A relentless live schedule has seen him appear alongside Sparks, James Yuill, Gotye, Noah & The Whale, Casiokids and Au Revoir Simone as well as doing numerous sessions for Radio 1, BBC Wales, BBC Bristol, Channel M and Balcony TV.
Rod’s material has become increasingly multi-layered and textured as his production skills have gone from strength to strength. Working with Boom Bip (of recent Neon Neon fame) on key Bright Light Bright Light tracks ‘A New Word To Say’ and ‘Disco Moment’ has paved the way for a more shimmering and shiny outlook which fills dancefloors just as much as the softer tones of ‘Same Old Lines’ gather crowds at festivals.
As well as working on his own material, Bright Light Bright Light has become a favoured remixer, commissioned to rework tracks for Gotye, James Yuill, Goldie Lookin Chain, Sam Isaac, Run Toto Run, Tim & Sam’s Tim & The Sam Band and The Very Most.
All this along with a writing partnership with James Yuill, and various side projects to emerge later in 2009, lead for very exciting things to come
Edited by Petrucha on 17 Jul 2012, 20:41
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