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On 04, Jul 2017 | In | By JM

Three Cane Whale – An Acre of Watery Light

Visuals for Three Cane Whale as part of Filmic commision from the Watershed and St Georges, Bristol.

 

On 30, Jun 2017 | In | By JM

John Parish & Adrian Utley – The Trinity Anthem

Trinity Centre – The Trinity Anthem (Adrian Utley & John Parish) supports
Trinity Community Arts

By JM

On 06, Jun 2017 | In | By JM

Justin Adams – Ribbons

British guitarist Adams is a man of many parts. Alongside his job in Robert Plant’s Band of Joy have come collaborations with assorted North African and Middle Eastern luminaries – desert rockers Tinariwen and Terakaft, Moroccan Gnawa musician Hamid el Kasri and more. Here, he teams up with Norwegian singer Anneli Drecker (of Röyksopp) for an ambient outing that draws inspiration from modernist painters such as Rauschenberg and Pollock. Adams’s grooves and loops often carry Saharan flavours, while Drecker’s wordless, ethereal vocals evoke the emptiness of the Arctic north, with a touch of Tuvan throat-singing on Lightshaft. A seamless fusion that casts a low-key but binding spell.

By JM

On 06, Jun 2017 | In | By JM

Justin Adams – Ribbons Promo

British guitarist Adams is a man of many parts. Alongside his job in Robert Plant’s Band of Joy have come collaborations with assorted North African and Middle Eastern luminaries – desert rockers Tinariwen and Terakaft, Moroccan Gnawa musician Hamid el Kasri and more. Here, he teams up with Norwegian singer Anneli Drecker (of Röyksopp) for an ambient outing that draws inspiration from modernist painters such as Rauschenberg and Pollock. Adams’s grooves and loops often carry Saharan flavours, while Drecker’s wordless, ethereal vocals evoke the emptiness of the Arctic north, with a touch of Tuvan throat-singing on Lightshaft. A seamless fusion that casts a low-key but binding spell.

By JM

On 01, Mar 2017 | In | By JM

Kath Bloom – Just Can’t Make It Without You

Collaboration with Esther May Campbell

On 24, Jan 2017 | In | By JM

Mario Batkovic – Semper

Batkovic presents a holism in his music that draws on the full capabilities of the instrument. This is reflected in quite a staggering range of pitch, volume and timbre that the instrument is able to produce, something that Batkovic exposes gloriously for the first time ever.

However there are also subtleties in the production of the album that also make it a technical and aesthetic triumph. Batkovic wanted to translate the true sound of the accordion for the audience, in terms of representing exactly the way it sounds to him while he’s performing.

It took over a year to solve the problems regarding the audio engineering of the album, but this now means that the stereo image opens up a whole new sonic spatiality, immersing the listener in a vivid and intricate sound-space.

“I wanted all of the instruments breathing, air noises and the sounds of flapping of claps to be audible. So the handicaps of the accordion can be transformed into benefits, creating a new sound”

On 17, Oct 2016 | In | By JM

Get The Blessing – Monkfish Live

4 Track Live Video EP for Get The Blessing.

View all 4 tracks here – http://www.gettheblessing.com/liveatrichmix/

 

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On 10, Sep 2016 | In | By JM

Get The Blessing – Conch

“Conch” by Get The Blessing is a track from the 2015 album “Astronautilus.”
It was recorded in Cornwall during a particularly spectacular and violent storm.

On 22, Jun 2016 | In | By JM

Portishead – SOS

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On 07, Jun 2016 | In | By JM

Eagulls – Velvet

Last month, Leeds’s Eagulls released an excellent sophomore LP of dreamy, shoe-gazy rock called Ullages. Today they’ve shared a heartachey video for album cut “Velvet” that feels like a vintage 4AD cover made as a motion picture directed by John Minton, whose work lead singer George Mitchell said he has long admired.

“I was a fan of John Minton’s work that he’d created for Portishead and was lucky enough to get him to work with me on this video,” he explained in an email to The FADER. “We both share interests in old cinema and we saw Saul Bass and Fernand Leger as inspirations on the visual elements and John was able to adapt these inspirations into a modern take with a theme of love loss running throughout. “