- Andrew Tuttle: Recordings and performances from 2013 onwards. Solo (occasionally collaborative) synthesis of electronic/acoustic instrumentation and genre, improvisation/composition performed on acoustic guitar, computer, synthesiser, banjo, electronics, etc.
- Live: with Matmos, Lawrence English, Blank Realm, Mike Cooper, Joel Stern, Sasha Margolis (Automating, Constant Light), Smoke Bellow, Kris Keogh, ii (Alex Nosek/Jon Tjhia), Ian Rogers (No Anchor), Tara Pattenden (Phantom Chips/Kunt), Feet Teeth, Tam Patton, et al.
- Studio collaborations: with M.C Schmidt (Matmos), Charlie Parr, Cornel Wilczek (Qua), Christopher Fleeger, Dina Maccabee, Seaworthy, Kris Keogh, Chris Rainier, Joel Saunders, Feet Teeth, Bremen Town Musician, Mirrored Silver Sea.
- Remixes/reinterpretations: Remixes and interpretations for musicians/bands including: Heinz Riegler, Underlapper, Oh Ye Denver Birds, Simo Soo, Silver Sircus, afxjim.
- Film/TV projects: with John Moody (short film), Brodie Rocca (short film), EMP (DVD titles), Amelia Paxman (soundtrack), Mombasa Rose (‘behind the scenes’ fashion shoot).
Other current projects
- Future Shocks: live bassist for ‘obsolete software punk’ solo project of Adam Scott (Undead Apes, ELS!, The Fancy Boys; based in Cambodia). Intermittent touring when we’re all in the same country!
- Anonymeye (2004-2013): Solo (occasionally collaborative) synthesis of electronic/acoustic instrumentation and genre, improvisation/composition performed on acoustic guitar, computer, synthesiser, banjo, harmonica, electronics, etc. 100+ live performances in Australia, Europe, New Zealand. Three studio albums, half dozen or so EPs/splits, a score or so of compilation appearances.
- Molliger (2003-07, 2008, 2011): Two piece electro-surf-punk-pop. 50+ live performances in Australia/Europe, three EP releases and several compilation appearances.
- Minesweeper (2005-06, 2014): Scratchy punk rock trio.
- B.A.S.S (2010-11): bass/beats/etc DJ duo.
- Shits vs Giggles (2007-08): Sample pop live/DJ duo. Exclusively 180BPM.
- Fitness Worst (2009): Lo-fi electronic music fitness workout.
- Extra Foxx (2004-2006): occasional guitar for rotating (and long standing – 1990s to present) indie-rock project of songwriter Conwae Burrell.
- other ad hoc groups and projects.