Writer, musician, late night radio DJ and MD at Lo Fi Arts
Independent writer and music maker Chris T-T has been one of the UK’s most consistently acclaimed artists for 15 years without ever bothering the charts, nor compromising his radical, psychedelic songs.
Active since the late 1990s, Chris has released nine solo albums and since 2007 been signed to Xtra Mile Recordings (Against Me!, Frank Turner, To Kill A King).
He has been Artist-In-Residence (Popular Music) at Leeds Beckett University; delivered a TEDx talk on the generation gap; taken a one-man show of A.A. Milne poems to Edinburgh Fringe and spent six months in 2013 as Writer-In-Residence at Brighton's iconic Royal Pavilion & Museums. He has also composed music on commission for the World Health Organisation, Natural History Museum and Halloween Society.
Chris has spoken at Boring Conference, Great Escape Convention, Brighton Digital Festival and others, as well as writing for New Public Thinkers, Huffington Post, The Morning Star, Dark Mountain, NME.com, Louder Than War and others.
He hosts weekly late night folk music radio show Chris T-T’s Midnight Campfire on Brighton’s Juice 107.2 (Sussex, UK) – archived to stream worldwide via totallyradio.com.
"I'm stoked for Radio // Future Sounds right now – and excited to be involved. There's an audio revolution going on, as great as any cultural shift, so it's about time this was represented at Brighton Digital Festival. With new localised DAB in Brighton, we're right at the forefront of the UK.
I came back to radio via podcasts and in two years it's had easily the biggest impact on my day-to-day life of any cultural form. I think Radio // Future Sounds can sketch out a roadmap to something truly incredible."