Music

Personal projects

Tradescantia zebrina, “Hibiscus kokio” // 2018

A second benefit album, raising money for Action for Trans Health, Housing Action Southwark & Lambeth (HASL), and Not Your Fault.


Plant Dad, “Pansy” // 2017

Queer songs about trauma and gender and love and ugliness, written during a spring of heartbreak and homelessness. Buy a cassette.

Review in G U T L E SS issue 15: “At its heart, Pansy has a message of universality which is heartbreakingly rendered and beautifully fashioned, it possess a desire to document experience and it leads the way in being a release that draws some much needed attention to issues which we, as a society, do our level best to seemingly ignore.” Read the full issue.


Plant Dad, “Pansy” [pre-release for the Transgender Law Center, and Action For Trans Health] // 2017

This is a pre-release for my EP, “Pansy”, benefiting the Transgender Law Center in the US and Action For Trans Health in the UK. It is only available for 24 hours, from 8:00am Friday August 4 to 8:00am Saturday August 5, 2017 (GMT).

Today (Friday, August 4, 2017) Bandcamp is donating all of their profits to the Transgender Law Center. Bandcamp takes 15% of every digital purchase, so that means for every £1 sale, £0.15 will go to the TLC. Details: daily.bandcamp.com/2017/07/31/this-friday-stand-with-bandcamp-in-support-of-trans-rights/. On top of that, I’ll be donating 15% of my profits today to Action For Trans Health. It’s only £1! Support trans activism and trans artists!

The track “But Why” will be on the Pansy EP. The cover track of Morrissey’s “I Am Hated For Loving” (re-imagined by me as a trans love song to self) will not be.


Tradescantia zebrina, “Tradescanita zebrina // 2017

Cellotronik collaboration with Kevin Sanders aka hairdryer excommunication. A benefit album, raising money for Action for Trans Health, Housing Action Southwark & Lambeth (HASL), and Not Your Fault.

Review by radio free midwich: “a master-class in enigmatic sound”


Morgan Holleb, In The Forest / Dorian Fantasy // 2015

North Korean folk music, arranged for two cellos (both played by me).


Morgan Holleb, “Music From Abuse, Abridged” // 2014

Iffy pop music made in the boring chaos of trauma and abuse. Performance in many layers. Tracks 1, 2, & 4 feature my abusive then-boyfriend, Charles Potashner. We made a lot more music together between 2011–2014 but I’m not interested in sharing it.


Guest recordings

Tsinder Ash // “Garnets”, from Offerings // cello // 2017


Abi Robins // “I, Of The Tiger”, “Liar”, and “What Can I Say”, from Such A Mess // cello // 2013