This is the sonic version of "Sprawl | the time it took us to forget" is a collaborative chapbook written by myself and Manahil Bandukwala in March 2020, published by Collusion Books in December 2020. Copies can be purchased on the Collusion books website. 

Available on bandcamp


Poem written & performed by Manahil Bandukwala & Conyer Clayton
Album Cover art by Manahil Bandukwala
Marimba & vocals by Conyer Clayton
Electric/classical guitar & sound design by Nathanael Larochette
Electric guitar by Liam Burke
Engineered & mixed by Nathanael Larochette
Additional engineering by Liam Burke

The video component of this project can be found on youtube.

Footage by Manahil Bandukwala, Conyer Clayton, Nathanael Larochette, & Ruqaiya Quettawala
Video Design & Editing by Manahil Bandukwala & Andy Verboom

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Further Behind You is my debut solo musical EP. 

This album was written and recorded in my apartment in Ottawa, mostly during this period of self-isolation in March and April 2020. I view it as a time capsule. You can hear in it what I heard as I created, including the sound of the train passing by.

You can find it on my bandcamp, and all streaming services.

Written and performed by Conyer Clayton
Vibraphone/Marimba/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

If the river stood still was released August 20, 2018.


This collaborative album fuses the poetry of Conyer Clayton and the musical compositions of Nathanael Larochette. It was released alongside it's sister project, the chapbook, Mitosis.

It follows my ongoing process of grief, closure, and healing following the death of my mother in 2010.

Available for listening and purchase at my bandcamp, and all streaming services.

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

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

Released November 23, 2019

Written and performed by Conyer Clayton

Check it out on my bandcamp!

Various performances of visual and sound poetry, written, scored, directed, and mastered by nina jane drystek. Performed by myself, nina jane dyrstek, Chris Johnson, and jw curry. You can check out some of the recordings of nina jane's compositions on her bandcamp.

Satellite” used in a score entitled “Satellite Lunation” by Rylee Short, 2019


“Contents” and “Full Sunlight” used in scores by Chris Kincaid, 2013