Releasing September 28, the first compilation from new label Werra Foxma Records kicks off with my track “The Heart Sounds Like Heavy Artillery.” Proceeds go to MSF UK / Médecins Sans Frontières. Preview on Bandcamp and get your order in for the CD — the artwork is gorgeous and comes with loads of goodies.
ISOLATION AND REJECTION will include 5 volumes of rejected sounds, collated by Front & Follow and The Geography Trip. 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. Pre-order and get my track “Waking Up With A Cat On My Face” and others now. Vol 1 is out 26th June, and can be pre-ordered NOW:
I’m so pleased to be on an upcoming charity compilation curated by John from Sound Effects Of Death And Horror (SEODAH) and released by Wormhole World. It features 13 artists who have joined together to celebrate the work of Delia Derbyshire, Wendy Carlos and other electronic pioneers, and proceeds will go to support Delia Derbyshire Day, a charity with the objectives of advancing the education of the public in music technology and the history and art of British electronic music via the archive and works of Delia Derbyshire.
Pre-orders will open on Friday 10 April when a lead track by ME! will be launched, and the album will be released on May 15.
There’s a nice write-up and the full track listing up on Louder Than War, check it out!
Tomorrow is the release day for ShopLand World, a compilation album of music written for a Discovery Park of Miniature Supermarkets on Strategic Tape Reserve’s label. COUNTERZINE has a sneak preview and review of the album up, with these generous words to say about my submission “What Penumbras:”
a frantic but industrious piece that captures the childhood nostalgia of beelining from megastore to megastore in the quickest, most efficient way possible so as to experience as many wares as possible before die Ausgangssperre. A sure-to-be favorite for fans of the practical aspects of tiny supermarkets: smaller stores means more stores and less distance between each one, a prime selling point of ShopLand this track expertly communicates.
Preview all 25 tracks on COUNTERZINE today, and get your pocketbooks ready for the beautifully designed cassette tapes that will be on sale tomorrow!
I’ve got a brand new track, “Unusual Capsule,” on Prosthion Recordings’ compilation This Machine Confuses Fascists: An ACLU Benefit Compilation. It’s available on Bandcamp for just $5, and that gets you 35 tracks from some of my favorite Twitter friends as well as some new-to-me musicians. Proceed to a good cause, aka human rights.