released July 1, 2011
[white & red]
Phil Brownlee: violin
Lee Noyes: sampler/feedback-electronics
Lee Noyes: laptop-processed 19tet inside piano
Jérôme Poirier: electric cello
Lee Noyes is a Dunedin-based musician working in the field of acoustic and electronic improvised music and electroacoustic composition, with an emphasis on collaborative work, locally and internationally. Full details of his activities can be found at
Jérôme Poirier is a musician using mainly the electric cello, voice, electronics and bodhrán in the areas of improvisation and acousmatic music. He is also involved in the chamber pop trio Landing Cellophane. He lives in Paris, France.
Phil is a composer and sonic artist, based in Wellington, New Zealand.
He has written concert works for, and in some cases collaborated closely with many of New Zealand's leading contemporary performers, including Stroma, 175 East, Robert Ibell, Bridget Douglas, and Richard Nunns.
His electroacoustic music is focused on transformations of environmental sounds, and the presentation of familiar sounds in unexpected contexts.
He has performed in the electronic improvisation duo The Brown Marks (with Jonny Marks), and with the interdisciplinary performance collective Amalgam, although both those projects are currently in hibernation. He has also made music for a number of radio dramas.
Cover photography: Motoko Kikkawa
"Money We can't Use Here" 2011