My debut solo LP "Thunderclap Spring", released in 2009 on Blackmaps (UK/Japan) to some critical acclaim (the BBC said some nice things, and everyone seemed to like my Joy Division cover).
Written in my mid to late teen years, and recorded on the inbuilt microphone on my laptop between Melbourne Australia & Kyoto Japan, this super lo-fi record speaks of growing up in the suburbs, a heavy pot addiction, a failed romance, an overwhelming fear of death, and a real commitment to never recording more than one take. My mum co-wrote a couple of the tracks. Thanks, mum.
You can get the digital version here. Also, I still have a handful of pre-aged vintage style modern cassette tapes available - get in touch if you'd like to buy one.
My second solo LP "Sorry, Morning", quietly released in 2013, was recorded between Germany and London.
It was recored a little better, and lyrically it's a bit more cold. But the songs are mostly about me. In fact they're all about me, even the ones where I say it's about someone else. Except the breakup song. That's definitely not about me. But it also kind of is. Or is it? I guess you'll never know. -Pascal Babare, 2016
You can get the digital version here. I also have some lovely cardboard gatefold CDs, which come with a big fold-out poster of the artwork and lyrics inside. Get in touch if you'd like to buy one.