Saturday, May 02, 2015

I am pleased to announce the release of my new song collection, "Constellation Blackbird" on the Weareallghosts netlabel. It's available at bandcamp.com or archive.org, released under a Creative Commons license.

My friend Thomas Mathie did the cool cover art and wrote the liner notes. He describes it as "dissonant frequencies, naive sounds, and glitchy melodies". I think he's got a bit of a point, there. I call it weirdbient, though, and that term works for me:


Sunday, April 26, 2015

Phantom Circuit is an excellent UK-based podcast which plays an electic mix of
electronic music and intriguing offbeat material. The April 2015 edition (episode 153) marks a triumphant return after a brief hiatus. My song, "Forgotten Fields", first released in 2009, is one of the pieces featured on the podcast.  I really enjoyed hearing the other artists' work on this podcast:

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Snorkel

The latest release from the Classwar Karaoke netaudio project, issue 28,
includes my new track "Snorkel".

Thursday, October 09, 2014


I love to see my music travel. From Japan, video-maker Minamiguchi Yuichi used my song "Homework" to accompany images of a solo art exhibition by artist Yukawa Masaki in Gallery Kobayashi in Tokyo:
YUKAWA Masaki solo exhibition 2014 from storm petrel on Vimeo.

This video from ABC Open SW WA on Vimeo uses my songs "Little Penguin" and "Faith without Creed" to accompany an interesting set of images by photographer Sam Harris:

Sam Harris - Moments and Light from ABC Open South West WA on Vimeo.

Sunday, March 09, 2014


"Flyway" is a song I created 8 years ago. Flyway incorporates a sample by xTheOutsiderx, from this track: Sleep Alone Film-maker Hagen Betzwieser just used "Flyway" in a film called "Dynamic,Affordable,Apollo-Free", which I find quite entertaining:

Dynamic, Affordable, Apollo-Free from Hagen Betzwieser on Vimeo.

Monday, March 03, 2014


One of my favorite music-makers is Dave Keifer, who records as Cagey House. He makes fun, experimental music that goes all sorts of interesting places. I was delighted to find that his latest song on Classwar Karaoke gave me a bit of a shout-out. Here is "Hey for Gurdonark". Thanks, Cagey House!

Friday, February 28, 2014


The Classwar Karaoke Project just released its 25th compilation. I enjoy contributing to this project, as well as listening to the contributions of others. For the 25th edition, I contributed the piece "Ten Kisses Goodbye". It's a gentle, melodic instrumental that seek to impart an idea or two about partings, and adolescence, and the youthful in us all. Here is the track: