New live video performance.
Wrote the words for this in 2019 when hate speech by public figures was defended as freedom of speech. It is called ‘not our fight?’ as this is the excuse so often used when people don’t want to stand up for injustice.
This will be recorded as part of my Album that I hope to release this year.
Check out my latest song. About uman consumption and environmental harm.
Newly published poem on Mxogyny Online platform for gender issues.
For some, grow up in an insecure family dynamic you can make you suspicious of accepting unconditional kindness and love, in case they are taken away or come with a catch.
Pleased to release my latest track ‘Between Chances’ available for free download and through all other online music platforms.
I had a lot of fun making the beats for this one with Voodoo Beats one Sunday afternoon. Goes to show how much collaboration can breath life into work.
This song was developed using part of my poem Blonde about growing up as someone of Indian decent in New Zealand. It’s a funky one!
We made a video. Filmed across five countries on a cheap Android Phone.
A new track about my desires to live in many places and a constant urge to move on.
This track also features the unique vocals of Mt.Doubt.
Live performance of my track Origins at the Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh
I am really pleased to have my latest poem published by Mxogyny. A fantastic online magazine dedicated to writing related to women’s issues, gender and gender identity.
In this poem, I raise my personal feelings on whether to choose motherhood and try to discuss the concerns that all women face before deciding to have children
Letter to the child I am not planning to conceive
Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash
My EP titled ‘Sorry About The Mess’ has been released.
You can find it on bandcamp, Spotify, youtube, google play, apple music, itunes etc. all the places.
I have a new video for my track Sex Pest
I wanted to have a go at animation. I wasn’t expecting it to be easy, but I am not in a hurry to do it again.
I wrote this poem after a night of chats with a friend sharing our experiences. Which led to a discussion about how when we were younger sexual pressure and objectification was often dismissed as simply immature behaviour, that what we thought were blurry lines between assault and bad behaviour are actually quite clear, and how even though almost every women we knew had been assaulted, we didn’t know of anyone who had reported an assault. But it’s not all serious because when right, sex is fun and sometimes even funny.