Sara and I went to Aldeburgh for the day and saw a great exhibit in an abandoned RAF hangar by Kathrine Sandys and then some interesting bird related art by Maja Ratkje, Kathy Hinde, Marina Rosenfeld.
I also discovered ambletonlive.
This is footage from the various female artists from last Saturday – the music is mine.




  1. robin

    March 29, 2010 at 5:13 pm

    Ambleton… heh… sounds rather pastoral that way…

  2. Mr Oizo

    March 29, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    Ha ha ableton appleton.
    It’s nice music. Quite experimental.
    How about faster tempo?
    Have you tried Reason? QBase? Soundforge? Nuendo?
    Imagine making dance music. You love being with dancers,
    don’t you.

  3. Athene

    March 31, 2010 at 2:48 am

    click on this link. its a chant for the man in your
    life, father, brother, lover and/or friend. The man
    inside, girl, boy, woman or man. It brings space for you and
    the man you have in your heart. It brings
    peace to that relationship. Sat nam.

  4. Athene

    April 3, 2010 at 2:13 am

    another of my late night visits.

    have a listen. love x

  5. Jean Miller

    May 30, 2010 at 11:16 am

    Dear Alistair, have tried to get into contact before. I have a son called James and I sent a photograph of him as he is just like you, even his mannerisms are the same. He is 29 years of age and a marketing manager for a company called Dancebase in Edinburgh. He is extremely intelligent and tall like yourself, in fact he is gorgeous (but thats just a Mum talking) He is also gay and single. He has a degree in Theatre and Arts and takes a great interest in the Arts, loves Yoga and has a very varied outlook with strong opinions. He lives in Edinburgh and I just think he would be a great guy for you to talk to as a friend as he is so much like you to look at, obviously he doesn’t think he is at all and just laughs at me! Please go on the Dancebase website (Edinburgh) (Under James Allenby) where you will see a photo of him and judge for yourself. So sorry if I have wasted your time. I wish you all the best and will keep watching you on Escape to the Country – I might even get in touch when we decide to move and let you find us a property. With kind Regards. Jean Miller

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