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

From the region of the summer stars

In 2015 I recorded a series of pieces in Wales using texts from the Mabinogion and The Black book of Caermarthen. The recordings were never released but made purely as part of a process of experiencing the stories within the Welsh landscape in which they are based. I share them here now after finding them … Continue reading From the region of the summer stars

The Magickal Battle of Hastings

English Heretic and Accumulator Press will be promoting the new edition of Antony Clayton's memoir of Aleister Crowley's final days at Netherwood. We are joined on the bill by Matthew Shaw and Christopher Josiffe. English Heretic will perform Houses On The Borderland comprising the final recordings at Boleskine accompanied by molten footage filmed in the … Continue reading The Magickal Battle of Hastings