Projects on BitMapSounds
Access File - Drones, ambient soundscapes, field recordings, late night sound explorations, reflections. A project by L.M.Champion

Thunderdoor - a group of musicians comprising A.G. Flynn (keyboards, percussion, real-time sound processing), L.M.Champion (keyboards, guitars, percussion, loops), Sonia Shore (keyboards, percussion, processing) and other musicians of various backgrounds. A project concentrating on group improvisations recorded straight to disk or CD with very limited editing applied to the final work

Mutations - Instrumental synth-prog, electronica, soundscapes.
Composed, at times improvised, using synthesisers, guitars, electronic and acoustic percussion and processed sound sources.

A.G. Flynn - Born in Folkestone, Kent 1955. Joined the local choir, aged 10. Took piano and organ lessons and developed a passion for baroque music, particularly the works of J.S. Bach. An interest in sound engineering and electronics took him on to a job in a local recording studio. Synthesisers became a passion, and are still his main interest to this day. He is also involved in various collaborations namely Wildlife Cathedral (a trio with Chris Fairclough on guitar & electronics and David Stanton on synthesisers & samplers) Thunderdoor (a duo with L.M. Champion on guitar & keyboards) & Larry Can Laugh (duo with Michael Garcia).

Larry Can Laugh -A project by Anthony G. Flynn (piano, synthesiser, sound processing) and Michael Garcia (marimba, accordion) touching free improv, jazz, contemporary and electronics

Slow Rising - Ghost stories; polychrome sounds; Instrumental electronica with rumours of western classical themes

BitSounds - Ambient-house, electro-rock, instrumental electronica. Short incidental pieces for imaginary TV series.

Sonia Shore - Sonia Shore has been releasing and playing her own distinctive brand of improvised atonal and electronic soundscapes for some years. She has worked in several multimedia installations and has been actively involved in organising improv concerts culminating in the "Random Shift" concerts which brought together a variety of musicians of different areas ranging from jazz , to contemporary and electronica.