Really looking forward playing a few shows supporting U.K band Moulettes.
They are an art rock band that combines rock, prog, folk and electronics. With interesting instrumentation including ; electric cello, violin, and bassoon.
They formed in 2002 and are touring Australia presented by Rhythm Section Bookings.
BATTERIE will be supporting on these dates –
- Sydney – 13th March – Lazybones – Marrickville
- Newcastle – 14th March – THe Stage & Hunter Hotel.
Here is a video of the band playing live –
1:11 / 4:57 Moulettes – Lady Vengeance (Live in Paris)
Looking forward to playing along side 3 other experimental acts this coming Wednesday 5th December at The Hideaway Bar in Enmore- Sydney. Last BATTERIE show for 2018.
Number 22 in the resurrected series of improvised, experimental or just plain weird yet beautiful music nights. Still blending the acoustic with the electric, the subtle with the bombastic.
Visuals by LIVING SCIENCE Dept. (Colum Skeleton)
BATTERIE is really looking forward to playing SUBSONIC music festival.
SUBSONIC is big 3 day outdoor dance music eco festival in the forrest of Barrington Tops NSW, Australia.
With more than 100 electronic acts performing and a massive audience all camping next to the river in the forrest.
More info – https://www.subsonicmusic.com.au/
Super excited to be playing a live show in Sydney at The Lady Hampshire Hotel in Camperdown on November 8th. Its Free entry !
with support from VICTORY ROAD a wildly energetic Chip Tune act from Gosford who plays explosive pop punk anthems on a game boy !
Get your game on for a night of glitchy chip tune, synth wave, break bit, electronica and indie game music as BATTERIE and VICTORY ROAD level up !
More info here –
How exciting to be featured in The Australian news paper !
If you were having lunch at a cafe or waiting for a flight, you might have flipped through The Australian and seen a story by national music writer Andrew McMillen about my experiences as a freelance game music composer. Andrew and I had a good chat recently at an APRA conference called The Melbourne Sessions where I presented a guest lecture on composing music for games.
Thanks to APRA AMCOS for inviting me to be part of their conference and thanks Andrew McMillen for being interested to interview me and write a story about my experiences composing music for indie games in Australia.
I was recently invited to present my two hour guest lecture ‘Composing music for video games’ at The Sydney Conservatorium of Music (where I also graduated as a contemporary percussionist many years ago).
It was a real blast to be standing up in front of an audience of enthusiastic university students. I played them examples from 5 of the games I’ve composed the soundtracks for- including beta footage, early demos and UI sound effects. I also explained the production methods, composition and studio techniques I use when writing music for games and collaborating with indie game developers.
I’l be presenting this guest lecture again soon at SAE college Sydney and hopefully at some other Uni’s and Colleges in the future.
Please get in touch if you would be interested to have me come along as BATTERIE and present this multimedia talk at your Uni or College..