Auto-didactic musician, sound recorder, arranger, composer, video artist and multi-discipline experimentalist. As a musician plays theremin, one string fiddle, bazouki, guitar, cello, saz, percussion, yayli divan, three string pipa, and circuit bent toys.
As a producer/arranger/engineer/musician has produced the following albums of music:
- Camp Chaos ‘Je Vous dis Merde’ Vinyl
- Camp Chaos/Kingdom Scum Vinyl
- King Cannibal and the Headhunter CD
- Forgotten Fish Memory Orchestra ‘Iron Shoes’ CD
- ‘Our Tin Tribe’ Vinyl Read more
Collar Up played several gigs in the Edinburgh Festival with Ragged Music when the initial idea was being test run. Utterly professional, driven individuals producing high quality goods. Here is what Muso’s Guide says about them…
Playing to launch their single – A Jam Jar Full Of Wasps – the trio of Collar Up grace the gathered throng with one of their finest performances, aided in no small part by the excellent sound quality that this venue continually achieves. Too often in the past it has proved impossible to hear song introductions and the like, but that curse is dealt with tonight so proceedings pass off pretty much by the book.
The Henry Ibbs Band play ‘Mersey-sippi Gypsy Blues’, an eclectic assortment of music drawing from folk, swing, reggae, country and blues. T.H.I.B. are Edinburgh based, acoustic, energetic and fun.
On the 5th of July we got the local talent of Sukh playing from his debut album ‘Kings’ in the Castle Hotel in Manchester. Sukh (born 1988) is a Manchester based singer songwriter with many creative strings to his bow.
Characterised by his raw voice and various guitar tunings his songs invite the listener into the inner world of his mind. He plays guitar, piano and has recently finished recording his debut album “Kings”. Drawing upon by the likes of Dylan, Sigur Ros, the National and his favourite novelists his music has been said to be always warm, inviting and honest. Read more