Birdengine is the musical project of Lawry Joseph Tilbury, whose unique music has been described by The Independent as 'beautiful, backwards weirdness'.
Having released two EP's of early experimental work on Scottish label Benbecula Records in 2005, described by Stylus Magazine as, 'The first relevant work of freak folktronica', Birdengine then went on to produce the mini-album 'I Fed Thee Rabbit Water' (released on Drift Records in 2007) described by The Independent as 'a 25-minute pastoral masterpiece'. 2011’s release of 'The Crooked Mile', saw Birdengine record his first full-length album. Uncut wrote ‘it whirls like a waltz for the dead - the results are unmistakable and unsettling’.
Birdengine has been privileged to play with many different artists across Europe and has also played the magnificent Green Man Festival, as well as End Of The Road and Glastonbury.
‘..an unknown supernatural force..’
‘..like visiting a museum of curiosities...rustic-mythic weirdness..’
‘Creepy lo-fi, folky weirdness’
‘Both unnerving and intriguing in equal measures’
‘Nervy pastoral loneliness’