Latest news (updated April 2020)


April 28 I have a new album out called Where to begin!

And I am making a weekly radio show called Interiorities, which explores sonic experiments and documents from lockdown.

You can listen to Episode 4 below.













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I was invited to play a set in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern for Tate Lates on January 31. You can find it here. Programming by NTS.


New tape Heatwave, out via Hasana Editions It is sold out on everywhere except Norman Records.


The well known UK label Nonclassical have put out a field recording compilation called Fieldwave which I am happy to be included in. It is curated by BBC broadcaster Nick Luscombe.



I have launched a subscription service at my bandcamp page for live sets, and other goodies for those interested.


I was commissioned by the BBC to make a new piece for the Radio 3 show The Verb hosted by Ian McMillan, for an episode on loneliness. For my piece I focused on the act of writing love letters, as something we do alone in an effort to connect. You can listen to the piece performed live in the Manchester studios of the BBC here. This piece features fragments of love letters read and/or contributed by Kjersti Andvig, Jurgen Ots, James Webb, Sarah Lamble, Maud Ok, Jimmy Peggie, Paula Garcia Stone, Nicola Carr, Jeanette Rehnstrom, Siobhan McAlister, Gail Neil, Nick Ferguson and Flavio Derbekannte. It also features fragments of Salomé Voegelin's text score for writing a love letter, read by her. So a huge thanks and acknowledgement of the work and contributions of all these excellent people.


My radio show The Field Recording Show, made with Luca Nasciuti, has now completed is first season. It features some incredible interviews with artists and thinkers working with sound.


You can find them all here. It is broadcast in London via Resonance Extra, and Berlin via Colaboradio.