at Conservatorium van Amsterdam. There’s 100 musicians, 14 composers, 25 pieces, 4 venues! Come check out lots of beautiful people who’ve made lots of beautiful things.

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Photoshoot for Ritual

Here’s a photo of me beautiful, not a serial killer, assistant while taking photos for Ritual.

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Interview with The Contemporary Music Centre

Here’s an interview I did with the Contemporary Music Centre about my recent album! Check out more from the album on Ergodos‘ site.

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Micro review from No More Workhorse

No More Workhorsehorse-head published a brief review of Smacht calling it “a delicately layered affair.” Check out the full review on their website or listen to the album teaser below.