💖 💖 💖 💖 💖THE ALBUM IS OUT TODAY! 💖 💖 💖 💖 💖
“Maximal in approach, AJA deploys rhythmic noise, bomb heavy drum machine, convolving vocal utterance and a dedicated hell-scape of field recordings, abrupt sound design and blistering drone.”
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A huge thank you to everyone who has supported me in making this happen especially Andrew Course for mixing and mastering and Lucy Claire Eggleton for her incredible costumes over the past couple of years!
This is my first ever release and after making music for over 15 years now it’s been a long time coming! I’m so happy and proud to be releasing with Opal Tapes and you can buy the album from the link below!
Lots of Love

Debut Album – Opal Tapes Release

Only a few days to go until the release of my debut album on Opal Tapes !! Here’s a little taster of what’s to come!

Video Edit by Thomas Tyler
Mixed and Mastered by Andrew Course
Costume by LU LA LOOP
Footage: Xenia Onta and impaTV
Body Movement Artists Aurora Gazm and Neo Fung

Track used in the video is an excerpt of “Tuck It, Tape It”

Body Movement Artist Collaboration

 Dough Baby Mania 

I’m in love with these two body movement artists Neo Fung + Aurora Gazm who manipulated the structure of the body using a yeasty living organism during the show at Baba Yaga’s Hut.

Photography: Laura Kate Bemrose

Their ground breaking approach to movement and performance is incredible and I am so grateful to have them perform with me twice now  I’m always so inspired by their responses to my sounds and discussions of what is behind them 


Sounds Queer? Vienna Performance

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December 8th 2018 I was invited to Vienna taking part in “Sounds Queer?” discussing what queer sounds like and how we make make queer spaces safer.

It has been one of the best experiences of my creative career to date. Meeting truly magical people, learning a new way of working through trusting myself and others who I was collaborating with to listen and focus on our core beliefs rather than rehearse and add structure to a performance.

Playing in the Semperdepot brought me to tears, such a beautiful building!

 to Shilla for organising an awesome gig at Rhiz Vienna with the most patient sound man I’ve ever met in my life! Thank you to everyone who attended the field recordings workshop, read more about what happened here