NEWS ARCHIVE FOR OCTOBER 2020
Craven Faults - Enclosures
Published 1 October 2020 by DM

Craven Faults returns. Enclosures follows debut album Erratics & Unconformities which landed at the very beginning of this year - a lifetime ago. These 37 minutes of music are the start of the next journey. New terrain and more refined methods of travel. Dark clouds gathering.

New single ‘Doubler Stones’ means business from the off. Watch the mesmeric generative video by long-time Craven Faults collaborator James Islip.

Enclosures will be released November 27th and is available to pre-order on limited edition black vinyl and limited edition blue vinyl (Bandcamp and Norman Records exclusive). There is a super-limited cork/rubber turntable mat + blue vinyl bundle available only on Bandcamp.

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Warmdsucher at EartH
Published 8 October 2020 by DM


Get your Halloween hammers in courtesy of Warmdusher. They’re on the socially-distanced gig train, playing two sets at EartH in Hackney on October 31st. They have new songs in the chamber, and seven months of pent up Duscher energy to expend. This will go off (responsibly).

Tickets will be on general sale at 10am on Friday, October 9th. Form an orderly queue outside warmduscher.co.uk.

***UPDATE: Postponed until further notice***

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Domenique Dumont - ‘Sunshine In 1929’
Published 28 October 2020 by DM

Listen to Domenique Dumont’s ‘Sunshine In 1929’, the second track taken from the forthcoming People On Sunday album, an aural pickup for those craving some vitamin D.

The album was conceived as a soundtrack to the German silent film Menschen am Sonntag/Les Hommes le Dimanche, which was shot in 1929. "This theme was made to accompany a scene in the film where four daytrippers along with many other Berliners spend their time at the lake, lying in the sun, swimming, having a picnic and playing records on a portable gramophone," Dumont explains.

People On Sunday will be released November 13th. A super limited edition silver vinyl LP (300 copies) is available exclusively on Bandcamp and Bleep. A limited edition white vinyl LP (from independent shops only), black vinyl LP and limited edition CD are also available. Pre-order here.

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Snapped Ankles - Snappoween 2021 at The Roundhouse
Published 30 October 2020 by DM


Snapped Ankles will play their biggest show yet, at the Roundhouse in Camden for Halloween 2021. It follows two sold out ‘Vorticity of Sound’ shows at Village Underground in 2019, which saw the woodwose conduct a swirling, live, audio visual, surround sound, high-wire act with a crack team of Satellite Ankles. The Snaps are playing their cards close their hairy chests, but expect the iconic Roundhouse to be transformed into a haunted forest of sound and light. They’ve also been hinting at new music on the way…

You have a whole year to prepare your ecologically catastrophic costumes.

Tickets will go on general sale on November 6th, with a pre-sale via the band’s mailing list. Sign up here, and await further instruction.

November 6th will also see the digital release of live album 21 Metres To Hebden Bridge, and the remaining Record Store Day LPs will be available on Bandcamp. It happens to conveniently coincide with another Bandcamp Friday. Remember, remember the 6th of November, live album, tickets and whatnot.

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