All of your favorites, in one place.
Gently unpredictable successions of concrete, electronic and instrumental sounds that chime, shudder, and wrinkle. Seven sequences salvaged from meandering recording sessions, self-collages from the remnants of forgotten ideas and intentions.
Matthew P. Hopkins (Australia, 1978) is an artist based in Melbourne, working with sound, visual art, and writing. His audio work sits loosely within the realm of concrete music.
Tim Coster (New Zealand, 1980) is a musician from Auckland, now living in Melbourne. He plays textural keyboard music using synthesisers, effects and cassettes.