"The most inventive album I've heard in a long while...a testament to Angliss’s imagination and sheer musicality", Simon Reynolds (4 Columns, New York)

“A highly atmospheric and compelling listen...the record feels like a whole universe unto itself brimming with fresh propositions and new directions. Ealing Feeder is a subtle gem", Robert Barry, (The Wire Magazine, London).

“Revelatory...a phenomenal collection....exists in a preternatural state of eerie calm and alluring mystery.” Dave Segal (The Stranger, Seattle)

Album: Ealing Feeder

Available as a CD, download or live performance.

Sarah talks to Ben Eshmade, Kings Place.

Video: A Wren in the Cathedral.


Composing Giant, a chamber opera about the life and death of Charles Byrne (librettist Ross Sutherland, directed by Sarah Fahie).

Featuring viola da gamba and live electronics; funded by a Jerwood Opera Writing Fellowship and supported by Aldeburgh Music.

The Twilight Zone on stage

Sound design and original music for Anne Washburn's stage adaptation of this classic TV series, directed by Richard Jones.

At the Almeida Theatre, London, Dec 2017.

Daphne Oram biography

Writing a biography of electronic composer and Radiophonic workshop co-founder Daphne Oram.

For the reprint of Oram's An Individual Note - of Music, Sound and Electronics'.

The Hairy Ape at The Armory, New York

Composition and sound design for Eugene O'Neill's expressionist masterpiece 'The Hairy Ape' (1922) in the vast Park Avenue Armory, New York. A transfer from The Old Vic, directed by Richard Jones.

Live shows, talks and exhibitions

Mini Oramics - live graphic scores London +
Camden Arts Centre
Arkwright Rd London
London NW3 6DG

Composing and performing a live graphic score on mini Oramics machine, reconstructed by Tom Richards from Oram's original notes and diagrams.

Panel discussion: Daphne Oram and optical sound London +
Camden Arts Centre
Arkwright Rd London
London NW3 6DG

Frances Morgan will be leading this panel discussion on Oram and optical sound

Ealing Feeder Saxmundham +
The Music Room
Yew Tree Farm Sweffling
Saxmundham IP17 2BU

Bringing London folklore to an ancient Suffolk barn, in this live performance of Ealing Feeder with percussionist Stephen Hiscock.

The Twilight Zone London +
Almeida Theatre
Almeida St
London N1 1TA

5 Dec 2017 - 27 Jan 2018 Composition and sound design for a stage version of The Twilight Zone, adapted from the classic CBS TV series by Anne Washburn and directed by Richard Jones.

Radiophrenia Glasgow , United Kingdom +
Centre for Contemporary Arts
350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow G2 3JD
United Kingdom

A live performance for Radiophrenia - an organisation promoting radio as an artform. Details coming soon.

Daylight Music London, UK +
Union Chapel
Compton Terrace
London N1 2UN

A live performance featuring robotic carillon in the exquisite acoustics of the London's Union Chapel. This Saturday afternoon recital also features Conlon Nancarrow's music for player piano.

Modern Ritual II London +
Cafe Oto
18-22 Ashwin Street, Dalston
London E8 3DL

Highlights from new album Ealing Feeder and a performance of The Machinery in this event curated by Laura Cannell.

Pioneers of music - Daphne Oram and Viv Albertine Brighton, United Kingdom +
Old Steine
Brighton BN1 1EL
United Kingdom

Talking about the life and work of Daphne Oram, in this evening also featuring Viv Albertine.

See previous live shows, talks and exhibitions>

Recent work

Ealing Feeder (back cover)

Ealing Feeder – album


Video – A Wren in the Cathedral


Album launch at Kings Place, London (20 April 2017)


Reprint of Daphne Oram’s ‘An Individual Note’

Dan Albeson in Once in a Lifetime, Young Vic, London, 2016. Photo  Johan Persson

Once in a Lifetime – Young Vic, London

viola da gamba

Giant – work begins on a new chamber opera

The Odditorium

Atomic gardener Muriel Howorth in ‘The Odditorium’

Sonakinatography I (fragment) - Channa Horwitz

Sonakinatography – Raven Row, London

The Hairy Ape

The Hairy Ape – Old Vic, London


Saisonscape – The Arnolfini, Bristol, and Cafe Oto, London

Moog System 55

Moog Sound Lab – Birmingham


Discussing Gender and Creativity on The Verb, BBC Radio 3

Listening to a heptaphonic echo.

The Man Who Bought an Echo – for Off the Page, Bristol and Oslo

Midwich Cuckoos live

The Midwich Cuckoos Live – Duke of Yorks, Brighton


Eye Music – Hendrix and Handel at Handel House, London

Hugo (photo Melita Dennett)

Unheimlich Manoeuvres – on ventriloquism and the uncanny

HMS Alliance

HMS Alliance – reanimating a submarine with sound

The Fall of the House of Usher (Webber and Watson, 1928)

Vault – live music for silent gothic treasures from the BFI


BBC Radio 4 doc: Digital music and the vinyl renaissance


Bring to Light – Birmingham

The Sleeping Beauty (John Maler Collier, 1921)

Thoughts on Time Travel for Hack Circus, London


Message and Method – Ghost Box collaboration


Down to the Silver Sea – three tracks on Moon Wiring Club compilation


Horlicks and Armageddon – Brighton and London

Wolfgang (robot drummer)

Flatpack – celebrating the 1960s Birmingham Arts Lab


Rocket Lolly – Edinburgh, Brighton and Tartu (Estonia)

The Effect

The Effect – National Theatre (Cottesloe)

Edison phonograph

Voices of the Dead – Fortean Times Uncon, London, and Edinburgh


BBC Radio 4 doc: The Bird Fancyer’s Delight

Ealing Feeder

Ealing Feeder – polyphonic robotic carillon


Ventricle – animate handbag


Loving the Machine – TEDx talk


Uncanny Valley – London, Brighton, Manchester and BBC World Service