May 142018

We’re very pleased to be releasing our first Someone Good edition for 2018; it comes from our good friend Andrew Tuttle. To celebrate the release, he is hitting the road around OZ!

Find him here…

19/20 May: Hobart @ MONA
26 May: Cairns @ Elixir Tapas Bar
31 May: Brisbane @ The Junk Bar
7 June: Canberra @ Soundscapes, Smith’s Alternative
8 June: Melbourne @ LongPlay
30 June: Sydney @ The Golden Age

also instores @ Polyester on 9th June and Sonic Sherpa on 7th July.

May 092018

Very pleased to welcome these fine folk to Brisbane, in collaboration with the frankly rad people of Liquid Architecture.

Apr 042018

I’ll be headed to EU this month for a series of concerts, radical listening workshops and lectures. Come say hi!

April 2018
19 – Alice, Copenhagen
20 – Ride, Chania
21/22 – Borderline, Athens
23 – 5020, Salzburg (lecture)
24 – Radical Listener, at University Of Applied Science (Salzburg)
25 – Frameless Series, Munich
29 – Donau Festival, Krems

Mar 292018

Love Songs is the latest full length work from Australian sound artist Thembi Soddell.

It is no ode to the yearnings of the heart, rather an affective exploration of the anguish that is created in situations of unchecked abuse and resultant trauma that can come to dominate our interpersonal relationships.

In collaboration with film maker Vanessa Godden she has made a series of short films. This is Erasure…

Feb 282018

Last year I had the great fortune to meet with Luís Fernandes and Joana Gama in Braga, Portugal. Prior to our meeting, they had kindly shared a wonderful new work, commissioned by Câmara Municipal de Guimarães and A Oficina / Westway Lab Festival in 2017. After a few months of exploring the pieces and mixing them, this edition took its final shape and now it’s with great pleasure that we can announce the release of At The Still Point Of The Turning World.

Please take a moment to witness their amazing video work created for Through The Vibrant Air premiered by our friends at Fluid Radio

Jan 312018

As sorry as we were that Genesis P-Orridge could not travel to visit us due to their ongoing Leukemia treatment, we are thrilled that their first survey exhibition of their artworks will open this week at The Substation in Melbourne. The exhibition catalogues P-Orridge’s identity project, Thee Pandrogyne, and their ongoing questioning of structures of control.

Read an interview with Genesis at The Age.