Earlier this year, I had the pleasure to join the fine people from Triage and the multitasker Trevor Brown for an afternoon of free jazz improvisation to which I provided subliminal electronic touches and very mundane samples, trying to add cherries on top of already beautiful sounds. Out of the session recording, a digital EP of three tracks is now available digitally

You can preview it down here, buy it over there and read more about it under the releases section:




Two new dates in November

⚠️ Update 29/10/2018: due to technical difficulties, I won’t be playing at SICKO November Program I, but Osinihcam will, go support them!

So far, November looks like a very collaborative month 🙂

On the 4th, I will be supporting Triage on their new EP launch and metamorphosis into Osinihcam as part of the SICKO November Program I. Here’s the link to the event and here’s a preview of this new EP:


And the week after that, without having had time to recover, Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson and myself will be performing our second gig as Act For Birds at the Sounds Unsound #21 down in Enmore, as always, at The Hideaway Bar, here’s the link to this other event.

Come along? Also keep updated with any other gigs and happenings in the live page 🤘🏻


New tape: Vespertine Works

Rest is for the wicked, they say. This one has been around for a while but only recently I have had the time to add the artist copies to my bandcamp page. Introducing my new solo album, Vespertine Works:

One of my most accessible albums to date, this one is made of 20 minutes and 2 tracks, some drones here, some field recordings there, guitar-powered swells and walls of sound everywhere. A peaceful, slow and calm collection of tunes to soundtrack a hypothetical night walk around a city of your choice.

Originally released by the British label No-Fi Hideout, you can stream and buy this (on tape and digital formats) from here: subespai.bandcamp.com/album/vespertine-works and, if you do, let me know what you think?

BuscaMusica.es reviews “Encounters…”

Encounters in time and space, my latest digital release as improvised live with Adrià Bofarull on an event of the same name held in Barcelona regularly and organised by the never-surrenderers Gràcia Territori Sonor has been reviewed by the Spanish online outlet BuscaMusica.es, in Spanish of course 😉

Here’s a small taste from the review, terribly and unprofessionally translated by me, a merely intruder in this amazing and incredibly tricky field that is translation and proofreading:

The big doubt that remains after listening this genuine record is that I will never know if these are the oldest sounds in the history of the world or the newest. I will never know if this was what was before music, or what will come after it.

Link to the full review here, and thanks to BuscaMusica.es for giving this obscure record an opportunity!


Encounters in Time and Space

As mentioned earlier, a couple of months ago when I was in Barcelona, I had the pleasure to perform a live improvised session with electronic musician Adrià Bofarull as part of a series of events organised by the non-profit musical association Gràcia Territori Sonor.

The session was recorded and has become a digital live album titled Encounters in Time and Space, so even if you weren’t there, you can now stream or, even better, buy, download and support cool non-profit organisations from the Gràcia Territori Sonor bandcamp page, here’s the preview:


Hope you like it! If you do, let me know in the comments or over social media? 🙂