Mark Pritchard


With a prolific career that spans over two decades, Mark Pritchard has certainly ‘been there, done that’ – musically. The UK-born, Sydney-based producer’s credits not only cross genres, but in several cases, have inspired fresh directions within them. Between his time in iconic early-’90s groups like Global Communication, Jedi Knights, and Reload, plus an array of solo aliases including Harmonic 313 and Troubleman, the UK producer made ambient, electro, house, acid, instrumental hip-hop, and broken beat, among other styles and hybrids. ‘Under the Sun‘ is deeply atmospheric and richly impressionistic, largely ambient….and strictly not for the clubs. Continue reading “Mark Pritchard”


Matthew ‘Moog’ Bourne


Pianist and composer Matthew Bourne first came to national attention as one of the winners of the Perrier Jazz Awards in London, 2001. In that same year he graduated from Leeds College of Music with a reputation as being fearlessly unpredictable. He is a passionate explorer of sound, possessed with a burning desire to make music on anything old, broken or infirm. Of late Bourne has turned his attention to the world of analogue synthesisers… Continue reading “Matthew ‘Moog’ Bourne”

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