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The Original African Indianz

Lead Guitar.

Lead guitarist for THE ORIGINAL AFRICAN INDIANZ, an energetic 6-8 piece live band fronted by New York City native Ant Thatcher. The OAI have performed at Glastonbury Festival, The Green Man Festival, Womad (w/ DJEMBE THUNDER), The Queen Elizabeth Hall (w/ THE CRASS COLLECTIVE) and with The English Philharmonic Orchestra for a DVD release.

Project Neptune

Guitars, Synthersizers, Programming, Songwriter

Space-rock duo w/ drummer Michele Camasso, augmented live with sequencing, synthesizers. Performances include The Windmill, Brixton, U.K. supporting Publicist (TRANS AM). With the addition of bassist Jack Freeman, the band evolved into JUPITER HACK (see below).

Jupiter Hack

Guitars, Songwriter, Arranger.

A three piece instrumental, space-rock jam band w/ Jack Freeman [bass] and Michele Camasso [drums].

Spirito Lounge

Guitars, Arranger.

An improvised live performance exploring jazz, latin and soul grooves, with tribute to the work of jazz guitarist GRANT GREEN (Blue Note Records). Selections below from an extended improvised performance at Avalon, Soho, London features Graeme "Grim" Evelyn (Percussion), James Ryan (Drums) & Ray Wright (Bass).

Two Dollar Hooker

Guitars, Synthersizers, Programming, Arranger, Songwriter, Mixing, Engineering, Producer.

Inspired by throwing a successful string of house parties in Brixton, South London with popular Brixton DJ Barry Sims, Bradley was given a MOOG Prodigy which kickstarted a dramatic shift into exploring EDM production yet retaining the spirit of vintage soul and rock n roll.

With Sims opting out of a band but remaining as counsel, Bradley invited vocalist Ry Slack to sing on newly formed demos. The duo expanded to a live four piece, featuring Greg Browne on drums and were one of the first live acts to utlise Ableton Live for routing, sequencing and triggering.

Highlights were Scott Ford (THE TWILIGHT SINGERS, GREG DULLI) championing the band's demos on his cult LA radio show, and regular performances at The Windmill, Brixton. Subsequently, the band were invited to perform by Punchdrunk Creative Producer Colin Nightinggale at MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH, Battersea Arts Centre, South London, opening for BASEMENT JAXX in the Grand Hall.

With difficulty finding management despite encouragement from the likes of M PEOPLE, PET SHOP BOYS and Sony BMG A&R, the duo self-completed their debut album to mixed results before parting ways. Bradley recruited Marcel Van Limbeek (TORI AMOS) to assist with Mastering their as of yet unreleased self produced debut.

Abi Bridgeman

Lead & Slide Guitars.

Lead guitarist for ABI BRIDGEMAN, featuring performances at Proud Camden, Miss USSR UK finals @ The Troxy, Hard Rock Cafe London.

ZenFm / FosseyTango

Lead & Slide Guitars, Co-Songwriter.

Featuring a rotating cast of London's top live musical talent, led by vocalist and bandleader John Fossey. Frequently headlining all over the London circuit and as house band for central London clubs including Chinawhites and Kensingston Roof Gardens. During it's time, the act became one of London's busiest original rock and roll acts on the live circuit, performing to approx. 1000 people per month through their shows.

Contributed slide guitars to "I'm Free" for the FosseyTango charity album, featuring Phil Mazanera (ROXY MUSIC), Glen Matlock (SEX PISTOLS), Frances Ruffelle, Rachel Stevens, Jarvis Church and an unreleased collaboration between Jimmy Page (LED ZEPPELIN) and actor singer David Soul (STARSKY & HUTCH).

Drift & Provide

Lead Guitar.

Helmed by vocalist/producer/multi-instrumentalist Valerio Recenti (MY PROPANE), the four piece alternative rock act committed to a persistant run of dynamic performances on the London live circuit. Bradley was intermittently fired, with the band threatening to quit unless invited back. then rehired for his explosive approach.

The line-up went seperate ways before Recenti moved on to form MY PROPANE and relocated to the Netherlands, their 2019 effort “Antidote” released via Darkside records.


Guitarist, Songwriter, Production.

A folk, noir dream pop trio featuring Joe Ruddy RIP (electric and double bass) and Jessica Winsterstein, supported by Mark Buckingham (drums). The band recorded a slowcore cover of BLIND MELON's "Mouthful of Cavaties" from the album "Soup", released on Capitol Records 1995. The cover was featured on the Blind Melon Tribute album "Twenty Stories below", released on the Yak Music label in 2006.

Blind Melon guitarist Rogers Stevens described the rendition as "...beautifully played and beautifully sung. I feel like I just took a valium."

Video for "You'll Never Know". Directed by Lewis Albrow.

Jess & Rob performing a cover of OPAL's (Kendra Smith, David Roback) "Fell From The Sun" @ Paisley Underground, The Windmill, Brixton, 2008.


Roles: Guitarist, Songwriter, Arranger.

A four piece alt rock/pop outfit featuring Joe Ruddy RIP (Bass), Mark Buckingham (Drums) and Ry Slack (Vocals). The band were invited to perform for a live filming at BBC television studios.