Another batch of musical bulbs pushes forth shoots of renewal through the heavy clods of frozen earth. Some tender snowdrops, some garish daffodils and the odd hopeful crocus popping up in the lawn despite the overwhelming evidence that it will be trampled. Let’s meet one to one outside for a coffee and drink it all in.
The Paine Full Years explores the music which has shaped the first 58 years of Andrew Paine’s life. Episode 1: 1963-1965 features deep cuts from the world of jazz, folk, avant-garde and early electronics.
Andrew Paine is a Glasgow based musician: his work ranging from solo voice, through layered howling guitars, gentle piano interludes, SW radio, oblique electronics and wherever he likes in between
Blauerosen is a place for inspiring music. Whichever sound triggers something in us, no matter how dark, dreamy, dystopian it is, it usually finds a place in one of our monthly playlists showcased here. The trip never follows the same route. There is no ‘map’ after all.
Jointweird are an artistically provocative duo, create a sonic journey to the heart of the dark side in order to showcase the best new music from folk to experimental. Is the result creating monsters or having a conversation with them? Come join us…we have cocktails!
“The earthen world is but an imperfect mirror of the heavens”…maybe, maybe not. Sunken Paths ventures deeper into the earthen world in episode 5, bringing you a mix of heady and immersive sounds from Suthfolc to Pheonix via God’s Own Country, The Big Smoke and the deserts of New Mexico. In the words of Sister Sledge “we’re lost in music”, but is there any turning back?