My friend, comrade, and collaborator Kevin Sanders (aka hairdryer excommunication) and I have released new music under our moniker Tradescantia zebrina. The sound is gloomy, ambient, and weird. It’s our second benefit album (check out the first one) raising money for Action for Trans Health, … Continue readingNew release: Hibiscus kokio by Tradescantia zebrina
Today I’m releasing my EP “Pansy” It’s a 32 minute tape of sad queer songs about trauma and love and gender and ugliness, written last spring when I was heartbroken and homeless. Side A has guitar & synth songs with my melodramatic voice crooning about … Continue readingPansy EP Release
Last night Kevin Sanders and I released our cellotronik collaboration, Tradescantia zebrina. It’s cinematic and atmospheric and eerie, like the soundtrack to a movie I want to watch but wouldn’t want to be a character in. It’s available in digital and CD format. The CDs … Continue readingTradescantia zebrina release
Content note: abuse Last week, myself and another (anonymous) survivor of abuse teamed up and disrupted an abuser’s upcoming gigs by messaging all of the bands who were going to play the shows he was promoting under the name Shapeshifter. Unexpectedly, enough of the bands … Continue readingAngry Plant // Plant Dad
Today, bandcamp is donating all of their profits to the Transgender Law Center in the US. To maximize the impact, I’m doing a 24 hour release of an A Side / B Side single from my new EP “Pansy” for £1. 15% of the money … Continue reading“Pansy” EP Pre-Release to benefit the Transgender Law Center, and Action For Trans Health
I’m very happy to have worked with Daniel from Little Death Machine today, adding some noise cello to their tracks in his backyard studio in New Cross. The anticipated release date is 2016.
I’m very excited to have my cello featured on Abi Robins’ new folk album, Such A Mess. Abi’s a good friend of mine and an excellent musician, and it was a pleasure to record and perform with her around Denver. Performing with Abi and Sean … Continue readingCello on Abi Robins’ “Such A Mess”