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Ealing Feeder (back cover)

Ealing Feeder – album


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