Zahara is a multidisciplinary force - she has worked as a journalist, visual artist, musician, designer, creative thinker, producer and art director. She has been in bands since her teens. She is also a collage artist (hand cut paper / video) under the alter ego Availability Uncertain; and with a specific interest in perception she is a strong believer in its variability and the evocative power of visual narratives. Zahara has studied Sociology, holds a degree in Philosophy and diplomas in several holistic approaches to the mind-body connection, including Gestalt.

Ben is a deconstructor and inventor, musician and music technologist with background in audio visual production, art direction and performance arts. Ben has studies in Mime and in Music Technology and has an special interest in forming new visions of music in the digital landscape, specially through a visual perspective, challenging technologies beyond the borders of what is considered to be feasible.

Long Lost Brother managed his previuos duo Repairman and he has also been producer, engineer & music technology mentor.






York Art Gallery - Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition - York, UK (2019)

Piece: Don’t Say A Word, from The New Machine III series

Irene Taylor Trust - Music In Prisons - Sounding Out Programme COMMISSION - Online pieces (2018-2019)

The Vaults – Kinetica Museum Exhibition -  Waterloo, London, UK (2018)
Piece: Propagation

Lauren Baker gallery – Covent Garden, London, UK (2018)
Piece: Don’t Say A Word, from The New Machine III series

Cairotronica – Palace of Arts, Cairo, Egypt (2018)
Piece: Audio Visual Music Machine

Kinetica Museum 10th Anniversary – Spitalfields, London, UK (2017)
Piece: Astral Music Projections

Barbican Centre – Deconstructing Mozart & Beethoven with the New York Philharmonic, for NYPhil’s biennial residency at Barbican Centre – Barbican, London, UK (2015)

inTRANSIT Festival Of Arts – Portobello, London, UK (2014)
Piece: Audio Visual Music Machine

Roundhouse – Camden Beach Exhibition – Camden, London, UK (2014)
Piece: Audio Visual Music Machine)

Roundhouse – Reverb Festival: “Giant interactive sonic playground”– Camden, London, UK (2014)
Piece: Audio Visual Music Machine

inHouse Film Festival – Manor House, London, UK (2014)
Piece: Audio Visual Music Machine

Barbican Centre – We Create: “Technology for Self Expression” – Barbican, London, UK (2014)
Piece: Audio Visual Music Machine


Lauren Baker gallery – Covent Garden, London, UK  (2018)

Kinetica Museum’s 10th anniversary – Spitalfields, London, UK (2017)

London Interactive Music Meetup - Google Campus - Old Street, London, UK (2016)

New Punks on the Block Festival - Digital Punks panel - London City University, London, UK (2016)

MusicTechFest – London, UK (2015)

5/15 – Fitch – London, UK (2015)

Southpaw’s “Furiously Curious” - Kent, UK (2015)

CultureTech (“Technology and The Performing Arts” panel curated by Barbican Centre), Derry, Northern Ireland, UK (2013)


Aesthetica Magazine – Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology 2018 ­“Future Now: 100 Contemporary Artists”

Kolaj Magazine - Kolaj #19 -
‘For lovers of collage, The Nyco Project is a rare opportunity to see just how far the genre can go’.

StyleBiblio – #1 “Otherness” -

On The New Machine app:

The Guardian - top 10 apps of the week
MusicWeek - The Tastemakers  - “Genius”
Stereolab - “bold”
InvasionMag - “Possibly the coolest EP to have ever existed. Ever”


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