The Tyndall Assembly and myself got a brief mention in today's Advertiser annual Oscarts listings for 2007. Under the heading of 'Best Experimental Music' the entry reads:
Tristram Louth Robbins (sic)
The computer sonic radical and founder of the Tyndall Assembly series ensured sound bites in Adelaide.
I'm not entirely sure what a 'computer sonic radical' is, but I'm happy with the publicity and send kudos to the Advertiser for the mention.