Music

Former member of Neon Highwire (2008-2016), discography available here:

Neon Highwire were a London, UK based three piece electronic act consisting of Steven Morgan, Luke Fussell and Jim Dippie. The band’s 2009 début EP Luminescence was described by Rock Sound magazine as “cutting their angular-chops in all the right places”. It included the single Neon Blink, subsequently released on Blue Dove Records with a number of remix b-sides and also featured in a Finnish TV show created by Jere Vainikka. It also featured Under Moonlight, featured in the film “Maya’s Voice”, a favourite of Tom Robinson (BBC) and James Theaker (NME) and voted track named track of the year by Sherwood Radio. They gained a reputation for their extravagant live shows that included performances with Pete & The Pirates, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs & Dragonette. Pop Will Eat Itself hand chose the band for supports for their reunion shows. They released two EPs, one album, and a number of singles and remixes.

 

Former member of Antiba (2000-2006), discography available here:

Antiba were a Bath, UK based four piece rock band consisting of Steven Morgan, Luke Fussell, Chris Haggarty and Matt Jones. They recorded an EP in 2002, won a battle of the bands competition allowing more recording in 2003, then returned to the studio one last time in 2006 before disbanding.

 

Performs solo as Steven Morgan, StEvie & Infinite Morgan:

 

Former member of Virus (1999-2000), discography here:

Virus were a Bridgend, UK based five piece rock band consisting of Steven Morgan, Scott Llewellyn, Iestyn Williams, Craig Edmunds and Chris Jenkins.