New Music: Shibuya-Kei CCC

My first track in a while is coming out on Friday via Japan’s Omoide Label, whose back catalogue is full of interesting music (my favourites are Hatsune Miku compilation “Scintillate for a Moment”  and Gaburyu’s “Tokeru“).  My track is also…

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Transpose Video aired on Toonami

The video for Transpose was aired on Toonami on Saturday night, during Naruto Shippuden.  We’re stoked, we love Naruto.  In case you missed it, it’s on the Toonami Facebook page too, and also right here –

Japan Tour: Tokyo (30.07.17)

The last stop on our tour of Japan will be the release event for PROGRESSIVE FOrM labelmate Shohei Amimori‘s latest stunning album, Sonasile.  He will be performing a special unique live set with a full band and live vocals.  Also…

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Japan Tour

It’s July, and at the end of this month we will be heading on our first overseas tour.  In association with our label, PROGRESSIVE FOrM, we will be playing a handful of gigs in Japan over 4 days at the…

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Beat Collective Sessions 3

Our next gig will be Beat Collective Sessions 3 at The Workshop Bar in Melbourne on July 4th. Join the Beat Collective crew for an evening of live electronic music in the beautiful inside-outside surrounds of Melbourne’s Workshop Bar.  Other…

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Wish

Wish: out now

Our second LP, Wish, is out now on CD via PROGRESSIVE FOrM records. You can order it from Tower or Amazon in Japan, or directly from PROGRESSIVE FOrM worldwide. Digital and streaming via iTunes, Spotify etc coming soon.

Announcing: Wish

Our second LP, Wish, will be out March 22nd via Tokyo-based electronic music label PROGRESSIVE FOrM. The LP will feature collaborations with Mayumi (Chelsea Terrace, Gray Nightly), Rosaline Yuen, and Chris Oldfield. The amazing cover art is by Izumi Fontana.…

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2016 Year Review: October

At the end of October we headed up the Hume Highway to Benalla, to play Happy Wanderer festival, which was awesome fun. Thanks to all who were up til 5am to listen to my set. In October we also ate…

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2016 review: September

Fabric closed, which led us to lament about the musical heritage which had been lost since we left London.  Turnmills, The End, The Cross… we cut our teeth here, we lost and then found ourselves, we made friends and made memories,…

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2016 review: July

In July, we were still in the UK.  We went to London to see Pamyu Pamyu live, and it was even better than we thought it would be.   July was also peak Pokemon Go.  Whatever happened to that?

2016 review: May

In May, we launched our debut album into the world.  It came out on digital and tape, both of which are available here as well as the usual streaming and digital places, as well as a few record shops around the…

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2016 review: April

With our album release locked in for May, we worked on our special launch live set.  A note on these: people tend to slate electronic music live for being “hit play” or whatever, or that there’s no particular skill or…

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