"Captivating" - The AU Review "Amazing" -Tone Deaf.

Infectious rhythms, rich harmony and timely drops of silence draw you in.

To just dropped a new hypnotic track mixed by Tony Espie (The Avalanches) called 'What Could Otherwise Be Had':
This is Tom's producing debut and is a reinvention of his track 'Madness'.

The Madness music video (http://bit.ly/2ajH74B) has been officially selected for a number of festivals including the Auckland International Film Festival, LA Awareness Festival nd ydney Lift-Off. 

Starring Laura Wheelwright (Animal Kingdom) it's "gorgeously shot, deeply moving and rather harrowing" - 'The Music' and in collaboration with Street Smart Australia, shines a spotlight on Homelessness.

Madness continues Tom's love of community involvement which began with 2015's 'The Wearing Kind'. He collaborated with Choreographer Gregory Lorenzutti, Director Chase Burns and 6 incredible dancers to create 'The Wearing Kind Project'.
Designed to explore the social concept 'Wall Building', it involved a series of street dance installations, wooden opaque windows and featured 'The Wearing Kind' track. Footage journaling the project from rehearsal to delivery forms the heart warming clip:

The Wearing Kind Music Video (http://bit.ly/1cdugBg)

Currently collaborating with Award-winning Producer Countbounce (Jarryd James, Ash Grunwald), and Matt Neighbour (Courtney Barnett, Matt Corby), the debut E.P is coming soon.

Tom just supported NZ's renowned Nadia Reid at the Northcote Social Club, Melbourne after completing a 21 show tour of Australia and NZ. Whether performing solo or with band you can expect sharp, harmonised beat-boxing and live vocal improv. Bouncing off the audience any live set involves at least a couple of new improvised worlds of harmony.