Last year my darkwave band
The Seven Whores of the Apocalypse recorded an experimental noise album under the name Thrill Behind Barks ( ). Three in a Cell
This year TBB collaborated with decay photographer
Neil Auch for the gorgeously upsetting video to one of the songs from Blowfly Girl: A Short Film Three in a Cell, and the result is electrifying.
Many thanks to
Chris and Tom of 7W / TBB, and to Neil for allowing us to collaborate on such a fabulous project!
The good people at A Closer Listen have included my 2020 album
in their Copse lineup this fall. Check it out! Music for Haunted Houses
the first single from my 2020 album Bewitch, . Copse
The Black Anise Mix of
Bewitch doesn’t play any fucking games: pounding polyrhythms, screeching distortion, and reverse FX come at you from all directions at once in this 20-minute journey into horror.
You can stream
Bewitch at my Bandcamp and SoundCloud pages.
Happy Spooktober! 👻
I’m thrilled and delighted to report that ambient taste makers
Sequences Magazine and A Closer Listen have highlighted and featured songs from my new album this month. The Inventor’s Dilemma
Thank you both so much!
is live today! The Inventor’s Dilemma remix album
Every song from my 2020 album
has been turned inside-out and upside-down by some of the most talented electronic music producers the Twin Cities has to offer. The Inventor’s Dilemma
These remixes run the gamut from hip-hop to old-school techno, from atmospheric horror to tropical house, from synthwave to ambient, and beyond. It’s the whole enchilada!
You can stream or download
The Inventor’s Dilemma Remixes on my Bandcamp and SoundCloud pages, and a few excerpts are available on my YouTube channel.
Special thanks to
Divider Line and The Creeping Man for their stellar contributions to this project.
Happy first day of fall! 🍁
My next album
Copse, a collection of expansive and unsettling soundscapes, is available for pre-order today. It will be available for sale on October 1.
You can stream two of the tracks from
Copse right now on my Bandcamp page, my SoundCloud page, or my YouTube channel.
Happy early Halloween! 🎃
It’s been a minute since I’ve released music under my own name. I’ve spent most of 2020 working on tracks for my drum & bass avatar
Orbr, and now it’s time to turn my attention to the darker, less structured side of my musical efforts.
A few months ago I joined forces with
Divider Line and The Creeping Man to form the local experimental supergroup Thrill Behind Barks. Today we released our first full-length album.
here to stream or download.
Divider Line was kind enough to remix my 2016 single
and in turn I remixed his nifty new track A Private Investigation, . Going to North Dakota
The resulting split single — happily titled
A Private Dakota — is unsettling enough to bring most members of Throbbing Gristle back from the dead to complain about how much they hate it LOL.
here to stream or download.
Enjoy! Or don’t. 🤣