See also: Apps with Brian Eno and others.

Brian Eno – The Ship (album / installations)

Engineering and additional keyboards for The Ship, both in the studio and at multi-speaker installations in Stockholm, Barcelona and Geneva. Credited as Technical Director for Barcelona installation.

Further credits to come once the album has been released (April 29th 2016)

Karl Hyde – Edgelands
Musical Director / Live Keyboards for tour promoting the Underworld vocalist’s solo debut.

November 2012
Brian Eno – Lux
(Additional mixing / Engineering)

July 2012
Brian Eno – Music for the Great Gallery

Installation created for the Venaria Reale in Turin, which later became ‘Lux’ above. My role largely consisted of quietly wandering round the huge gallery wearing socks monitoring how it sounded. Nice.

January 2012
Letka – Far Off Country
Debut alt-country CD recorded with vocalist Sandra O’Neill, featuring a guest appearance from Brian Eno on backing vocals and production

October 2011
Slow Electric
Debut CD from band featuring Tim Bowness (vocals), Peter Chilvers, Robert Jürjendal and Aleksei Saks

July 2011

Brian Eno with the Words of Rick Holland – Drums Between the Bells (Technologicality, Compiled bonus CD)

November 2010

Brian Eno – Small Craft on a Milk Sea (Recording Supervisor and Sonic Archivist)

December 2009

Lovely Bones (Musical assistant to Brian Eno)

October 2009

Natalie Imbruglia – Come to Life (Programming on “Fun”, engineered demo recording with Chris Martin)

September 2008

Spore (“Generative Consultant” on Soundtrack by Brian Eno)

August 2008

David Byrne & Brian Eno – Everything That Happens Will Happen Today (Digital Archeologist)


A Marble Calm – Blue Turns to Grey (Vinyl only release on Tonefloat)

Peter Chilvers – Piano (Solo Piano improvisations, Burning Shed CD)


A Marble Calm – Surfacing (Burning Shed CD Release with Jon Hart, and guest appearances from Tim Bowness, Sandra O’Neill, Theo Travis and Rob Jackson)

[Earlier dates to be added as soon as I remember what I did.]

9 Responses to Releases

  1. Arno van der Lee says:

    Hi Peter,

    Just wanted to say thank you for you beautiful music. I am only familiar with A Marble Calm. Looking forward to the release of Slow Electric. And also for the cd-release of Blue Turns To Grey.

    Thank you,

    • Hello Arno,

      Thank you for the kind comments, I’m glad you liked A Marble Calm. Slow Electric is in very similar territory, although more song orientated. I hope you’ll enjoy that too.

      I’m hoping Blue Turns to Grey will be completed next year, along with a rerelease of California, Norfolk. There should also be a number of new releases before that. A busy year!

      Best wishes,


  2. Arno van der Lee says:

    Hi Peter,

    Thanks for the info. I’ve been searching for some of the stuff you and Tim made but I was either not succesful or put of by the price asked by the seller. So it’s good to know that it is to be re-released in the end. Thanks for getting back at me and expectations for Slow Electric have raised…


  3. Arno van der Lee says:

    Hi Peter,

    My copy of Slow Electric arrived last tuesday. I’ve been listening to the album for some 5-10 times now. And it’s stunningly beautiful…


  4. Arno van der Lee says:

    Hi Peter,
    Read your comment about your solo-piano album, somewhere else on this site. The stuff about ECM. I’ve got a truckload of ECM-label albums myself. That ‘ECM-quality’ is (sort of) shining through in the Slow Electric album! The atmosphere and the ‘open’ sound.

    That’s definetly what I hear in Slow Electric’s music. I will check your piano-album soon, okay?


    • Hi Arno,

      Sorry for the exceptionally slow reply, I somehow missed this. Thanks for the comments on Slow Electric. The ECM label has been a huge influence on all four members of the band, and Tim and I have wanted to something more firmly in that territory for a long time.

      Best wishes,


  5. Carlo Lo Cascio says:

    Hi Peter,

    I’ve been enjoying your music in the last ten years, from “He Wrote This” to “Slow Electric” passing through A Marble Calm” and “California, Norfolk”. One question: is there any chance to get (somehow or somewhere) the live CDR Bowness/Chilvers Toronto, Ontario? The set list is wonderful! Please let me know. Thanks! Carlo

    • Hi Carlo,

      Thank you for your email, I’m delighted to hear that you’ve been enjoying the albums I’ve been involved in.

      The live CDR was never an official release, but was distributed between fans with our blessing – in fact, I mixed it myself, rather than have it as an untreated desk recording. Probably your best bet would be to try the no-man discussion list and see if anyone will run you a copy. Alternatively, I hear that young people have discovered a way of sharing mp3s online somehow. I don’t know if that caught on 🙂

      Best wishes,


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