I’ve released a new, longform piece today for free download, or pay what you want, if you’re so inclined. It’s entitled Prelapsarian and you can get it here.
This is a mediation on the lumbering, sneering bulk of Time; and on forgotten places, occluded spaces, in days past I choose to recall as more innocent. It is for Jill, with love.
The piece was recorded in earlier this Spring 2014 and mixed and mastered this month, in Edinburgh. A small, private, physical edition for friends is contemplated.
Let me know what you think of it.
Firstly, a happy new year to everyone. I’ve decided to create a more manageable mailing list and you can subscribe from the link on the right hand side. The messages on this list will be fairly infrequent and should supplement the material on this site. Equally, not everything on here will make its way onto the mailing list, or at least not immediately.
I’m planning on there being a lot more music from me in 2014. I’m currently working on a long-form piece, Sew the Blue Sail, which should be finished shortly. This will be released as a limited CD and download on Dust, Unsettled, and I’m currently exploring options for the packaging. More on that soon.
Finally, I’m hoping there will be releases from other artists on Dust, Unsettled this year too. I’m not accepting demos at the moment, but expect some more news on future releases soon. I’ve set up a separate mailing list for the label here. There are quite a few on my own mailing list who aren’t on the DU list, so please feel free to sign up to both.
All the best for 2014!
Available from today, and for free, gratis, whatever, if you so choose, is a new work 56 Revealings which was destined for release on cassette but the label ceased operations. The two events are surely unconnected. Anyway, here’s 50 new minutes of music from me across two sides of abstraction. I hope you enjoy it.
Separately, I thought I would resurrect some old material and so here–in all its millenarian glory–is fault/r, my ‘dance music’ album from the year 2000. Some people seem to like it. More information about it on the release page.
I’m very pleased to say that My hands are ten knives is now available from Quiet World. You can listen to the album’s long piece here.
The artwork is also slightly updated: