Skogstokig by Gordon Chapman-Fox A selection of music made after a six-month exposure to Scandinavian crime drama programmes. Orchestral string textures and pianos share the sonic landscape with digital synthesisers.
Interim Report, March 1979 by Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan This music was commissioned in early 1979 as the soundtrack of a short film to publicise the work of the Committee in providing a thriving cultural life for the residents of the new estates of Warrington and Runcorn. For more information, please visit the Warrington-Runcorn […]
Live for Emotion Wave by Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan Originally performed for an Emotion Wave Telethon in an abridged version, this is one unedited live performance. For more information, visit the Warrington-Runcorn website.
The Hidden One by Third Reel A collaboration between Kanal Drei and Dublock. The two have found the common ground in their styles and have produced a superbly focused piece of work, from atmospheric hazy ambient pieces to beat laden Techno and some slower paced grooves too.
Oddment Dub by heskin radiophonic A trio of techno-infused electronic dub. The bass is low, the beats are slow. Dial the intensity back several notches and flow with the music. Originally part of Fwonk*s 200th and final release.
The Library of Noise by Viejos Hombres de Abejón Six years since the Viejos Hombres first landed with a blizzard of distortion, they are back. This is a soundtrack for our current dystopia. It’s the rally of the drums in the revolution, it’s the rave of the apocalypse. In short, it sounds like the sky […]
Madrigals by heskin radiophonic The silver Swan, who, living, had no Notewhen Death approached, unlocked her silent throat.Leaning her breast upon the reedy shore,thus sang her first and last, and sang no more:“Farewell, all joys! O Death, come close mine eyes!More Geese than Swans now live, more Fools than Wise.”ORLANDO GIBBONS Acoustic and folk instruments […]
Incline by heskin radiophonic Taking inspiration from the mechanised rhythms of rail travel, this four track EP evolves the techno of The Slug & The Snarl. Retaining the ambient pads and drones of previous work, but enhancing the throbbing, pulsing techno beats and bass.
The Slug and the Snarl by heskin radiophonic The Slug and the Snarl is a full-length album that melds zoned out drones, ambient textures, delicate melodies and pounding, minimal techno beats.
[FW144] Bettie Page, Love Machine by Stratosonics Stratosonics are back with another wholly unoriginal, noisy, and out of tune slab of balls to the wall rock and roll. Two songs of loud, raucous garage rock for you to insert into your ears. Enjoy!