Aaron Martin and Dag Rosenqvist are back with a new EP as Mouth of The Sun. With ‘Sleep Stations’ the duo assures us that their exquisite palette of classical leaning, electro-acoustics reaped from their previous albums still leaves much to be explored. Simply gorgeous. As well Fabio Orsi, Seaworthy and Xiphiidae.Read More
Ann Annie is an artist from Portland, Oregon and her creations are described (by herself) as textured landscapes, ambient atmospheres and noise to pass the time. I like that last part! Hence the title of this episode. There are also some links to some gorgeous clips of her using her modular synthesizer in an outdoor setting.Read More
UK guitarist Newton Faulkner burst onto the scene in 2007 with huge success – his debut album Hand Built By Robots achieved platinum and double platinum sales in Australia and the UK respectively. He joins us after touring the country of the back of his performance at Bluesfest this year, to talk about his sixth self released album, Hit The Ground Running. As well, some stunning new Australia releases from Cowboys of Love, Catherine McQuade and Coda Chroma.Read More
I remember the day Susie Scurry sent me one of the best anti-promotional efforts ever. A handwritten letter on a scrap of A4 wrapped around a CDR, she asked if I’d listen to her song with a view to giving it radio play. The moment I heard the track ‘Pinky Blues’ (credited then as The Grand Magoozi) – I thought I was time travelling to the 1950’s – it was a gorgeous tune about an illicit affair. I played that track more than any other in my tenure on the Inside Sleeve. Since then Susie released her excellent debut LP and now is ready to launch her new EP, The Elvis Hour. We’ll hear the first single from it plus excellent new music from Dos Santos, Ralegh Long and 77:78. As well, two exclusive studio sessions from Charm of Finches and James Kenyon.Read More
Keith Berry is a UK Composer who works in the field of generative music, generative in the sense that he is interested in creating systems that he can put in place and let run to produce music will be the focus of his new label, VSM Theory.
The first issue for this label, Viable Systems, is a beautiful collection of ambient music.