Paul Bradley became part of the British droning scene via
his collaborations with
The 38-minute Anoxia (2005) was a collaboration with USA composer Adam Sonderberg (providing the source material).
His major solo works of droning computer-manipulated field recordings were disc-length pieces such as:
the 54-minute Liquid Sunset (2005),
the 40-minute Sketches From Dust (2006) for guitar and piano drones,
the 41-minute Memorias Extranjeras (2006),
the 57-minute Pastandpresentcollide (2006),
the 40-minute Sketches From Dust (2006).
Chroma (2007) is instead divided into seven untitled pieces.
The double-disc The Simple Plan (ICR, 2010) documents a live collaboration between Colin Potter and Paul Bradley on electronics and guitars, notably the 18-minute "raga" Gloaming.
Paul Bradley also played in Monos'
double-disc Above The Sky (ICR, 2010).
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