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01 Whip Poor Will (3:10) by Cath & Phil Tyler
This is an excerpt from The Hind Wheels of Bad Luck.

2008 saw Anglo-American duo Cath & Phil Tyler release their debut album ‘Dumb Supper’ to great critical acclaim across all divides of the modern folk landscape – as Plan B rightly noted, “Dumb Supper is one of those rare modern folk albums that will find a home both in the longstanding ‘traditional’ music community and among those attracted to the form’s more experimental and lo-fi possibilities”.... read more
02 Polly On The Shore (5:39) by Black Flowers
This is an excerpt from I Grew from a Stone to a Statue.

Alex Neilson's peripatetic travels through the musical landscapes of this isle and beyond seem to have reached some kind of milestone with "I Grew From A Stone Into A Statue". A summation to date of his musical praxis and a vertiginous launch pad into a number of possible futures...read more
03 Leaving Eden (4:48) by Steffen Basho-Junghans
This is an excerpt from IS.

Whether working with the paintbrush, the guitar or the pen, Steffen manages to conjure up works of extreme intensity, focus and creativity. Initially, highly influenced by Basho, the Japanese poet and diarist of 17th century…read more
04 Lewitt (4:14) by Paul Baran
This is an excerpt from Panoptic

Paul Baran is a composer, electro-acoustic sound designer and improviser based in Glasgow, Scotland. Baran will undertake an artistic residency at the prestigeous STEIM facility in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in 2009Partially inspired by the writings of the theorist Jeremy Bentham and the concept of globalization, assisted by Werner Dafeldecker, Ekkehard Ehlers, Keith Rowe, Andrea Belfi...read more
05 Road to Bardo (4:25) by Barn Owl
This is an excerpt from From Our Mouths a Perpetual Light

It's been quite a whirlwind ride for Barn Owl since they made their debut on Foxglove a few years ago. In such a short time period they've emerged as one of the premier bands on the West Coast. This duo of Evan Caminiti and Jon Porras are as good as it gets and this is their opus. Originally released on vinyl by the good folks at Not Not Fun, "From Our Mouths a Perpetual Light" is an epic offering to the sun gods.... read more




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