The fruit of the field is the Gift of the Eternal

Recorded live at The Centre and the Circle, Thursday 19th September 2019CE. Best listened to at low volume in the gloaming.

Church of Ferles

  "What of the body of life? They are but a flower, a dust, a shadow that fleeth away."   Recently I was making recordings across the south downs, around Lewes and the surrounding area of Sussex, guided through the area by Robert Marshall. On driving through Firle I remembered reading about the 'Garden Church' … Continue reading Church of Ferles

the museum of ecoacoustic phenomena

I recently contributed to the museum of ecoacoustic phenomena event. I performed a site specific piece incorporating the natural sounds present in the garden of Bournemouth Natural Science Society. An interpretation of both the gardens and exhibition. Inspired by the Egyptian 25th Dynasty mummy, containing Tahemaa. The performance featured guests Robin and Rowan Shaw. listening … Continue reading the museum of ecoacoustic phenomena

The Membranes – What Nature Gives… Nature Takes Away

Today marks the release of a new LP from The Membranes. I contributed along with Chris Packham to the track WINTER (THE BEAUTY AND VIOLENCE OF NATURE). The album also features folk singer Shirley Collins, the original punk icon Jordan and Kirk Brandon from Theatre Of Hate. The album is available on LP, CD and … Continue reading The Membranes – What Nature Gives… Nature Takes Away

The Pop Group with Matthew Shaw

Liberté, égalité, publicité Hot on the heels of their ‘ART PROVOCATION’ at the request of Banksy for an event at Dismaland, post-punk iconoclasts The Pop Group present a new collaboration with sound art fetishist Matthew Shaw. At Sea Change they will requisition the iconic Brutalist architecture of Dartington’s High Cross House for ‘BLOOD MONEY’, an … Continue reading The Pop Group with Matthew Shaw

Lodge Hill

New 30 minute piece of music recorded on location at Lodge Hill and completed and produced in Christchurch, March 2017. Matthew Shaw - Piano, guitar, harmonica, field recordings, Kaossilator. Many thanks to Miles King & People Need Nature A full piece about the place that inspired and informed this music can be found here