M.G. Gregory is a musician, artist and writer. He was the guitarist and songwriter with the band The Little Flames, founded with singer Eva Petersen in 2004. He wrote each of their three singles 'Goodbye Little Rose,' 'Put Your Dukes Up, John' and 'Isobella' and was the principle songwriter on their debut album 'The Day is Not Today,' produced by Tore Johansson.
The band split up in 2007, and since then M.G.Gregory has continued to work and research extensively in the area of sound art and experimental music. He has performed sound works at galleries such as the Tate_Liverpool and international festivals including Futuresonic. In 2008 he released the experimental audio project 'October' for Audio Research Editions.
Prefaced by the track 'Splicing Dogs' (released January 2013), the forthcoming album 'Endings' is his first song-based project as a solo artist and is due to for release early 2013 on Noise Intoner.
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