You Can Never Leave Review and Radio

You Can Never Leave, including my track “The Insufferable Shame Of The Pine Nut Bulk Bin,” was reviewed in A Closer Listen. An excerpt:

Some of the titles are particularly amusing:  “The Insufferable Shame of the Pine Nut Bulk Bin,” “Find Your Epic (A New Level of Hell,” “The Sauna Must Be Booked 24 Hours in Advance.”  Is this really heaven, or a scrubbed nightmare?  Precisely how happy is the upper class?  What would occur if a resident were to skip one of those cappuccinos? 

The compilation was also highlighted on Unofficial Britain, and Kate Bosworth played a few tracks on Dark Train.

Pre-order today and you get my track immediately. The full compilation is out on June 25. All proceeds go to Coffee4Craig, which provides vital support for Manchester’s homeless and people in crisis. You can watch my track accompanying the ad here.

Lone Frequencies and Dark Train

Thanks to my friends across the pond for more C.M.S.O. plays this week! Lone Frequencies on Mad Wasp Radio featured “Abstract,” along with some hilarious toe-themed banter.

And the ever-fabulous Kate Boswell will be playing “Ethical Approval” on Warminster Community Radio’s Dark Train tonight 10pm BST / 4pm CST, along with a guest mix by Fragile X.

Tapeta Lucida, Dark Train, Revival Synth, and Radiophrenia!

Lots going on this week! Including…

I also have a brand new work (!) as part of Glasgow’s Radiophrenia, “a temporary art radio station – a two-week exploration into current trends in sound and transmission arts.” Radiophrenia runs November 9-22, 24 hours a day. My piece, “Liminal Telegraphy,” premieres Saturday November 21 between 8AM-9AM GMT (or 2AM-3AM CST). More on that soon, and check out the full program at the Radiophrenia website.

And finally, thanks to Revival Synth for including “Stay Safe” as a Track of the Week.

Stay Safe on Dark Train and In Memory of John Peel

Thanks to two of my very favorite DJs for some plays this week, both from the new Stay Safe EP. Kate Bosworth played “Cohntagious” on Warminster Community Radio’s “Dark Train,” and Zaph Mann played the title track on In Memory of John Peel. Catch both below.

Latest Dark Train with Kate Bosworth now archived

Thanks again Kate for playing “Baleen Executioner” off Farewell, Doomed Planet! as well as Alka’s “King Card,” featuring me as a guest vocalist, on Warminster Community Radio’s Dark Train! The episode is now archived on Mixcloud, or listen below.

“Baleen Executioner” and Alka’s “King Card” on the radio

A few spins of Alka’s “King Card,” featuring me as a guest vocalist, on the radio:

Yesterday Joint Venture Radio played three songs from the album on the Alien Disco versus Waverider Show. Catch the archive on Dropbox.

Tonight, Kate Bosworth includes “Baleen Executioner” off Farewell, Doomed Planet! as well as “King Card” on Warminster Community Radio’s Dark Train.

Newest track on Dark Train

Kate Bosworth’s newest Dark Train on Warminster Community Radio features tracks from the upcoming Strange Selectors compilation, including my “The Heart Sounds Like Heavy Artillery.” The comp benefits Doctors Without Borders so now’s your chance to preview it before ordering for a good cause. The tracklist (originally posted on Kate’s Twitter) is below and you can listen there or over on Mixcloud.

BMF #2b on Dark Train

Yes, another banger of a show on Warminster Community Radio’s Dark Train with Kate Bosworth, this one featuring “Blue Moon Frequency #2b [Summer Mix]” with Geiger von Müller. Catch the show, which includes perennial favorites Boobs of Doom, Forest Robots, Simon Klee, Rupert Lally, and Wonderful Beasts, to name a few, on Mixcloud or below.

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.