In addition to noises made under the name BOSCH, Steven George Jones also makes noise in other forms, in other places, sometimes for other people.
According to the Ty Cerdd database for Welsh composers, his work utilises a “lo-fi aesthetic and DIY sensibility in combining field recordings, found sound and sonic manipulation to produce audio collages with emphases on texture, dissonance and repetition.”
He is a regular contributor to the Abstract Baking Collective, a free-improvisation troupe he co-founded in 2016.
In addition to composing soundtracks for BOSCH FILM, Steven George Jones has also scored The Shaman Of Rust (2015) by Massimo Salvatore.
He has composed sound pieces for installations and exhibitions by artists Anna Bush Crews (Hammered, 2014), Marion Cheung (Lost Connections, 2015) and Marega Palser (Framing The Transient Now, 2018).
His sound piece I Came To Crete To Die was featured as part of the Radiophrenia’s 2017 experimental radio station broadcasting from Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Art and as part of Borealis Festival 2018, a festival for experimental music in Bergen, Norway and has been broadcast on London’s Resonance FM and New York’s Wave Farm WGXC.