Man From Uranus

albums

The first collection of songs by MFU and Jellica produced in 2009
Phil mFu - electronics, organ, electric guitar Simon Doozer - Electric guitar, drums, organ Ben Kingsbury - Drums, electric guitar
The Cerebrum E.P. was recorded live in Nantes, France with Etienne Brunet from the New Paris on Ring Modulated Saxophone and KatyKraft on Sampler Synthesizer. MFU played Synthesizer and Sampler.
Gateway to Strangeness is one of my few non-conceptual albums. Like Future Focus, Motorbike Wipout, and Une Beepy, it is a collection of tracks from the time. Adrian Bronson and Paul Wilson played Viola and Chor Anglais on Gateway To ...
Abattoir of the Spheres was recorded in one session of layered improvised tape over-tracking by MFU (synthesizer, organ, theremin, tape) Adrian Bronson (Cello, Chor Anglais, Viola) Paul Wilson (Chor Anglais, Viola) and Jon Siller ...
The Heliopause was recorded by MFU, Adrian Bronson, and Paul Anderson and was inspired by my recent readings at the time of Solar Physics and emerging into the sunlight after ten days sick under the cold white lights in Hospital, feeling ...
A collection of music from around the time of 2006 during a peak era of performance. The first four tracks were recorded in preparation for Future Focus, a show commissioned by the Royal College of art in London. Space Jewellery no. 4 ...
This album is heavy on the live side and laden with collaborations. The title track Motorbike Wipeout was recorded live at the Speaker Palace in London with members of the Little Princess Orchestra. Smeared all over the road was ...
This is a document of the brief half year in 2004 when I played Theremin and Electronics with a wild improvisational rock band called The Little Princess Orchestra. The LPO were an in-house band in a Bohemian nightclub hidden away above a ...
Recorded by MFU (synthesizer, Theremin, Organ, Shortwave Feedback) and Adrian Bronson (Cello) in one session where we layered the improvisations over each other 4 times, sometimes not listening to the previous session, sometimes ...
When originally produced on CDR in 2003 MOON MOOSIC ended up sounding nothing at all like what I had invisioned it to sound like. Here in 2009 songs from that era have been recollected and the album reassembled to more closely resemble the ...
The first music made by Man From Uranus in and around 2003. The short nature of the tracks reflected early on my interest in creating ‘themes’ rather than songs. Eventually I would learn to make the themes longer. There’s a large use of ...

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