We thought that it was about time that we started a YouTube channel, where we can demo stuff etc. so here it is!

Until we’ve got 100 subscribers and been live for 30 days, the URL is a bit unwieldy, but hopefully we can get a few people on board…

The easiest way to subscribe is to watch the video in YouTube and click subscribe while you’re there!


It’s been a long time, but things are still slowly chugging along here at wonkystuff. Obviously the pandemic stuff prevented us from running the April show, but we hope to start doing live stuff again just as soon as we can.

In the mean time, there are a couple of hardware announcements:

  1. There will be a new version of the wonkystuff Core1 board (revision C) available soon – this time we have a front panel and a square-wave sub-oscillator output too.
  2. We’re toying with the idea of producing programmed chips (such as oscillators, envelope generators), and have the first one basically done (there’ll be another post soon).

Anyway, that’s it for now – stay safe everyone!

18: Dare we speak on the laws of chance?

(for the benefit of regulars, this one has switched to a Monday)

Stellar line-up this time with contributions from the North-East and the North West… highly regarded the lot of ’em!

  • Zimzum: Amy Horgan is revisiting York from Manchester with sounds “Distantly resembling techno, but committed to its grinding, fuggy atmosphere more than providing beat-based succour” (The Quietus)
  • 1727: 1727 is the solo project of Esmé Louise Newman (half of ‘Penance Stare’), channelling dark ambiences and menacing tones…
  • Falco Subbuteo: Gwilly Edmondez and Val Persona bring their (Eurasian) Hobby out of retirement for a special appearance just for us.
  • Territorial Gobbing: Theo brings the noise from Leeds as a replacement for Yol & Mariam: tapes, contact mics and clutter meld into a delicate and transient explosive hyper dynamic noise musique]

Requested admission is £5, but no-one will be turned away due to lack of funds (Come See! Come Hear!).

Wonkystuff events are characterised by the minimal (DiY) presentation, and no canned music between performances (we value the time to talk to audience members, without the distraction of background music – we feel that the focus should be on the performed music)

Old poster!

Where did the time go?

Ok, sorry about the lack of recent updates – we’ve been up to stuff (honest) but have completely neglected this corner of the internet.

Coming Soon: retrospective entries about our third release, along with notes on the events we put on earlier in the year…