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Seamus Cater
Lunora

ANECDOTAL

Intensely atmospheric live recording of a reworking of Peter Bellamy's Sweet Lemeny — full of unease and saudade — which invokes Ballard's character Lunora Goalem. Enchanting music; beautiful silk-screened sleeve.



James Blackshaw Love Is The Plan, The Plan Is Death
Six originals alternately for nylon-string classical guitar and grand piano, with JB's own subtle vibraphone and B3 organ overdubs. Genevieve Beaulieu sings on And I Have Come Upon This Place By Lost Ways.



Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Is It At Sea?
Live in Scotland with Alex Neilson and Harem Scarem.


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Seamus Cater And Viljam Nybacka The Anecdotes
A hushed, stimulating blend of genuine British folk revivalism with literary songwriting and gentle experimentalism. Nodding to Ewan MacColl... and Robert Wyatt — with Will Oldham, Muybridge and Mum connections.





Directing Hand What Put The Blood
Wonderful new collection from Lavinia Blackwall (vocals, harmonium, cello, harp) and Alex Neilson (vocals, drums, psaltery). Haunted trad folk meets explosive free jazz. Highly recommended, very limited.



Josephine Foster Anda Jaleo
Folk songs from Lorca’s collection Las Canciones Populares Espanolas make rather ruddy, incongruous settings for Foster's voice. The empty ones are best.




A Hawk And A Hacksaw You Have Already Gone To The Other World
Terrific — half originals, half Ukrainian, Hungarian and Romanian folk re-worked under the spell of Paradjanov's marvellous film Shadows Of Forgotten Ancestors. Raptly melodious, thunderous, super-charged.




A Kind of Awe And Reverence And Wonder A Kind of Awe And Reverence And Wonder
'Twelve intoxicating droplets of contemporary progressive rock, eastern psych, folk and concrete siphoned from natural sources in England, America, France and Wales.' Numerous exclusives.



Las Malas Amistades Maleza
‘The bad influences’, from Bogota, with their third album for us: twenty-eight gorgeous variations of saudade, in a warmly acoustic, post-punk take on Tropicalismo — impromptu, snapshot and sublime.



Dawn McCarthy And Bonnie Prince Billy Christmas Eve Can Kill You
Dawn Le Faun with Billy Le Bon, co-singers of The Letting Go and Wai Notes, digging up a modern(ish) parable from deep in their Everlys sack, afore getting down and sliding around on the flip.



Mia Doi Todd Sleepless Nights
Two tasty mellow tracks from the forthcoming album.




MV And EE Gettin' Gone
Really special. Overloaded psych rock-outs up against wonderfully warped and bluesy acoustic folk wanderings; blissed out but still heartfelt and intimate. J Mascis, Samara Lubelski amongst the helpers.




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