For the love of God


Disquiet Junto 0574 Audio Journal 2022

The Disquiet Junto project is to "Create a sonic diary of the past year with a dozen (or more) super-brief segments."

You can see there are five one-second snippets from each month this year.

I’ve been prompted by the Junto to compile these videos since 2015 and it’s an engaging way to look over one’s output.

This year I’m surprised to see how much synthesisers were used and that led to a few performances, as well as the snippet from my living room live set.

The video contains a second from a Junto project with RPLKTR and ends with a second from a video recorded by Andrew Glassop for Orana Arts.

Along the way there are also collaborations with my partner Jo and son Oscar, as well as various art-based projects like the Rescue of Riverina Birds exhibition and development of an installation that will be at Burning Seed in 2023.

Thanks to the Disquiet community for inspiration and encouragement.

I hope it's a synth!

Disquiet Junto 0572 Rhythm Kit


The Disquiet Junto assignment is to "Make a beat that someone else will add to." 

Now that I think about it, those drums were also used for the Junto activity based on that Aphex software.

When I get rich


naviarhaiku466 – Open road…

After driving the length of New South Wales, I felt thoroughly experienced and ready to respond to the haiku shared by Naviar Records.

Why you don't see crocodiles in the orchestra


Disquiet Junto 0571 Child’s Play

The Junto this week is child's play: "Make a piece of music based on, or inspired by, a nursery rhyme."

My piece is an interpretation of a song that my mother-out-law sang to my firstborn.

'How I love you moon' was a popular refrain and I've shifted it to fit my playing on the handpan.