These are the albums we have made so far, below that are some improvs, then recordings from my previous band and a solo album.
This album will be available on the 27th October via Bandcamp
This album is currently being remastered and will be available on Bandcamp shortly...
Terminal Transit 
This is short, more like an EP. We did this mostly with REAPER, Ableton Live, Max MSP (vinyl scratching, microtuning), Scala, U-He synths, Renoise Redux. We also used some hardware: Korg MS-20, Nord Lead, Filter Factory. Written and recorded by Mark Bothwick and Bill Cargill in South London, 2015/16. Mixed by Bill, 2016.
Written and recorded by Mark Bothwick and Bill Cargill in South London, 2012. Mixed by Bill, 2014.
Recorded between October 2010 and June 2011, Knobs was edited from live sessions. The music was performed without computers, the recording and editing were done using REAPER. The performers were Bill Cargill and Manus Pitt with guests Mark Bothwick, Luis Celomundo, Louis Tompkins and Dino Christodoulou.
Spray Bearings 
Produced in the summer of 2010, Spray Bearings was edited from live sessions. The music was performed without computers, the recording and editing were done using REAPER. The performers were Bill Cargill, Manus Pitt and Mark Bothwick with guest Richard Whitehead.
Home Made Tank 
Written and produced by Mark Bothwick, Bill Cargill and Manus Pitt. Recorded live at 1N44 studio, UWE Bristol in Summer 2009.
Laser Jerk 
Written and produced by Mark Bothwick and Bill Cargill with drumming by Mark Whatley. Recorded live in Redfield, Bristol during Summer 2008.
Songs of Funtasia 
Written and produced by Mark Bothwick and Bill Cargill. Recorded live in Redfield, Bristol during Summer 2007. 'Process' co-written with James Thomas.
Unity Gain Recordings
No Such Error also hosted improvisation sessions inviting other musicians to collaborate, here are some of the edited recordings.
Produced by Mark Bothwick and Bill Cargill. Recorded live in Redfield, Bristol during Summer 2007.
Thanks to all who played: Mark Whatley, James Thomas, James Cargill, Richard Whitehead, Luis Celomundo, Louis Tompkins and Dino Christodoulou.
Improv edits [2005 - 2008]
Based in Bristol the band was Mark Whatley (drums), Richard Whitehead (bass) and Bill (guitar)
Miscellaneous [1998 - 2001]
These tracks were recorded between 1999 and 2001, I think. We had a rehearsal space in Bristol that was previously a Sony repair centre, we hired it from Rikk Axxe who had a guitar shop out front. We were learning about recording as we went. We did three tracks at Bink Bonk Studio, Cotham (Desire,State of Mind and el Diablo) with Matt Sampson. All of it was mixed by Rich Whitehead on a PC using Cubase.
This was supposed to come out on Bristol 'trip-hop' label Cup of Tea Records but the label disintegrated as we were making it. It was produced by Si John (Federation, Reprazent) and recorded at his house in Totterdown. It features Trevor Francis(percussion) and Matt Bowskill(keyboards).
Submarine Address 
This was produced by Si John and Alex Swift at The Coach House studio in Clifton. Actually, they arranged and programmed a lot of it too, as I didn't have a clue. I'd never been in a studio before.
Also, Broadcast produced Steal A Kiss which we recorded in Birmingham.
It was supposed to come out on Cup of Tea Records and I think it got released in Europe but not in the UK.
This has got Mark Whatley doing some poems and percussion, Jeff Luther playing Djembe and Pete Smith playing flute.
Thanks to Geraint Williams for the photography and Phil Reese for the graphic design.