July was quite the epic musical adventure with over fifteen gigs including a nature reserve, a squat, a farm, a cafe, a theatre, a library, a shopping mall, a canal boat and a floating stage by a pop-up cinema. Here are some of the photos…
Performing at The Big Day Out Festival at The Pleasance… That is none other than the living legend Ronnie Le Drew doing the puppetry! Photograph by Joey Toller.
I have had my music on the magnatune website for over a year now and they have been awesome, handling all of my music licensing stuff and generally being the most ‘on it’ and accountable crew I work with.
You can hear loads of music on their site which you might not find elsewhere – it is all curated by one guy called John who has great and eclectic taste!
They are currently in the business of starting a website to provide music for businesses and restaurants called moodmixes which you should check out too.
I had a lovely day yesterday collaborating with Sam Lee on a musical commission for ‘A Smaller Sound, A Bigger Crowd: A Film Installation and Performance by Ian Giles telling the story of The Docklands Bell’