Gary Bradbury is an Australian electronic musician active in Sydney's experimental music scene since 1979 where he was an early member of pioneering post punk / industrial outfit Severed Heads, from 1981 to 1985, appearing on the albums: Since the Accident, City Slab Horror, Blubberknife and Clifford Darling, Please Don't
Live In The Past. His early work specialized in found sound manipulation especially tape using reel to reel and tape decks, as well as experiments with customized pianola scrolls. In 1988 he released his first solo album, Drug Induced Sex Rituals.
During the 1990's he teamed up with Jason Gee in the group Size who had one album on the Zonar label in 1997. More recently he has been working with the Sydney Theatre Company on score's for Hamlet and Macbeth. In the last decade he has been working solo relasing two albums Ruffini Corpuscle in 2003 and Instant Obvillian in 2005, on the Dual Plover label.
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