Tuesday
Jun252013

Tomorrowpeople Remix - Steve Glen 'Let Loose'

New Tomorrowpeople remix of Canadian producer Steve Glen's track 'Let Loose':

 

Wednesday
Jun122013

David Bridie "WAKE" album out now

David Bridie's new album "Wake" is out now.
I was lucky enough to contribute some synth/keyboards to a couple of tracks on this album.

David says:
“I wanted to forge my own direction on this record, write the best songs I could, joining together all the various influences, gathering together all the musicians I have an affinity with, to come up with something that I could say I was proud of” he says. “I needed to stop being distracted, to lose myself inside the process, and make the best record I could, a record of substance.”

Check out David on the "Wake" tour in Australia, June through August.
All info on his website

 

Check out the video for album track 'Delegate':

 

Sunday
Jun092013

Lascaux Proxy 'Diameter' - New Music Video

 

This is a music video created for Canadian performance artist Lascaux Proxy. The song is called 'Daimeter'.
It is a collaborative project - the concept, choreography, performance and music is by Lascaux Proxy. The video was shot on an iPhone 4S using FiLMiC Pro and ClassicCam and edited in Final Cut X by Andrew B. White.

 

Thursday
May232013

David Bridie 'Delegate' single

I played synth on the track 'Delegate' from Australian artist David Bridie's new album Wake (released June 17 2013). I also contributed to several other tracks on the album.

Available on iTunes

Wake is David's fourth solo album. The album also features former Powderfinger guitarist Ian Haug, NZ artist Eden Mulholland, Ashley Naylor (Even, Paul Kelly Band), leading lady of The Bamboos Kylie Auldist, PNG-born singer Ngaiire, drummers Dave Folley and Michael Barker, Helen Mountfort on cello, John Phillips, Brett Adams and Rebecca Cosboom from Stripmall Architecture. 

David Bridie Website

 

Thursday
May232013

Go Stop Go 'This Love' Lyric Video

I produced this 'lyric' video for Go Stop Go's track 'This Love' (from their debut album Go Stop Go):