The following is a very reduced list of old bands and music.

Poor Boy is dedicated to a friend that played guitar pretty badly but made up for it with a huge personality. Played by Tom and Alex Parkinson, Hilary Jeffery, Shahzad Ismaily and myself.

The Next Morning and The Next Day are live recordings from the music I performed for Sara Wookey's performance Love's Geography: Revisited. The music and performance are based Peggy Phelan's original text Love's Geography.

Hills Not Skyscrapers was a band which never quite found it's audience, the one that got away so to speak. Missy Mazzoli, Tom Parkinson and myself got together for a Kraakgeluiden residency in Amsterdam. We went on to record an album in the studios of the Royal Conservatory of Den Haag, it was self released in a beautiful edition of 300 handmade silkscreened CDs, some of which are still available. Missy now lives in Brooklyn, Tom in London.

RvH SC A live recording from 2006 of a computer music duo with Robert van Heumen at the 66East gallery in Amsterdam.

3 Black 3 White, Beige and Wool Theme are studio works from different dance pieces which somehow hang together, all were made in 2008 or before. Hilary Jeffery plays trombone on 3 Black 3 White.

Afrouzeh played music somewhere between jazz, contemporary and electronic music. The group played the International Computer Music Conference in 2006. The following tracks was recorded by Michael Floyd at Steim.

Cut and Shut, Trombient and Marmalade

Qasim Naqvi - percussion and laptop,
Petre Radu Scafaru - woodwinds,
Hilary Jeffrey - trombone,
Seamus Cater - laptop / SuperCollider.