Where better in the UK to celebrate the anniversary of the moon landing?
..and who better to celebrate it with?
June has turned out to be a wonderfully musical month in our house. I received a copy of Rations by Ivan the Tolerable & The Elastic Band. Dense, mesmerizing, motorik, kosmische..it’s a stunner. Get a copy here
This wonderful album by Chris Whitehead is my favourite album of 2019 so far. It has been released by TQ Zine.
You can get the download by ordering the latest copy of TQ or you can buy the album directly from the TQ Bandcamp page. Any income is being donated to TQN-aut by the artist to help fund other releases by artists who need financial support to do so
I’m much enjoying this.
Featuring some of the North of England finest female talent, the noisy daughters compilation has 9 acts that cross boundaries and genres but all have one thing in common – amazing music!
Buy it here
Project Lono is a collaborative experiment between electronic musician S.J. Forth and poet Bob Beagrie, who are exploring the integration of the spoken word with original music and soundscapes.
My friend Chris Whitehead kindly sent me a link to Rudolf Rocker’s lovely song. The song is taken from their 2012 album The Whitby Scar released in 2012 and is still available to buy.
The organ in the church was used on the recording of the song. This and other tracks from the album are discussed in an interview with Mark Goodall on Chris’s Out on Ye! blog.
This is the second Ivan the Tolerable album release this year. I think it’s wonderful, you should give it a listen.
An excellent piece written by my friend and occasional collaborator Chris Whitehead
Being invited to contribute to this compilation was a great honour as TQ covers those dark corners of music where the light rarely penetrates. Also with the quality of the other contributors, I knew I’d be in good company. For our interpretations there were three covers to choose from. I chose TQ 10 because it […]
This arrived yesterday, it’s a cracker.
Buy it here