Matthew Pastkewicz

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Warren Schoenbright



It's about time I mentioned my band with this handsome bastard, (Dan, formerly of Brutes).
Noisy improv with one gig under our combined belt. 

Look at all our things here; Warren Schoenbright - Facebooks
Listen to our demo here; Weather Patterns


Solo news - soon
Warren Schoenbright e.p out soon.


Sunday, 15 June 2014

New Date


Tell Me What to Do returns to London for a night of experimental electronics and off-kilter pop at the Birds Nest in Deptford...

Beachers: From London but currently based in Riga, Beachers plays a mix of live electronics, manipulated field recordings and drones. This is the last date of a tour in anticipation of a new tape on the Jehu & Chinaman label. https://soundcloud.com/beachers

NOW: London's finest purveyors of catchy, contemporary, inventive, exotic, melodious, messy, harmonious and disharmonious 21st century experimental pop music. They have recently released an album called 'Irreversible Sound Adjustment.' http://nowtheband.com/

Matthew Pastkewicz: London based noise/drone/beats/sound collage, with broken guitar,brass, electronics, and incense. https://soundcloud.com/matthew-pastkewicz

Free entry


Thursday, 12 September 2013

Live from Cardiff

Here is recording of my set live from Genre X Genre 2, Cardiff.... the whole night is available on the Red Venice Records bandcamp, and all the other artists set's sound incredible. Due to a crash on the M4 I was pretty strapped for time, which was unfortunate, but I had a great night. Thanks to; 'To The Lovers, Farewell', Ascend Silver Poison, A (Is to B) and Mu.




'Matthew was late due to a car crash in Reading, not caused by him I might add, so we were strapped for time when he finally arrived. This was disasterous to the audience because we were robbed of a full set. The ten minutes he played for were amazing, horns were played recorded, looped and then mashed live in a caldron of sound which may have been helped and driven by the use of max/msp. Seemed that way from a distance. Matthew's strobe light added to the effect as he seemed to be lost in the light as he sat on the floor and carried out his performance. I may be stealing that idea in the near future. Epileptics need not apply'. 

Red Venice Records. 



Next up; BIG BEATS FROM BADSVILLE in Cardiff..... information below.