Thud, Crackle, Pop

This 2014 travelling exhibition was themed around vinyl records and was set up like a record store. It appeared in London, Harrogate, Manchester and Sheffield and consisted of various paintings themed around records, record stores and song titles, as well as interactive installations such as a 7" record player on which visitors could play some of Pete's favourite records, all of which had stories written on them.

There was also a sound booth which played a poem written specially by Ralph Dartford. Two of the paintings featured multiple records which represented the top ten favourite albums of some of Pete's music loving friends: Paddy Considine, Noel Gallagher, Richard Hawley, Mary Anne Hobbs, Vicky McClure, Jonny Owen, Marc Riley, Paul Smith, Toddla T, Paul Weller and Irvine Welsh.