Beeche / Magnusson – Digital

So, there has been an ongoing noise issue with the digital release of Beeche / Magnusson which has now been resolved. This means that if you want to buy it on iTunes or stream it via apple music, spotify etc it is now high quality and ready for your ears. CDs are available from Newmarket Music. Enjoy!


Slow Code Week

Slow Code week, Starting tonight (Wednesday July 13th) at 8pm – 303 Hight St Northcote, with Aaron McCoullough, Dan Mamrot and compositions by Garethuel Hill. Then 6pm Saturday (16th) at Uptown Jazz Cafe, Pughouse Studios Sunday – Monday and back to 303 next Wednesday (20th)at 8pm. Come and get your Threadgill on!slow code.jpg

Beeche / Magnusson Album Launch

Save the date! May 11th, 8pm at Bennetts Lane Jazz Club, Melbourne. I will be launching my new album, a series of duets with renowned guitarist Stephen Magnusson. It documents a period of time we spent regularly improvising music over cups of tea.

My quartet will start the night performing repertoire from last year’s Golden Blue followed by a duo performance with Stephen Magnusson on guitar.

This album will be available from Newmarket Records on May 11th.



Gearing up for a big year. Duo album coming, quartet to Hobart in March, and trio to Sydney / Blue Mountains / Canberra in May.

Come and check out the quartet at the Paris Cat next Thursday Feb 11th, 8:30pm.feb-week-2.jpg

NEW ALBUM – ‘Golden Blue’

Here it is, hot off the press, my new album ‘Golden Blue’. It features Dan Mamrot (guitar) and Aaron McCoullough in a bass-less trio, expanding to quartet with Gareth Hill (bass). We are playing this Sunday August 30th at Longplay, 318 St Georges Rd, North Fitzroy so come down and pick up a copy for $20. You can listen and pick up a copy both digital and CD at


Samples from up-coming album

Two samples are now up on the music page from my upcoming album.

Trio track “Secret Love” features Dan Mamrot on Guitar and Aaron McCoullough on drums.

Quartet track “The Gift’ adds Gareth Hill to the line up.

Final mixes are happening now, then off to be mastered and artwork thanks to Jenny Atwood.