Caught by the River


30th October 2013


Lost woodcuts of artist and folklorist Theo Brown, uncovered by Devon Folklore Tapes.

Restoring the Red River: encouraging news of the restoration of Manchester’s River Medlock can be found on the Urban Trout blog.

Nashville Ear Control: bespoke mixtapes created by William Tyler, maker of Impossible Truth (Merge Records), one of our album’s of the year.

Having our books and fanzines stocked in Lissom & Muster.

Seeing William Raban’s film, Thames, at the Estuary exhibition, Museum of London Docklands.

Seven Lengths of Vermont: The Paddle.
In the approximately 260 miles of river that we explored between the small town of Canaan and the small town of Vernon—miles rich with bald eagles, smallmouth bass, slapping beaver tails, oxbows, covered bridges, party barges, cornfields, submerged tires, protruding logs, lily pads, and drifty cloudscontinued on the Orion blog.