The Troubled Times: A Second Sun

The Troubled Times: State Highway 2

w/ James Robinson – Negentropic Diatribes

Spoken word + electric improv soundtrack, in collaboration with http://www.jamesrobinson.nz

Spastic Rhythms ’22

Dave Black solo instrumental EP – wet weekends in February, with a dog

Poems & Lyrics by John Collie (1856)

a 19th century epic acoustic work-in-progress

“If aught can claim a spirit’s admiration, Sure it must be this beautiful creation.”

John Collie (1834-1893)


Return of the Sun – w/ Antony Milton

the recent antony milton colab is loverly ..you realy inform n deepen each other

James Robinson

Spastic Rhythms vol1

Dave Black solo EP


Ruasagavuluw/ Dr Emit Snake Beings

Made in Fiji, with Dr Emit Snake-Beings

tropical avant-garde instrumentals for keyboards, ukulele, dholak, duduk, harmonicas, DIY kitchen gamelan, and video.

“So easy to get totally lost in this music, recommend for helping with your inner peace” – Andi Verse

Glimpses of Utopia

Palette-cleansing Dave Black solo electric guitar improv.

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John Collie‘s poem ‘Solitude‘ featured on

Psi-solation: a global compilation of music made in lockdown

From Featherston NZ and around the world, capturing the moment the world as we knew it ended, curated by Campbell Kneale. Featuring Antony Milton, Chris O’Connor, Clayton Thomas, Darryl Baser, Jeff Henderson, mr sterile, Oona Verse, Pumice, 1/3 Octave Band, and over 100 more.

“Something about this global pandemic is inspiring people to create and/or curate art on a massive scale…. and this compilation, being offered for free/name-yr-price, is indeed M A S S I V E.” – Howard Seltzer


Live 2019

Solo acoustic set plus an interview, live streamed from Wairarapa TV

“Great skills and a refreshing rebirth of a beatnik sensibility, this is folk the way folk should be” – Andi Verse


I began a new life in the Wairarapa…

A Ton of Feathers – w/ Campbell Kneale

noise duo in Featherston:


the Electricka Zoo

This isn’t the whole story.

I’m in my 40s, pre-millennial Generation X; there’s a quarter century’s worth before this…




…but I discovered the Wairarapa connection went back further, to


Poems & Lyrics by John Collie

“If aught can claim a spirit’s admiration, Sure it must be this beautiful creation.” John Collie (1834-1893)