Songwriter + Composer
Thomas Negovan is a performer and orchestra director who records with analog and archaic technologies.
In 2011 Negovan gave the TEDx talk By Popular Demand in which he explained the process of recording an entire album without the use of electricity and the process of releasing the first single on wax cylinder in over half a century.
“Like scratchy field recordings gathered from dreams… unique and soulful.”
Bauhaus, Love & Rockets
“Truly unusual and genuinely compelling.”
"Terry Gilliam describes the inspiration for his masterpiece Brazil - sitting on the chemical blackened beach of Port Talbot in the late '70's, imagining tuning into long wave broadcasts of vaguely familiar songs on his rusty wireless. Well, this is what he would have heard - Tom's voice sounding like dust, tunes out of time, the ethereal humanness missing from the plastic perfection of the digital world."
Director and artist