Plant Dad, “Pansy” // 2017
Queer songs about trauma and gender and love and ugliness, written during a spring of heartbreak and homelessness. Buy a cassette.
Review in G U T L E SS issue 15: “At its heart, Pansy has a message of universality which is heartbreakingly rendered and beautifully fashioned, it possess a desire to document experience and it leads the way in being a release that draws some much needed attention to issues which we, as a society, do our level best to seemingly ignore.” Read the full issue.
Tradescantia zebrina // 2017
Review by radio free midwich: “a master-class in enigmatic sound”
In The Forest / Dorian Fantasy // 2015
North Korean folk music, arranged for two cellos (both played by me).
Music From Abuse, Abridged // 30 July 2014
Iffy pop music made in the boring chaos of trauma and abuse. Performance in many layers. Tracks 1, 2, & 4 feature my abusive then-boyfriend, Charles Potashner. We made a lot more music together between 2011–2014 but I’m not interested in sharing it.
Tsinder Ash // “Garnets”, from Offerings // cello // 29 August 2017
Abi Robins // Such A Mess tracks 3, 7, & 8 // cello // 27 February 2013