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I have spent the last year curating and producing a new compilation album for Clan Analogue showcasing mobile music production methodologies. The album is titled ‘Mobile Strategies: Battery-powered Sonics‘ and it will be launched as part of Darebin Music Feast on Friday, October 25. More info here. The night will kick off at 6pm with […]

What could happen if you sample voices of young kids playing & discovering the world? What could happen if you remotely collaborate with previously unknown musicians to remix those recordings? How would those musicians respond? ‘Nowy’ means a ‘new one’ in Polish and this single is a celebration of kids’ voices and their approach to […]

There are only a few more weeks left to submit music to Clan Analogue‘s mobile music compilation album. More INFO HERE… If you need inspiration – check out my interview with Jakob Haq (of haQ attaQ YouTube channel) published in the Producer Interviews section of this blog earlier this year. In our chat, Jakob and I cover quite […]

I’m currently curating and producing a compilation album for Clan Analogue Recordings which celebrates music creation with mobile tools. Clan Analogue is an iconic record label and the longest running collective of electronic musicians in Australia. We are looking for music made with small, battery-powered, portable gear. Examples of used equipment might include (but are […]

Thanks to the Making Waves New Music portal for including ‘Untold‘ by iubar project and Modus Op in their March playlist called ‘Radiophonic Waves’. The playlist features selected new works that inhabit and explore radiophonic composition. I also had the privilege of my profile being added to Making Waves New Music’s showcase of Australian contemporary composers here. The track […]

Posted by Tilde New Music and Sound Art on Monday, 2 January 2017 Excited to announce iubar project‘s performance at the upcoming Tilde New Music and Sound Art Festival on January 21st 2017 in Melbourne. Beside playing as iubar, I will contribute to two collaborative performances at the same festival. Here is a quick improvised jam from […]

If you’re into synths and happen to be in Melbourne, catch me speaking about ‘Digital Affordances of iOS-based Synthesisers’ at the 2nd Annual Synthposium on Monday the 14th of November. Click on the poster below for further info.

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