BMF #2b on YIKIS and Hiapop

Thanks to Hiapop and Yeah I Know It Sucks for sharing the Blue Moon Frequency #2b [Summer Mix] video, and to Yeah I Know It Sucks for yet another charmingly nonsensical review:

There is the rhythm, which feels like we are listening to a garden shed full of tools in which a DIY hero is busily building its own garden furniture. There is the electric bass, so nice and thick that you can imagine wanting to sit on one of these freshly built chairs without ever standing up. Next to that we have that sun-providing sound of someone stroking a few guitar strings – which is always the right recipe to go for when in need for a certain warmth-holiday feel and vibe.

Read the whole review here, and as always, check out both Hiapop and YIKIS for quality music recommendations.

Coming soon: A Picture of Good Health Vol 3

I’m happy to once again contribute to Wormhole World’s compilation series A Picture of Good Health. Volume 3 comes out in two parts on July 14 as a digital release and CD. I’m on 3.2 with so many music friends and collaborators including Letters From Mouse, Toxic Chicken, Xqui, Whettman Chelmets, WIP, BoyCalledCrow, Geiger von Müller, Sound Effects Of Death And Horror, and Alan Morse Davies, to name just a few. Proceeds go to CALM, and pre-release is available now.

W.U.W.A.C.O.M.F. on Dark Train and ISOLATION AND REJECTION RELEASE!

Thanks Kate for another cracking episode of Dark Train on Warminster Community Radio, this one including “Waking Up With A Cat On My Face” from ISOLATION AND REJECTION which is out NOW! Catch Kate’s show, with a guest mix by Darren Giddings, on Mixcloud or below, and buy ISOLATION AND REJECTION Volume 1 on Bandcamp to benefit The Brick in Wigan.

SURPISE! New song

The immensely talented “neo-cubist semi-deconstructionist blues guitarist” Geiger von Müller asked me to remix his song “Blue Moon Frequency #2b,” out now as a name-your-price download on Bandcamp. There’s a beautiful video by cgi director Paal-V too. Everything’s linked here thanks to Skopemag.

Echoes and Dust Review of ISOLATION AND REJECTION: VOL 1

Thanks to Echoes and Dust for the lovely review of ISOLATION AND REJECTION and this in particular on my track “Waking Up With A Cat On My Face:”

“…a brief liminal outburst like a warped TV ident or the soundtrack of an alarming flashback.”

Read the whole review over on the website, and ISOLATION AND REJECTION releases tomorrow!

Aural Aggravation Review of ISOLATION AND REJECTION

Aural Aggravation has a very nice review of the ISOLATION AND REJECTION VOL 1 comp up, with these kinds words about my contribution:

Elizabeth Joan Kelly’s ‘Waking Up With a Cat on My Face’ perfectly encapsulates that moment or panic, that abject spasm through a minute and three quarters of swampy discord and sonic confusion.

Read the full review on the blog, and pre-order now through Bandcamp!

ISOLATION AND REJECTION featured on The Séance

Waking Up With A Cat On My Face,” my contribution (among others) to Front & Follow and The Geography Trip‘s ISOLATION AND REJECTION, is on the newest episode of The Séance, now on Mixcloud.

If you like what you hear, head over to Bandcamp and pre-order. And it’s for a good cause: buy this fantastically eclectic compilation and contribute to the good work The Brick in Wigan does supporting people who are homeless and/or struggling with poverty/debt relief. AND, if you buy today, on Juneteenth, Bandcamp will donate their share to the NAACP Legal Fund!