I have worked with Lamine Sonko very closely over the past few years in both The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra and The Public Opinion Six, as well as performing with
These two tracks I had a lot to do with. The A side featuring One Sixth is actually a track I produced based on the very first recording we did at HopeStreet, recorded
Jadida combine North African, Middle Eastern and Indian influences.
Featuring guest vocals from Cisco Tavares and Jess Harlen, this 7″ was produced by Bob Knob.
Recorded at Avacan, my old studio in a shipping container – this recording shows what you can achieve in a limited spatial environment.
This project encompasses Senegalese vocalist/percussionist/dancer Lamine Sonko’s vision of representing all the music around the world that Africa has touched.
The System was recorded in 2012, at Soundpark and mixed at my production room at The Aviary. Shake on the other hand was recorded in the same session as Mr Clean.
The Key of Sea is a project that aims to celebrate diversity in Australian music and culture. On The Key of Sea Volume 2, seminal Australian artists write and record a
Recorded at HopeStreet Studios by myself and Bob Knob (my partner in the HopeStreet Recordings label) on my then brand new Otari 8 track. This track was put down live
The PutBacks, recorded at HopeStreet Studios by myself and Bob Knob.