So I compiled some recordings I’ve been sitting on for years – mostly cover songs and sketches – all recorded on the same mashed up acoustic guitar (£10 from a washing machine shop in Frizinghall, Bradford) The action is about 1/2 an inch high and I think that’s what gives it that big bass sound.
The tape itself (ltd to 60 copies) is released alongside a fanzine paying homage to Karen Dalton (who’s album “Green Rocky Road” I adore) and can be bought direct from Synchronize Witches’ Website.
But if you just want to stream or buy the download, you can listen via my bandcamp:
So I’ve a very small handful of LP”s coming in very soon from Sweden – we’ve been waiting on the brown kraft sleeves. If you’d like to reserve one you can now order them from the shop:
There’s still time to catch this art show at Brussels’ Art Sablon which I have a handful of paintings in:
Show runs until 16 March 2019:
I feel privileged to have been invited to contribute a piece for this touring exhibition by FOLKLORE TAPES in association with the “Museum of Witchcraft and Magic“. Participants were given an index card of an object lost from the museum’s collection and asked to re-create it. Look out for THE ART OF MAGIC as it will tour various venues including THE HORSE HOSPITAL and MWM with performances from various folklore tapes allumni. Here are a few shots of the exhibition:
very excited to have been invited to play his live cinema event in sheffield:
“…Amy Cutler to re-invent the heroes, villains, sounds and spaces of nature broadcasts. We’ll travel through submerged volcanoes, bio-luminescence, flocking birds and swarming insects, accompanied by new performances, from live drone laments to the conducting of “feral singing” by the audience.”
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I’ll playing at CB2 in Cambridge for the excellent “bad timing” on june 10th…along with old school contraption based OHP visuals from “cheapest cigs and booze in town”
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*some great photos of the gig here, photo credit to “bad timing”
Looking forward to meeting the founder member of REYNOLS. Should be a good night. Click on the poster for full details:
very happy to have been asked by Bram Devens to take part in this residency next week in Brussels, with a show happening on friday 22nd september.
If you haven’t heard his music already, take a listen to “The Drain” for gentle healing vibes: