Updated merch on my bandcamp to include CJB shirts, movie headlines book Maniac At Large and vinyl of Upside Down Tulip.
I wrote some music for Jesse Micheals sci-fi short film The Corridors.
In the early 60s William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin & Antony Balch collaborated on a series of experimental films, these were rarely screened at the time and sat in obscurity until the early 80s when Genesis P. Orridge rescued them from Balchs office as it was being emptied after his death. With the blessing of Burroughs, Gysin & Balch's family Genesis P. Orridge made these films available to the public & would occasionally screen them during Throbbing Gristle or Psychic TV performances.
On November 14th I will be performing a new score I've written to one of these films, "The Cut-ups" at the Substation in Ballard alongside Meridian Arc, Bloom Offering & Cruel Diagonals.
Happy to announce a new video for my song "Sigh of the Continental Op" directed by the super cool Stacy Peck (of Pony Time, Childbirth).
A thousand thanks to Matt Nice, Jack Caton, Kyle Kostrzewa, & Nicki Danger.
Andrew from Meridian Arc & Broken Press has started a monthly series at Substation in Ballard. The first edition is next Monday. Here is the spiel from the FB event page. I'll be playing a short solo set before the feature.
":|| Depths : A Monthly Night of Live Improvised Film Scores ||: THE VISITOR February Edition
Join us every second Monday at the Substation for a journey to the farthest reaches of your mind as we improvise live musical scores to Sci-Fi, Horror and Surrealist films. Each month will have a rotating cast of performers and a different film choosen by the band of the month.
This month will be the 1979 psychedelic battle between God and the Devil: THE VISITOR.
Depths ensemble: Justin Thomas Kleine, Corey J. Brewer, Andrew Crawshaw and more TBA.
Preceded by (short) live sets from: Meridian Arc and Corey J. Brewer."
But thats all I got for now. Having a website is News enough for the moment.