A new recording – endecade

I’ve uploaded a long—a very long—field recording piece today, endecade. At 200 minutes’ duration, this is the longest single release I’ve created. Click on the image below to go to the download page. It’s a largely quiet and unassuming recording made in a suburban back garden somewhere in Edinburgh in the last few hours of the last decade. The punctuation points are revelry and fireworks, … Continue reading A new recording – endecade

56 Revealings; and a curiosity from the vaults

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 … Continue reading 56 Revealings; and a curiosity from the vaults

A birthday celebration: Keys to / Gates of

I posted a little piece of music for a very significant birthday yesterday of my great friend, Andrew Paine, one of the most amazing, inspirational people I know. Although I made just a single physical edition of this for him, for those who want to hear the piece, which is called Keys to / Gates of, it’s free to download from this link. Let me … Continue reading A birthday celebration: Keys to / Gates of

An apology

With some sadness, I learned yesterday that Suburban Electrification is not going to be released as originally intended. To those of you who bought it from the label, I’m grateful, but I’m also sorry to disappoint you. I understand refunds will be given. For others who were keen to hear the album, I’ve taken the decision to make it available for free download. There’s an … Continue reading An apology