Guitar Solos 4

Guitar Solos 4 is a collection of the work of 5 performers from Sydney, Australia and is the third release on psychopyjama to feature solo guitar – the first being John Encarnacao’s Giraffe Solos (2014) and the second being Jo Williams’ Sillage (2015). Guitar Solos 4 features Luke Bozzetto, Steffan Ianigro, Jo Williams, John Encarnacao & Jon Hunter.

The CD will be launched at Katoomba in the old church at Junction 142, 142 Katoomba Street – 18th November 2017 & in Sydney at Scratch Art Space, 67 Sydnenham, Marrickville – 19th November 2017

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Bed Wettin Bad Boys – Rot new Album out soon

New Bed Wettin Bad Boys album Rot is out this week… I recorded this for them at Tempe Jets and it was mixed at my studio in Alexandria


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I’ll be performing at Supersense as part of the Overground festival within a festival

August 20 2017


Zeena Parkins (harp) & Oren Ambarchi (guitar)
Two internationally celebrated luminaries of improvisation and sound disruption come together to explore thresholds of dynamic, density and spectral beauty.

JG Thirlwell (laptop), Lucy Cliche (drum machines) and Jonnine Standish (voice, electronics), Three unique voices in the world of
visceral, heady electronic music. The trio will navigate the overwhelming possibilities and construct a deeply complex, immersive experience spanning the musicality of 40 years or so of electronic invention.

Jon Hunter (guitar), Kusum Normoyle (voice), Makoto Kawabata (voice and guitar) & Rohan Rebeiro (drums)
A quartet that combines ecstatic vocals, free noise and a visceral, broken rhythmic backbone. Anticipate the apocalypse.

Oliver Coates (cello), Sophia Brous (voice), Zeena Parkins (harp) & Clayton Thomas (double bass)
The resonant vibrations of diversely played strings and voice interweave within sublime matrimony in this quartet of internationally lauded creative musicians, each restless explorers of their instrument, working across musical discipline and genre

Acid Mothers Temple x Scott McConnachie x Jeremy Gustin x Dave Harrington
Laurence Pike x Marcus Whale x Ying-Li Hooi x Kane Ikin
The Band Presents
Robbie Avenaim
Clayton Thomas x Hani Abdile
Fujui Wang x Jannah Quill
Sage Pbbbt x Andrew Harper
Cleek Schrey x Matthias Schack Arnott x Deborah Kayser x Peter Knight
Dylan Martorell x Laura Altman x Freya Schack Arnott x Nick Tsiavos
Tarquin Manek x Rainbow Chan x David Chesworth
Jim Denley x Maria Moles x James Rushford
Michael McNab x Jostyn Myburgh (aka Tchake)
Arrington de Dionyso x Erkki Veltheim x Clayton Thomas

Presented with Liquid Architecture and the NOW now.

“it was possible for listeners to experience a mind-altering array of sonic extremes in a single hour.” – The Age

Available in a Supersense: Festival of the Ecstatic Full Festival Pass (Fri 18 – Sun 20 Aug) or as a single event ticket.



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Heres the First Single off Shyness by Angie

Mastered by me at the studio in Alexandria, props to yoni for a stella job recording

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The NOW now Festival

Once again I have been involved in organising the NOW now Festival 2017 for more information go to our website

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1001 Nights in Fairfield 2016 Winner of the Incinerator Art for Social Change Award

Congratulations to Zanny Begg and the Choir of Love. 1001 Nights in Fairfield is the 2016 winner of the Incinerator Art for Social Change Award, Melbourne, was a finalist for the LICHTER Art Award, Frankfurt, selected for the Melbourne International Film Festival; the Antenna Documentary Film Festival; chosen by Werner Herzog for the Rogue Film School, Munich, shortlisted for the Blake Prize (selected for the touring exhibition), Highly Commended Whyalla Art Prize South Australia and exhibited at Fairfield City Museum and Gallery, Sydney.

The film was produced through a residency at Powerhouse Youth Theatre, Fairfield in partnership with STARTTS (Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors). It was presented as part of the visual arts project Little Baghdad, in July 2015. Zanny Begg lives in Fairfield and worked with the Choir of Love for 12-months.

Music by The Choir of Love and Martin Al Summary
Camera: Josh Heath
Assistant Camera: William Robertson
Audio: Jon Hunter
Hair and Make Up: Wassan

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Holy Balm – Activity

Holy Balm - Activity


Available now through Chapter Music

Mastered By Jon Hunter at Magnetic Recording Council Studios, Alexandria



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High – Nominated for Australian Music Prize

RollinsCourtney Barnett – Sometimes I Sit And Think, Sometimes I Just SitDan Kelly  – Leisure

Dick Diver – Melbourne, Florida

Gold Class – It’s

Jess Ribeiro – Kill It Yourself

Methyl Ethel – Oh Inhuman Spectacle

My Disco – Severe

Royal Headache – High

Sarah Blasko – Eternal Return

Tame Impala – Currents
Read more

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The Holy Soul Fortean Times is out now Mastered by Jon Hunter at Magnetic Recording Council Studio, Alexndria – also guitars and one of the songs by me

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How to Blow Up a Bubble that Won’t Burst

I have contributed the sound and music for a new film by Zanny Begg about the utopian architectural happenings of Dante Bini. It will be presented as a part of:

Ground Work: From the Archives Up

October 1–12, 2015

Gaffa Gallery and Sydney city spaces

The New Landscapes Institute presents “Groundwork: From the Archives Up” bringing together the forgotten and unknown history of the city with new experimental art and architecture. It includes a 2-week public program of exhibitions, discussions, walks, urban interventions and temporary architecture. Artists and architects have created contemporary responses to the historical material uncovered in the architecture archives of Sydney.

In the exhibition a selection of ephemera such as maps, plans and photographs are uniquely displayed alongside new video, sound and installation work. The public program “Groundwork: Reloaded” brings the exhibition ideas outside of the gallery onto the streets and waterfronts and invites the audience to become participants in a variety of playful and thought provoking environments. Curated by Joni Taylor and the New Landscapes Institute and includes new work by Zanny Begg, Vanessa Berry, Future Method Studio with Alvaro Carrillo and Carmen Blanco, Heidi Axelsen and Hugo Moline, and Sara Breen Lovett
max dupain binishellPhotograph by Max Dupain of the Binishell construction, 1974.

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