RedSix Studio

RedSix is a small project studio where I can create and record either solo or in collaboration with others. I release on my Voxel Records label and its corresponding YouTube channel, You can learn a bit more about the history of the studio and my bands below.

Maze Car

My own solo work, experimenting in glitch, hip-hop, beats, drum and bass and electronica. Various singles are released on Voxel Records and the YouTube channel.


A long standing collaboration with Melissa Terras, creating emotive electronica Glasgow-Oxford-London 1995-2003.


A recent collaboration with Sakara Malcolm to produce a soulful balladtronica and release on Voxel Records 2019.

The Karelia

A band formed in Glasgow in 1991 with Alex Kapranos,. combining punk and jazz influences. After various compilations and singles, we eventually released our debut (and only) album on Roadrunner Records 1997. Alex went on to have much success with Franz Ferdinand.

Me, Hubby and Thom

Another band, formed with Hubby in 1991. We made off-the-wall hardcore punk and contributed to the buzzing 90s Glasgow music scene in the city. Hubby went on to front Glue and is currently enjoying success as a folk musician. 


I formed this band with Colin, Chris and Callum in about 1994, and we crafted melodic indie rock that was ever-present around Glasgow. Eska went on to release many singles when I left to concentrate on The Karelia.

The Fortune Cookies

Rising from the ashes of Tarot Marrow, the Fortune Cookies were inspired by the likes of Television and Talking Heads and contributed to the popular Kazoo Club.

Tarot Marrow

We formed Tarot Marrow as a bunch of school friends, having our first jam in about 1990. Before we all went our separate ways, we enjoyed gigs at King Tuts and recorded a few sessions.

Ten Pee Invaders

Formed by Callum when he split from Eska, the Ten Pee Invaders had a heavier punk vibe and were often on stage at the Kazoo Club.

The Kazoo Club

The Kazoo Club was a weekly Glasgow music residency during the 1990s. I helped run the events with Alex and the The 13th Note staff as we tried to promote local bands.

Strange Fruit

Strange Fruit was a DJ collective from Oxford who migrated to The Garage at Highbury to put on indie and electro DJ sets and live bands in the early noughties. I helped organise the live acts.


See the gallery below for stuff collected during my time working with bands in Glasgow. Having started as a drummer for bands at school, my last appearences were for The Karelia on their first album for Roadrunner Records, 1997.