Sight and Sound – Strangelove International Time Based Arts Festival

  Strangers On A Train Public transport is a unique enclosed and yet public environment. It is one of the few situations where people of clashing cultures, attitudes and priorities meet and sit side by side. Forced together for one sole and necessary purpose, it breeds loose conversation and a disregard for personal space and … More Sight and Sound – Strangelove International Time Based Arts Festival

Cities and Memory: The Next Station Contribution

Meet On Titan recently contributed to a great audio project by Cities and Memory, who working alongside The London Sound Survey created the first ever sound map of the London Underground. Sound artists from around the world were invited to create new pieces reimagining and remixing every station and stop on the map. When creating the piece I … More Cities and Memory: The Next Station Contribution

Zero Reach

So here it is EP number 2 –  Zero Reach! Blurb incoming: Zero Reach is the second major release by Meet On Titan. Bringing together elements of post-rock and metal, ambience, electronica and found-sound, the album aims to bridge gaps between genres, creating sonic landscapes. Inspired by the works of Philip K Dick, Haruki Murakami … More Zero Reach

Support Act: A Sound Art Installation for Profound Sound Festival

  This February I was delighted to be invited to install a sound art work at Folkestone’s first Profound Sound Festival, that took place in and around the Folkestone Creative Quarter. My work was located in Folkestone Quarterhouse, a theatre and arts venue. Using two sets of steel railings I created an interactive piece that … More Support Act: A Sound Art Installation for Profound Sound Festival