Jake has worked with many aspects of electronic music over the last 10 years, writing / producing for Warp Records, Lo Recordings, !K7 and Process amongst others, toured extensively as part of live bands and a DJ and has written music and sound design for high-profile television and advertising and award winning short films.
He has recently completed with distinction an Mmus in Creative Practice at Goldsmiths University which focused on electro-acoustic composition, performance and installation as well as developing a performance system using timecode vinyl to manipulate a bespoke set of Max4Live patches. Recent performances and exhibitions of his work have included the Southbank Centre, NTS Radio, SonicCueB, a live AV performance in Abney Park Chapel and the Sho-Zyg exhibition at St James Hatcham Church, New Cross (which he also helped curate), as well as producing and performing with dark pop band flies+flies.
Jake teaches Ableton Live and Electronic Music Production at Goldsmiths University and the Garnish Music Production School.
Jake is organising and curating Hydroacoustics - a one-off evening of immersive electronic music, specially commissioned site-specific AV performances and installations aboard the MS Stubnitz, a decommissioned East German fishing boat currently moored at Canary Wharf, London on Bank Holiday Monday May 6th. He is also creating a new work for the event.
On Saturday April 27th Jake is performing twice at Arc Festival, a new one-day event in Bristol celebrating cutting edge electronic music and digital art – on the main stage with flies+flies and in the RFID/Radian Dome with Nick Roberts presenting a specially adapted 360 degree version of Eargates/Eyegates .
Photo by Ali Wade