In 2008 I turned my attention to creating music and sound for the first time. Now, six years and many demos later, I'm calling upon your “pre-order help” in order to be able to release my debut album, ‘The Baby Blues’, into the world.
You can buy the album on a lovely looking CD…. but there is also a whole host of extra content, including the acoustic guitar used to create the record, a limited edition album poster, an original watercolour painting, lyric sheets, secret notes and much, much more.
Please click the image below to be taken to the Pledge Music project page.
THE BLACK DOG AND THE LIGHTHOUSE
24th October - 25th November
Opening – 24th Oct at 19:30 (all welcome)
Millennium | Contemporary Fine Art
Pre-order the new single "The Robin Hood Blues".
Taken from my forthcoming debut solo album, title TBC.
Single comes in the form of a limited edition lino print and CD.
Only 25 available.
DW created some animations for Kneehigh Theatre's new show, Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs). Here is the final video in the series.
Daryl Waller will be exhibiting his work in this forthcoming show.
‘I’ includes 15 artists who make work that derives from the universal condition of isolation. The exhibition opens at The Telegraph House in Truro on the 5th April at 7pm (all welcome) and continues until the 20th April.
The works will be exhibited in 15 individual enclosures and the audience will be encouraged to breach these autonomous solitary spaces and experience the work on a one-to-one basis. Through navigating the space, visitors will discover the vulnerabilities that lie within.
The exhibition has been assembled in association with the charity Spectrum, and will include artists who have autism. The overall aim is to celebrate the potential for creativity to communicate the 'self'.
This exhibition is a key component of the Truro Festival, it has been curated by Joseph Clarke and Olivia Gray in partnership with Millennium, Spectrum and Totally Truro.
Artists included in the exhibition are: Richard Alti; William Arnold; Samuel Bassett; Simon Byrne; Tom Chalmers; Stacey Guthrie; Michelle Joyce; Jamie Mills; Callum Mitchell, Shani Rhys James MBE, Lauren Sheerman, Daryl Waller, Belinda Whiting, David Whittaker and Joy Wolfenden Brown.