Waterside Quests

In 2016 Murray Royston-Ward and Kevin Sanders started started meeting to discuss internet privacy and crypto-friendly publishing.

They also both share overlapping histories through improvised musicking, running DIY record labels and the community perhaps best referred to as the No-Audience Underground.

It is natural that this should lead to recording together: using a range of digital and analog synthesis/processing techniques; so-called ‘extended’ instrument approaches; DIY circuitry; tape loops; etc.

Recording as ‘The Sons of David Ginola’, these documents are taken from improvisations made over the past 18 months in South Norwood.