* Commissioned piece for Ears Have Ears show on FBi radio, Sydney – “Feels
* Drive West Today track “The Waterhole” contained in Convergence compilation

Past albums
All albums can be downloaded for FREE from Bandcamp – just put a zero in the amount when buying it.

Acousmatic Ecology part 1: A Query (2012)
Released July 2012 on CD and as FREE digital download from Bandcamp

Pardon? Acousmatic Ecology part 2 (2012)
Released – December 2012 on CD and FREE digital download
– The recordings in the Acousmatic Ecology series are a document of one moment in a long slow exploration of stops and starts and counterintuition. All aimed at creating stillness within a maelstrom of anxiety and the elevation of the soul in the midst of confusion, attempting to take the listener into the performing experience.
– all music improvised by joshua santospirito
recorded and mixed by Ryan Lynch from scrapbook studios
May-June, 2012 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

A Shitload Less Understanding Than What is Required (2010)
The Musical concept here was around ideas that I had gathered whilst driving around the deserts of Central Australia working in Aboriginal communities in the area of mental health.
– Recorded in late 2009 and 2010 in Hobart, Tasmania
all music improvised and guitars played – joshua santospirito
tracks 1-4 recorded by Anthony Rochester
tracks 5-8 recorded by Jordan Marson
all tracks mixed by James Tulczyn

Is This A Desert? (2006)
Made in 2006, whilst living and working in Alice Springs, Central Australia. This album is the interpretation of the landscape and the stories that have been inserted into the landscape of the Australian outback.

The Balloon (2004)
Music was made as a response to living in urban Melbourne and Sydney as well as Dante’s Paradiso.
Sometimes the pieces of music relate to what Josh dreamt lay beyond the concrete and buildings of the inner cities.

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