A dossier of illuminations and orientations relating to the work of Daniel O'Sullivan.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Wednesday, November 27, 2013


Sunn O))) & Ulver presents Terrestrials. Featuring SOMA, Greg Anderson, Kristoffer Rygg, Tore Ylvisaker and yours truly. Out February MMXIV.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Veena Power

Saraswati plays the Veena. Chittibabu played the Veena.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Free Miracles

Free exclusive tracks, downloadable. Jettisoned from Mercury, destined to float in webspace.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Dawn Lake

At the risk of saturating the world with new music, here's one from the forthcoming Mothlite EP.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Monday, September 2, 2013

Friday, August 23, 2013

Monday, August 19, 2013

New Grumbling Fur Visuals

A video featuring teleporting Furgasms, a hydrogen bomb named Ivy and the number ∞ (repeat ad infinitum for maximum results). Directed by our dear friend, British fine artist and Turner Prize nominee Mark Titchner.

An "unofficial" video featuring Indonesian monkey chants, high priest Mola Ram (from Indiana Jones & The Temple Of Doom) and moving mandalas. Directed by American artist, architect and awesome dude Michael Lewis. He's so awesome we asked him to make a video for a track from the forthcoming Miracle album so keep those third eyes peeled.

Sunday, August 18, 2013

The Crown

Apply moon tan cream
For quick pliability
Ambitions are built
Dissolve the centre
Your body must be near
To be aware that your organs have changed
Life experience
The mirror
Nothing silly or stupid
Accept what is without avoidance
Perpetual elder
Shone out
The boy never changed countenance

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Máthair there

Artwork for the forthcoming Mothlite EP, 'Máthair'. It'll be out on Kscope this year, haven't figured out a release date yet.

There are five songs.

Dawn Lake
Mother Spider
Seeing In The Dark (Grumbling Fur RMX)

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Rastafarian Aubergine

Sensational butterfly
Now it's your turn to meet with world renowned protection
The red emergency
Making you dry whatever the day brings
Which members rated zone penalty the science of healthy release
The safe and easy way to join your father's fight
Disrupted by drama rather than experiencing risk
Let's feel safer

Through our feedback
Form will make improvements to what you think
If you fail to show on demand
Rastafarian Aubergine here to sort out disruption
Wood, metal, paper and plastics
Knights of old how may I save you half price data
Hot nuts
Unisex enterprises
Number 9

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Fur vs Charlemagne at Cafe Oto

I'm curating a Charlemagne Palestine residency at Cafe Oto. Charlemagne played at my installment of Transmissions Festival in Ravenna and enchanted all. So the good work continues! Day one (June 14th) will open with a unique collaboration between Steve Noble and The Bohman Brothers and will conclude with a solo performance by Charlemagne. Day two (June 15th) will open with a rare appearance from L'ocelle Mare (Thomas Bonvalet formerly of Cheval De Frise) and the finale will be the debut performance of a new collaboration between Charlemagne and Grumbling Fur. Hope you can make it! But tickets here.

Join the facebook event page here.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Fur Power!

We, Grumbling Fur, are releasing our second full length album 'Glynnaestra' through Thrill Jockey records on July 22nd. Here's the bumph...
Daniel O’Sullivan of Ulver and Guapo and Alexander Tucker (Imbogodom) have announced that they'll be joining forces again as Grumbling Fur for a new album of psychedelic sonic explorations, Glynnaestra. The duo "have crafted an avant-pop album assembled as one would a collage," reads the text accompanying the album's release. "This structural foundation is built up via an eclectic array of instruments, both acoustic and modified, to pulsating electronic sounds. ... As their history attests, this is a group unbound from the restrictions of traditionalism and unafraid to shed the pretence of pure abstraction. There's a tradition of subterranean Englishness at play, harking back to This Heat's Deceit and Eno's Another Green World. In their first fully realised album as a duo, the process and texture ripple with a kind of electro-gnosis. Glynnaestra herself (an archaic goddess divined by Tucker and O'Sullivan) presides over the record, transcendent and sphinx like: an apt muse for an album of such lovely and powerful music." 

We're also featured in Serena Korda's film 'The Transmitters' currently showing at Camden Arts Centre as part of her new solo show 'Aping The Beast'. More details here. We're performing live third eye soundtracks to coincide with three ritual dance pieces around a 15ft green latex dinosaur puppet.

Some dates for your diaries...

27.03.13 - Camden Arts Centre, London
17.04.13 - Camden Arts Centre, London
27.04.13 - St. Pauls Church, Birmingham w/ Barn Owl and Ex Easter Island Head
04.05.13 - Camden Arts Centre, London
08.06.13 - The Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool

We'll be playing some European dates in September which will be announced shortly.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Transmissions VI line up confirmed

Thu14 – Teatro Rasi h20
Strange Attractor talk with Mark Pilkington - Crystal Voyagers: A Journey Through The New Age
Charlemagne Palestine
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe (Lichens)

Fri15 - Galleria Mirada h17
WIRE Q&A (Frances Morgan talks to Charlemagne Palestine)
Exhibition Opening (including works by DOS, Alexander Tucker, Daniel Higgs, Charlemagne Palestine, Mark Titchner, Serena Korda, Ian Johnstone, Cathy Ward, Simon Fowler, David C W Briggs, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe & Raymond Salvatore Harmon)

Fri15 - Almagià h20
Æthenor (DOS, Stephen O'Malley, Kristoffer Rygg, Steve Noble)
Stian Westerhus & Sidsel Endresen
Godblesscomputers - aftershow

Sat16 - Bronson h20
Julie's Haircut
Grumbling Fur (DOS & Alexander Tucker)
Daniel Higgs
Pharaoh Overlord (feat. Charles Hayward)

Sun17 - Almagià h18
Strange Attractor - From the Akashic Jukebox: Magic and Music in Britain, 1888-1978
Charles Hayward (solo)
Mothlite & Mr. Todd (Ian Johnstone)
Phil Minton's Feral Choir