“..the collection’s rich sonics belie Liveable City’s home-recorded DIY roots, with dreamy reverbed vocals and intoxicating shoegazey guitars delivering the goods over propulsive rhythmic grooves.”
‘reliably marvelous’ – Grant Smithies, Nine to Noon, RNZ
‘all the fuzzy shoe-gazed warmth and reverb you could want ‘ – thanks sweetsounds
‘habit to break’ #6 on RDU Te Ahi top10 June 20th 2019 – thanks RDU
‘habit to break’ #14 on Hot NZ Singles Chart
‘liveable city’ is included in Under the Radar’s July Playlist-thanks UTR
liveable city is reviewed on RNZ’s Nine to Noon by Grant Smithies
relaxed solo rehearsal, 240719 for RNZ’s ‘NZ Live’ songs and interview
I contributed to this piece in New Zealand Musician
new video – habit to break
cold winter mornings
fish on the beach 251017 – 130519
Towards the Pier is an ongoing series of photographs begun in 2011. The majority of the photographs are taken between 8-9am & 2-3pm, looking north towards the pier at New Brighton, Christchurch, New Zealand. The shots are taken quickly on a phone and compiled with minimal processing in the order they have been taken.
towards the pier 051118 – 201218
The Women of Lyttelton Gaol audio work by sound artist Helen Greenfield
opened in the Rose Garden, Lyttelton at 6pm, Friday 14th December.
It plays every half hour between 9am and 7pm over summer.
It’s so worth checking out.
two months on – new paintings
bluebirds and sprite – new paintings
always running – new album out now