Tour split CD sold out

Just a quick note. My copies of the tour split CD with Aqua Dentata and Duncan Harrison are now sold out. Electric Knife should have a copy or two left and quite possibly Duncan / Eddie.

This may be issued as a digital release soon.

Thanks to those who have supported us.

Hit the North

Long overdue update but next week I'm playing a string of three dates in the North of England with Duncan Harrison and Aqua Dentata. We're playing Newcastle, Sheffield, and Leeds.

Should be fun, in conjunction with the dates we are releasing a limited edition CD for sale at these shows. Any left over copies will be divided up and sold individually.

Thursday 24th September
Aqua Dentata
Duncan Harrison
The Old Police House, Swinburne Place, NE8 1AX, Gateshead
8:00pm, £6

Friday 25th September
Poot presents:

Luke Poot/Duncan Harrison
Aqua Dentata
Portland Works, Randall Street, S2 4SJ, Sheffield
8:30pm, £3/£4

Sunday 27th September
Termite Club presents:

Aqua Dentata
Duncan Harrison/Kieron Piercy
Acrid Lactations
Wharf Chambers, Leeds
7:30pm, £5

Hope to see you there.

Recent updates

I played this back in May, yes I've been slow to update.

Was a fun show!

But some news to come...


Hardworking Promotions presents...


Sophie Cooper is a West Yorkshire based musician influenced by psychedelic pop, weird noise and drone, whose main interest is in experimenting with conventional song writing. She is lovely and great, and her 2014 album 'Our Aquarius' went down a storm with people who know.


London-based 'proper' noiser who might be bringing a more restrained concreté sort of set along for this show, though I'm not making you any guarantees.


Brighton purveyor of gorgeous noisy shoegazey guitar songs. Melodies, and even vocals, lurk in the midst of wave upon wave of sparkle drone.


Ian Murphy of Hobo Sonn, Pascal Ansell of Panelak, and Tom Bench of Hardworking Families combine for the first time ever! Improvising guitar duo augmented with metal chair: you ain't seen this before.


All taking place in AT THE COACH HOUSE, an intimate and beautiful little Kemptown venue that you will feel very comfortable in. NOTE that this is not a pub called The Coach House, that is a different place in Brighton, and there will be no exciting music there.