Monday 30 April 2012

Digital Copies Available...

My album, is now available to purchase in a digital format for the *cough* reasonable price of £5.... Stay tuned for an update regarding physical copies.

For the moment I am looking to book live dates around the UK, so if anyone can / would like to help, or perhaps know any promoters that may be interested, please get in touch.


Monday 23 April 2012


Evening, My first full album, Imber, is available to listen to on the player below (artwork temporary). So please, turn your lights low and speakers to eleven..

If you are interested in purchasing a copy digitally it will be available in the near future, stay tuned here for developments. If physical is your thing I will have a limited run of CD's - but you will have to wait.


Sunday 22 April 2012

New Music

Good evening and welcome to the life of a man with nothing better to do than construct unlistenable soundtracks of little to no interest. After months of studio work, I finally have something to share with you, so please; pick a track, press play, get back to whatever it was you were doing, and enjoy subliminally.
Let's Be Together
Studio Work

Friday 20 April 2012


Brian Eno’s assertion that ambient music can be “actively listened to with attention or as easily ignored, depending on the choice of the listener,” a music that, “exists of the cusp melody and texture,” could easily be applied to the work of Matthew Pastkewicz, only his ambient world is a vast stream of paranoia and unease.
Pastkewicz’s music feasts upon the tension of ambiguity and it’s terrifying manifestations, monolithic shelves of noise swept with nostalgia, chilling narratives with transient colour.

Actively listened to with attention, too hostile to ignore. A haunted dancehall punctuated with schizophrenic flashbacks.

By Timothy Hazel