We’re happy to announce the long-awaited arrival of the latest volume in our irregular series of irregular mixtapes. From Les Barker’s take on the Met Office shipping forecast to The Boundway at hawthorn time via Roger Deakin’s garden, the tracks for Spoken Word & Nature Disco 3 have once again been selected by our very […]
Back in August, we shared Concrete Antenna, a sound installation by Tommy Perman, Simon Kirby and Caught by the River contributor Rob St John for the new landmark tower at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop. We are delighted to say that the project’s accompanying LP – minimal piano, sparse electronica and processed field recordings, inspired by the […]
Daylight Versions is the debut full-length album from London quintet The Leaf Library, due out on 30 October via wiaiwya. The record is full of wonderfully woozy, drone-pop tunes about meteorology, the seasons and the incoming sea; from songs about the ghostly Suffolk coastline to the slowly rising waters of London marshes.
Simon Scott, Insomni (Ash International/Touch) Review by Ian Preece One of the absolute beauties of 2015 is James Blackshaw’s Summoning Sons LP. There was a time back in the spring/early summer when I couldn’t get through a day without a quick shot of its easy, jazzy vibe, its slightly shambling insouciance, all propelled along with […]