I’ve recently recorded and made available a couple of recordings made using my eurorack modular. They are free to stream but if you enjoy them, they are dirt cheap and every tiny bit of support really helps so dig deep eh?
Figured I should at least reference a couple posts that went missing since the last great hackathon (thanks again trainer selling spambots!),
Thankfully I’d ported the post of my write up about my experience of our 8 hour long improvised performance at Sanctuary/The Dark Outside onto my portfolio which you can find here.
And then a recording of my first ever public performance with my eurorack modular on 5th March 2015 in the Gallery at DCA, Dundee.
3 drifting drones and a recording of Aleister Crowley all forming part of an improvised synthesizer based ritual working.
The performance accompanied a screening of this video which takes the elemental power of waves and uses it as a mechanism for relaying the hot breath of the Universe on the back of your neck, the climbing of the Peacock’s tail.