Snapped Ankles - Crooked Man remix EP
Published 15 December, 2017 by DM

There was a Crooked Man, who walked a crooked mile
He took a crooked tree song, and remixed it crooked style
Three times

Not content with all the end of year plaudits for their debut LP, the woodwose have engaged DFA’s Crooked Man to remix album opener ‘Come Play The Trees’. He decided to get weird and wonderful three times, and we’re not complaining. In our considered opinion, ‘Come Play The Trees (Crooked Ankles)’ is one of the finest Leaf remixes ever. So make sure you stick that in your festive pipe.

How do you like your Snapped Ankles?

But wait… that’s not all. The Snaps took the log rave to Belgium and France last week. You can watch their full set from the prestigious Trans Musicales Festival.

Merry Christmas! | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Live Dates |
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Snapped Ankles - Come Play The Trees yellow vinyl + Danalogue remix
Published 23 November, 2017 by DM

Snapped Ankles - Come Play The Trees yellow vinyl + Danalogue remix

Nothing says “perfect Christmas present for all your friends and family” quite like a translucent yellow vinyl edition of Snapped Ankles’ debut album Come Play The Trees. These are limited to just 300 copies, so don’t sleep. Pre-order on Bandcamp and the Leaf shop.

To get you into the festive spirit here is a remix of the woodwose’s ode to Ikea by Danalogue of The Comet Is Coming. The Leaf family coming together to dance around the Christmas tree.

You’ll find Come Play The Trees in the Resident, Piccadilly and Drift best albums of the year lists. We understand there are more to come… | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Live Dates |
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Matthew Bourne - for Basil Kirchin
Published 26 October, 2017 by DM

Earlier this year Matthew Bourne took his trusty Lintronics Advanced Memorymoog and Roland RE-201 Space Echo to Hull to help pay tribute to the life and music of Basil Kirchin. Sharing the grand Hull City Hall stage with the BBC Concert Orchestra, St. Etienne’s Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs, he was performing as part of a bill curated by Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory for the Hull City of Culture programme. Bourne performed a specially written piece entitled ‘Twenty-Seven Areas of Contention’ and also ‘Sam’ from his moogmemory album. Read what Bourne has to say about the process and listen/download a recording from that evening now. For free. No excuses. | Twitter | Facebook | Live Dates |

Snapped Ankles - Moth Club + Radio X session
Published 20 October, 2017 by DM

Snapped Ankles - Moth Club + Radio X session

After taking their Epping rave equipment on tour around the country earlier this month, Snapped Ankles have returned to the forest. Nottingham, Margate, Leeds, Manchester, London and Brighton can start to get back to some sense of normality. But wait! More shows…

The woodwose have just announced a show at the Moth Club in Hackney on January 24th. Get your tickets now.

Before then, they will be taking in the sights of Colchester, Ghent and Liége, and playing the prestigious Trans Musicales Festival in Rennes.

In the meantime keep yourself occupied with their album Come Play The Trees, and this Radio X session from Wednesday. | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Live Dates |
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Snapped Ankles: Come Play The Trees (BAY 103)
Snapped Ankles
Come Play The Trees
Matthew Bourne: Isotach (BAY 105)
Matthew Bourne

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