examples of collaborative work
merzmongo – lord mongo and the slate pipe banjo draggers
extended improvised live performance by lord mongo and the slate pipe banjo draggers for the merzmongo short film by nick jordan.
recorded live at supernormal festival 2016, brazier’s park, oxfordshire.
improvised and edited session from manchester, july 2016. with lord mongo and david bez
third party – south sea daybook
improvised music with sand snowman from 2007. initially recorded onto four track tape then transferred into ableton live and edited further to produce this eight piece album
occasional improvisations with manchester’s tudorplasm. recorded using ableton live and reaper, korg kaossilator and monotron, quneo, effects units, mobile phone, found sounds, arturia minibrute, cliptec vibration speaker, maxforlive adapted gamepad, philips speechmike.
north south dividers – southpaw attic improvisations
an experimental collaboration with guitarist darren birs. under the name north south dividers, there are ten pieces which have emerged as the result of a five hour improvisation session. recorded onto minidisc using a mono pzm mic and then edited and equalized. the pieces may be renamed later but for now they are all known as untitled.
made using left handed electric guitars, one string electric bass, 6 string banjo, burmese mandolin and effects.
improvised session recorded to 4 track tape then mixed and mastered in ableton live. collaborative work with javier silverio, december 2010
cow foot and snail
ongoing collaboration with paris based artist wayn malm. sound and film field recordings collected in stoke newington, dalston and paris then further edited and mixed with improvised electric and acoustic instruments.
children running from the village
improvised session recorded in manchester in september 2006. recorded to multitrack minidisc recorder then transferred to ableton live and mixed and edited. allan hutchison – drums, lord mongo – bass, tim jones – synth, andrew rowe – vocals, instruments, ableton live.