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Claim – Not Drowning Waving

Albums Producing/Engineering, Concert Sound Design/Mixing, Concert Visual Design
About This Project

This was my first bigger studio project and I got to work with John French who had eng’ classic album’s like Skyhooks, Livin’ in the seventies. We shared the mixing and engineering, I learnt alot and consider him a mentor. I also sing on this song.

album – Claim

artist – Not Drowning Waving

My role – co-produced/engineered/mixed

Recorded and mixed – Gotham Studio’s


Rolling Stone – Australian album of the year

Press reviews on visuals –

RAM music paper – “I haven’t even got around to mentioning the visual effects, which shame everybody else bar Severed Heads”, Lynden Barber, review on NDW Sydney, Yugal soccer club gig .

Beat Music paper- “…..keyboards,congas and Tim Cole’s wonderful tapes of thunderstorms, children playing, New Guinea highlander’s and more. Their famous visual artistry included a clothes line across the front of stage replete with undies, socks and flashing images.” Lawrie Conole review on NDW corner hotel gig.