It Will Remember Itself

"It Will Remember Itself" by Narrowing Weeks is now available! Narrowing Weeks is a collaborative project between: Jeremy Mayall (various keys and electronics), Chris Lam Sam (various keys), Nick Granville (guitar), Rob Burns (bass), Robbie Craigie (percussion). On one day we got together to make music. To communicate. To share ideas through sound. This album is a representation [...]

New album and a short soundscape

In between furiously working away on finalising the score for the new "Amazing Universe" show at the Otago Museum Perpetual Guardian Planetarium (opens December 4th!), I have been preparing a new album for release (29/11/15) - that album is "it will remember itself" by Narrowing Weeks. Narrowing Weeks is a collaborative project with Chris Lam [...]

Recordings and new albums

In the past few days I have been working with various people on the creation, composition, and recording of over 3 hours of new original music. Creative productivity is a marvelous and rewarding thing. Here are a few pics from some time in the studio.   Along with working on a collection of songs for [...]

A new musical tradition

It seems a new musical tradition is being set in motion. This time, one year ago I was lucky enough to spent a couple of days with a group of great musicians (Chris Lam Sam, Nick Granville, Nick Tipping, Jeremy Badger, Adam Page) creating and co-composing the soundtrack to the movie - Penny Black. This movie is [...]

New Funk Music

As a break between "serious" music projects, I put together a little funk track for fun. I was inspired by the music of Prince and Nile Rodgers, but presented with my own twist. Very lucky to have had Nick Granville lay down some tasty guitar for the track. It will eventually have lyrics, but in [...]

Mozart Fellow 2015

I am very excited to have been awarded the Mozart Fellowship at Otago University for a second year! This means I will get to spent 2015 engaging in full time creative work. It is an absolute privilege to have received this position. You can read the announcement here: http://www.otago.ac.nz/news/news/otago078803.html Having another year to focus on composition [...]