|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Grain||4||Audio||2003||Dorobo Limited Editions|
|2||Terminal Hz||5||Audio||2000-09-00||Ground Fault Recordings|
|3||Live At L'Usine||4||Audio||2008-10-00||Cave12|
(b. 1956, Melbourne, Australia) David Brown has been involved in the Melbourne experimental, art rock/punk rock scene since the mid-seventies with such groups as False Start, Signals and Dumb and the Ugly. The first two of these groups began from associations made around the time he was completing a diploma of fine arts.
Current projects include punk jazz band Bucketrider, Lazy - an improvising duo with percussionist Sean Baxter, improv/sound art group Western Grey with Baxter and Philip Samartzis, psychedelic electronic duo Terminal Hz with KK Null from Japan, prepared improvisational group Pateras/Baxter/Brown as well as more occasional groups The Greg Kingston Big Band and The Crowded Foxhole, the latter with son Louis Peake.
In all these projects Brown has continued to develop a vocabulary that runs the gamut from rock bassist through experimental guitarist to sound artist. In addition, his activities as a solo improviser and composer have been consolidated by, or germinated from, a return to education with the aim to research the relationship between digital recording and improvisatory techniques, concluding in an M.A. completed at RMIT, Melbourne, in 2001.