Where are you? You’re in the online home of Momo:tempo, and you’re very welcome. You can put your feet on the ice-cool leather sofas and everything. Drink?
Momo is the production house of music maker and creative Timo Peach – or Tim, or TC, or Timothy Charles if you want to get suddenly serious. Or just Mo. Together with other creative friends, Momo gets up to various playful things while attempting to explore aspects of the human-planet future, often through art. And art for him means the adventure of music – with a core sound that is a cheeky cocktail of leftfield electro-pop. Momo:tempo’s own take on electronic new wave. Retrofuturism. Fringe club music. Digital-funk cabaret. Something like that.
In his splendidly original artist recordings, as well as composing for television, film, theatre and fine art projects and of course in his colourful live outings with the Momo:tempo Electro Pops Orchestra, Momo draws on some broad creative influences, even though his unmistakeable voice somehow creeps through into all of his work. From Art Pop to Krautrock, electro-swing theatre to spoken work score, down-tempo or flirting with the fringes of progressive house, Momo:tempo may be a roller coaster of groove, sound, story and stage, but you are safely strapped in during each of those brain swerves and soaring tummy-turns, arriving back where you started in one piece with an adorable snapshot of you being ill at the top of the last crescendo.
And, when he’s not lost in music, the wider spectrum of Momo’s creative life gets Mr Peach working as a writer, designer and creative director, presenter, voice artist and occasional preachy speaker. While his podcast and blog, Unsee The Future, explores his interest in encouraging a more sustainable human-planet future, often through the lens of science fiction.
If you’re new to Momo and you’d like to cut straight to the heart of the work and hear some examples of what Mr Peach gets up to while you’re earning a proper living, just click straight to the Demo pages to hear some of the in-world classics.
Alternatively, if you’d like a little creative support for something, then why not get in touch via the Paparazzo page? Momo may even answer the phone himself, as his staff have busy and interesting lives. Show yourself around.