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ALBUMS, HYBRID RELEASES, LIVE PERFORMANCES, ETC

The cover of Sprawl | the time it took us to forget, showing a line drawn cow grazing against mountains. This is drawn in white lines against a tan background.

The sonic version of Sprawl | the time it took us to forget, the bpNichol shortlisted collaborative chapbook by Conyer Clayton and Manahil Bandukwala (Collusion Books, 2020) 

 

Poem written and performed by Manahil Bandukwala and Conyer Clayton

Album Cover art by Manahil Bandukwala

Marimba and vocals by Conyer Clayton

Electric/classical guitar and sound design by Nathanael Larochette

Electric guitar by Liam Burke

Engineered and mixed by Nathanael Larochette

Additional engineering by Liam Burke

Small Ships, a single

Composed by Conyer Clayton

Vocals and Marimba by Conyer Clayton

Engineered and Mixed by Nathanael Larochette

Photo by Conyer Clayton

Released December 31, 2020

A photo of a gray rocky beach against a very cloudy sky. There is someone standing in the distance on the rocks.
The cover of Further Behind You by Conyer Clayton, which shows shards of ice breaking up on a body of water and dramatic shadows.

Further Behind You, solo musical EP. ​

 

Written and performed by Conyer Clayton

Vibraphone, Marimba, and Vocals by Conyer Clayton

Cover Photo taken by Conyer Clayton

Engineered by Nathanael Larochette and Conyer Clayton

Mixed by Nathanael Larochette

Mastered by Simon Larochette at The Sugar Shack

Released May 1, 2020

Sound carries is a performance poem using breath, voice, and a loop pedal recorded live during a performance at Resonance Cafe in Montreal, on September 8, 2019.

Written and performed by Conyer Clayton

 

Released November 23, 2019

A mirror propped against a light post in a city street. There is a tree reflected in the mirror, split down the middle by a piece of wood but into the mirror itself.
The cover of If the river stood still, which shows the surface of a lake, where you can see some rocks in the first part of the photo before it descends into pure blue. There are four spots of pure light in the bottom right half of the frame.

If the river stood still is a collaborative album that fuses that Conyer Clayton's poetry and Nathanael Larochette's musical compositions.

Released alongside its sister project, the chapbook Mitosis, ​this album follows an ongoing process of grief, closure, and healing following the death of Conyer's mother in 2010.

 

​Photo taken by Nathanael Larochette at Land Between the Lakes in Kentucky, Summer 2018.

All poetry composed and performed by Conyer Clayton
All music composed and performed by Nathanael Larochette

Recorded live at Little Bullhorn in Ottawa, ON, Summer 2018
Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Dave Draves

Released August 20, 2018

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