Nigel has rooms full of old machines. Many of them found their way onto the album "Index," released in 1999 on Emperor Jones. He’s also a visual artist (mostly pencil and watercolor), a cinematographer and a photographer, who develops his own films and photos in his flat in Dunedin, New Zealand.
Anyone that’s heard his music no doubt first became familiar with him via the seminal New Zealand compilation Killing Capitalism with Kindness (1992). His contribution “Goodbye God Baby Goodbye” (included in…
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