A Most Peculiar Tour

MIX: Gareth E. Rees

Extinct butterflies, spilled whisky, fickle seas, peregrines, weird villages and haunted magpies…

From the Scottish Coast to the Sussex seaside, the latest Unofficial Britain musical tour criss-crosses a most peculiar country.

[You can find out more about the artists via the links below]

A Most Peculiar Tour by Marshman on Mixcloud

Hand of Stabs – Black Veined White (excerpt)
Rob St John – Surface Tension
Dead Gull & Gareth E Rees – The Sea
English Heretic – The Peregrine
Graham Reznick – The Hills
Jon Brooks – Frozen Clock
Belbury Poly – Unforgotten Town
The Revenant Sea – Mutation Adjust
Tapes – Hackney Dub
Gnod – Breaking the Hex
Warrior Squares – Shining Cliffs
Eccentronic Research Council – The Late Mrs M.B

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