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Lawry Joseph Tilbury (born 1980), also known as Birdengine, is an English musician and singer-songwriter from Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset and now residing in Seaford, East Sussex. In 2005, Tilbury released his debut EP Birdengine, a collection of experimental tape melodies, on the now defunct Scottish label Benbecula Records. The self-produced EP was hailed as "the first relevant work of freak-folktronica" by Stylus Magazine
Birdengine is an English musician and singer-songwriter from Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset. Style and performance. Tilbury regards his style as being more akin to that of outsider music, stating that "Lyrically, my music engages with the idea of not belonging to society and the senses of alienation that accompany feeling as though you are an outsider. He has often responded to the label of folk music by citing the famous Louis Armstrong quote
One side features a cover of 'The Evil Twin' from my first album. The other a re-working of their song 'Valley'.
Birdengine's live performances have been described as "both unnerving and intriguing in equal measures", having "strange and compelling beauty" and a "bizzare, yet deeply likeable tone". Additionally, Tilbury frequently collaborates with friend and artist Daniel Michael Clark – together releasing the experimental album Trunk (2008) on Indie label Woodland Recordings (under the moniker "Mortis Tobias"), as well as occasionally performing live. Other Birdengine collaborators include Brighton musicians Samuel Collins and Kristin McClement. Bleeding Heart Recordings.
Birdengine is the musical guise of Dorset-born, Brighton-based Lawry Joseph Tilbury, a thirty-one year old singer-songwriter whose hollowed-out head is a far darker and stranger object than even Svankmajer could create. This, after all, is a man who can silence a room with the lines I spent the summer cutting heads off dogs, I spent the winter trying to sew them back on, sung entirely deadpan.
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|3||EVIL NO MORE||03:53|
|4||DEATH MARCH TOULOUSE||01:53|
|5||BE IT SO||05:17|
|7||COVERED IN HUMAN||03:08|
|8||WEIRD FIELD II||01:13|
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|12||PETER COMPUTER 002 (PUSHKIN)||03:19|
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