Pulselovers: Live at Humber Street Sesh
Filmed by Nick Morfitt of NM & the No Man Band and layered with the back projections from the gig itself
Pulselovers: Endless Repeats/Eternal Return
From the A Year in the Country album From the Furthest Signals, this short film uses distressed Super 8 footage as supplied by Floodlights (with John's permission)... A short few seconds of anonymous memories layered, stretched and extended.
Pulselovers: Autumn Arrives
From the first PL album release in 2016. This short was created by super-8 enthusiast and music promoter John Alexander.
Pulselovers featuring Crypton Radio Club: It's All In The Detail
Remixed by Chris Newman of CRC before the track was complete (and before the lyrics were written). Quite different from the version that eventually appeared on the first PL album).
Voltage Controlled Music: Interdicted
A miniature interlude recorded on the 8th September 2014
Voltage Controlled Music: The Dignitas of Labour
Live and improvised on the 22nd October 2013 at West Street Live in Sheffield
Pulselovers: Noise From Under The House
Filmed and recorded in one take at home in the cellar.
Pulselovers: Two Many
Short clip which uses a single graphic image of waves processed through several filters in iMovie to provide a visual stimulus to a recording of a live drone improvisation.
Voltage Controlled Music vs Eigenfrequenz: Live at the Dada Bar, Sheffield 7th February 2015.
This gig was arranged by Jack Duckworth of Soft Riot and also featured minimalist electro-noir act Hausfrau on the same bill. The music was improvised with no rehearsal, but seemed to go down well with the half a dozen people who attended.
Voltage Controlled Music vs Eigenfrequenz: The First Dawn
The final track from the first VCM vs EF album 'Movements' which can be purchased here. Recorded and improvised in one take in 2013.
Voltage Controlled Music vs Eigenfrequenz: Thoughts of Impairment
Second track from the second VCM vs EF album 'Moments' which can be purchased here.
Vamonos P: Cask in AMy collaboration with Craig Manga (recently renamed Lupus), and the first piece we did together. This started as a backing for our first aborted live appearance (which also happened to be the first time we actually met). From the EP Binary, which can be purchased here.
Pulselovers: Live at DEF#16
Shaky handheld couple of minutes worth of 'Last Day of Summer' as captured by Jan Doyle Band keyboardist Mike Stokes.
Vamonos P: Live at The Woolpack, Doncaster 24th January 2015The second attempt at doing VP live was not quite as bad as the first... but not much better. Laptops crashed, the PA was aweful and the audience were really not receptive to this kind of noise in a pub where heavy rock was/is the normal fare.
Mat Handley: Soundtracks
Recorded in the cupboard under the stairs in 1983. Number 5 was eventually recorded 'properly' for the first PL album in 2013.