News / Events Archive
Work on a new Mortise of Thililua album underway
July 25, 2018
The first music from The Mortise of Thililua project since 2016 has surfaced. One track so far entitled ‘Sad World’sRead more.
Plesiosaur~ now on Spotify…
April 28, 2018
You can follow Plesiosaur~ on Spotify here…Read more.
Tonesucker return to Berlin for Noiseberg #78
January 5, 2018
Tonesucker will be appearing at Noiseberg #78 in Berlin on the 4th February 2018.Read more.
The album ‘Harvest’ is now available on Onoma/Two
June 25, 2017
The album ‘Harvest’ is now available to buy as digital download on the Onoma Research Bandcamp site. https://onomaresearch.bandcamp.com/album/harvest The sleeveRead more.
Industrial Poppies by The Loch Ness Monster digitised
May 2, 2017
Industrial Poppies by The Loch Ness Monster was first released in the mid 1980s on the Hamster Records label. OnomaRead more.
All tracks from ‘Harvest’ now available
July 19, 2016
The whole album, ‘Harvest’, by The Mortise of Thililua is now available to listen to here. It will be releasedRead more.
There’s a World Video Now Available
April 12, 2016
A video for the track 'There's a World' is now available to watch here or on Vimeo.Read more.
The Mortise of Thililua Project
February 3, 2016
New material released for the project The Mortise of Thililiua. 4 Tracks have been made available on Soundcloud. The work isRead more.
Lots happening as we approach 2016
December 7, 2015
Tonesucker will be playing in Ipswich on the 27th December as part of an all day festival. See here forRead more.
REVIEW of ‘Falling’ by Richard Allen of A Closer Listen
July 27, 2015
Read a nice review of the Plesiosaur~ album ‘Falling’ by Richard Allen of A Closer Listen. Find out why heRead more.
New Album Released
June 5, 2015
The new plesiosaur~ album, ‘Falling’ is now available as a ‘pay what you like’ download or limited edition CD fromRead more.
REVIEW of ‘Memorial’ by Richard Allen of A Closer Listen
March 25, 2014
REVIEW: Memorial may come as a surprise to Tonesucker fans, since Steven Elsey’s solo effort is more expansive than abrasive.Read more.