Musician, events programmer/manager, writer, artsworker from Brisbane, Australia.


So I haven’t released a ‘mixtape’ of my own music for a few years now (last one was a soft synth/sleep sound one in 2017). I’d been thinking about whether to make a fourth one, then remembered a few days ago that I’d done exactly that. Ha!

This mixtape consists of various archival guitar pieces from around 8-9 years ago (hence the silly ol’ photo of my posing in Marfa, TX) up until earlier this year. Some of the sounds were released on compilation tracks, other mixtapes etc; others didn’t exist online outside of my hard drives.

I’ve shared this with my patreon and mailing list too; feel free to stream and download via soundcloud. More than happy for you to share it if you’d like, I’m just not popping it on any DSPs or webstores this time around.


Apologies for the radio silence, have been working on some new music in amongst life and COVID-19 tour cancellations.

I’m really excited to be taking part of Bleach* Festival’s Acoustic Life Of Sheds project in August. It’ll be great to spend some time away from everything to make new music for a special occasion / special venue.

More info, ticket sales, etc here!

As well as all of the above, I’ve been enjoying sharing new ideas and old finds through my Patreon page. If you’re interested in my music and would like to hear more, there’s info here!

I’m presenting a fancy multi-camera, soundboard audio, ‘concert film’ style streaming show on 11th April. More info below, tickets here!

Andrew Tuttle presents a special ‘concert film’ online premiere of his acclaimed 2020 album ‘Alexandra’, from a September 2020 performance at The Tivoli in Brisbane.

This show, recorded with multiple cameras and interspersed with video footage, incorporates adaptations of works from ‘Alexandra’ and recreations of selected back catalogue favourites – performed on banjo, acoustic guitar and electronics.

The performance – a virtual celebration of both ‘Alexandra’ and this year’s ‘A Cassowary Apart’ (a collaboration with London avant-folksters Padang Food Tigers) will be screened on Sunday 11th April. Three separate showings will be available to suit most timezones – Australia/Asia (8pm Brisbane time), Europe/Africa (8pm Bilbao time) and the Americas (8pm Baltimore time); each with a live chat and merch table. 

This live stream will be hosted on Bandcamp, and requires a free Bandcamp fan account to view. A replay of this stream will be available for 24 hours.