Friday, 24 September 2021

Kid's You Tube Poop: Southern Cross News, Nickelodeon, Wiggles, Muppets

Kate and I have been watching lots of TV during lockdown. 

Mostly like the rest of you we have been watching lots of TV and for us in regional NSW that means Southern Cross 10 News Regional. Here is Kate's tribute..

We also made some YouTube Poop featuring Nickelodeon cartoons, Wiggles, Sponge Bob and Beaker the Muppet.

Friday, 3 September 2021

RUOK Karaoke by Club Weld 4pm Thursday September 9

 In honour of the challenging circumstances for neurodiverse artists in lockdown in NSW. Our music studio, Club Weld is holding a Karaoke Afternoon for RUOK Day.

You're invited to RU OK KARAOKE!

Join the wonderful Club Weld musicians and their special guests The Motel Sisters for an afternoon karaoke party in your living room.

We’ll be singing Club Weld songs plus some classics. Lyrics on screen. Bad voice? Can't wait to hear it!

Get the Zoom link for RU OK KARAOKE! by registering through this Eventbrite page.

Here is us having a go at 'Fall At Your Feet' by Crowded House.

Wednesday, 25 August 2021

You Tube Poop Update: Kate Field Collaborations

 I've been working still with Kate Field on YTP and singing.

We have made an original 'Simpson Bay'

And a couple of music video mash ups of Kates favourite cartoons

And more..
Skinner Boys Sing Sometimes by Anthony Callea -
Teenage Fairy Tale Dropouts Sing La Da Dee by Cody Simpson  -
And for more...

Monday, 12 July 2021

Club Sound Witches Cassette on Knotwilg Records (Belgium)


For Physical Orders:

For Digital

Club Sound Witches are an Australian outfit bursting out music the last couple of years regular as a clock. The equivalent of Mosquitoes in a techno matter if you want. That is: if you take the deconstructivism into a techno level. It's like bubbling into a 16rpm Chain Reaction party. A haze of vocals buried deep in a wavering fields of electronics with a beat which is obliterated into a kind of ambient-drone but way to sharp to keep it safe for purists.

Monday, 31 May 2021

Up Close and Personal: Nicola Morton and Matt Earle

Thanks to Lucas Abela for organising 10 of Australia's most creative musicans for these 3 hour long shows!! It was very honouring to be in amongst such a diverse range of musicians I know and admire, such as Phantom Chips, Laura Altman, Papaphilia, Loosey Cruche, Monica Brooks and Shoeb Ahmad. I was also happy to become acquainted with Eric Avery and Graham King. Thanks to Nick Dan for this Live Pic of me, using the EEG and theremin and Push.

Wednesday, 10 March 2021

Bad Internet Video Series

A blinking smile – a face frozen in time. That moment where you know you missed something or caught something that was not meant to be seen…

Our frustrations with the fallibility of the internet play out in Nicola Morton‘s Bad Internet. In this series of video and audio recordings, Morton uses Zoom to document performances by artists Kate Brown and Mark Brown. These disjointed records ask the viewer to find beauty in the degraded artefact.
Bad Internet furthers Morton’s process of modifying performance documentation based on the strength of the Wi-Fi connection at the scene of capture.

This series was commissioned by Our Neon Foe and presented as part of No Show.