Strange Selectors Review on I Heart Noise

There’s a very nice review of the forthcoming Strange Selectors compilation on I Heart Noise. David Soulscorch had this to say about my contribution:

The compilation opens wistfully with “The Heart Sounds Like Heavy Artillery” by the New Orleans based electronic composer Elizabeth Joan Kelly. A suitably gentle opening track built around an ambient soundscape with an almost industrial sounding rhythm.

Strange Selectors is available for pre-order now as a digital download and/or (gorgeous) CD, and releases on September 28. Proceeds go to Médecins Sans Frontières. Still need convincing? Read the rest of David’s review over on the I Heart Noise blog.

Strange Selectors review

Electronica has a short but sweet review of the Werra Foxma Records Strange Selectors compilation, including my “The Heart Sounds Like Heavy Artillery.” From the review,

“The result is an excellent compilation of experimental electronica, ambient, hauntology, and analogue knob-twiddling.”

Read the whole things over at electronica.org.uk. And don’t forget that proceeds go to Médecins Sans Frontières, so you can feel good about your purchase while listening to amazing tunes.

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.

Pre-order now: Strange Selectors

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.