It’s a two review day! First, this perceptive write-up of the Stay Safe mini-release from Mat Smith of Further., including:
“Sounding like the infinitely looped announcements you might expect to hear in a post-apocalyptic urban wasteland where no one survived, something about what Elizabeth has done here seems to tap directly into the sensation of paranoid dread and existential panic that have become the cornerstones of our daily locked-down lives.”
Next, Pietro Da Sacco from Igloo Magazine tackles the Strange Selectors compilation, referring to the “alluring, dreamlike downtempo strands” of my contribution, “The Heart Sounds Like Heavy Artillery.”
Thanks to both Mat and Pietro!
And it’s out! Strange Selectors, from new label Werra Foxma Records, with my track “The Heart Sounds Like Heavy Artillery,” releases today. Proceeds go to MSF UK / Médecins Sans Frontières. Available for digital download or CD plus loads of goodies on Bandcamp. This is a great mix of electronic tracks, artfully curated by Letters From Mouse, Lee Pylon, DJ Bleek & Kate Bosworth.
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.
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.