Basso Fridays, 21 Sept

On Friday, Broken Gnomes will finally have our first Perth show! We will be supporting, Maurice Flavel’s Intensive Care, who are back at the Bassendean Hotel with their amazing gospel-tinged swamp rock. Additional support from The Wine Dark Sea and The Disappointed. Doors 7.30pm / $10 entry https://www.facebook.com/events/248643125703295/

SeenSound: July Edition

The wonderful and irrepressible Brigid Burke has been running this great series on Visual Music (with Mark Pedersen) since 2011, as well as being a talented artist herself. I was fortunate enough to be featured in the July Edition @ LOOP bar with Water Study, a work completed at Burren College in Ireland earlier this year:…

Bundanon Residency – 14-20 May

I had the wonderful privilege of a Bundanon Residency during May 14-20. The setting is beautiful and very inspiring for work, and I also had a lovely time sharing a living space with Lucille Martin. Brief history: Bundanon was most famous as the homeplace of Arthur Boyd. By far the biggest breakthrough I had during…

In The Pines 2018

I’m very flattered to be invited by the awesome Furchick to join her on stage as part of her orchestra for In The Pines 2018! As the 25th anniversary, this promises to be huge! We will be playing a range of unconventional instruments. I’m most likely cracking out my Tin Can From Hell – an…

WAM Song Of The Year 2018 Nomination

I was nominated for the WAM Song of the Year in the Experimental category, for Bering(forboding), a piece I did at Beringbooding Rock. Here it is, released on Dog Park Records: Beringbooding by samarobryn

Artist Residency @ Burren College of Art – some notes

Between 18 March – 5 April, I undertook an artist residency at the Burren College Of Art, a contemporary art college on the west coast of Ireland near Ballyvaughn, Co Clare. The landscape around the area is stunning and dominated by The Burren, an otherworldly karst landscape: While along the Mountain Walk, above Ailwee Caves….

Hypnotic Hex

This interview, with G. Mitchell, originally appeared in The Advisor in 2015. The Cambodian-based, English-language newspaper has since folded, but here is the reproduced text.  Binary coding and digital data storage doesn’t exactly evoke visions of dreamy soundscapes and innovative musical creation – except if you’re artist Cissi Tsang. ­Tsang, aka timeofhex, explains the technique…

Nannup Music Festival: 2 – 5 March

I’ll be playing at the beautiful Nannup Music Festival with Persian Love over the Labour Day long weekend! Playing times: Saturday 3rd: 12:20pm – 1pm @ Tigerville Sunday 4th: 4:15pm – 4:50pm @ Nannup Hotel

Mind Warp Pavilion 2 – 3rd February

The Mind Warp Pavilion is back for another year and I’m excited to be playing again! This time, alongside Sarah Norton, Clayton Brown and James Baker. Friday Feb 3rd, Gate One Theatre. Tickets on sale from Moshtix.