Kemper Norton’s Loor & the Thing that Is Coming Up My Stairs

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WORDS: Gareth E. Rees  LOCATION: Cornwall, Sussex, Wales, Unnamed Cities Night time. I’m at my computer, listening to Kemper Norton’s new album, Loor. Loor is Cornish for moon. There’s no moon on the coast of East Sussex tonight. Not from my window,

High Rise: a Homage to North East England Brutalism

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LOCATION: Gateshead, Tyne & Wear MUSIC: High Rise by Caisson – recorded on location at the site of the former Dunston Rocket, Gateshead, 2012 WORDS: Craig Johnson Derwent Tower (also known as The Dunston Rocket) will be remembered as both

An Abandoned Monument to Arrogance

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LOCATION: KENT Neolithic soul drone collective Hand of Stabs perform ‘Hallux Working’ by a derelict monument to a man who chopped his toe off in 1835… “In February 1835, the 5th Earl of Darnley was walking in the grounds of

A Field in England – a mashup

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By Ætheric Anomalies Drone, ambience and cinematography meet in this mashup of Ben Wheatley’s ‘A Field in England’ with additional material from Julian House Trailer’s for that same film. This was originally performed by Ætheric Anomalies, an alias of the

Widdershins: A banishing ritual in the Glasgow subway

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by the Psychogeographical Commission “This recording documents the inner circle of the Glasgow Subway system which travels in an anticlockwise direction (widdershins), a constant banishing ritual performed daily upon the whole of the west side of Glasgow. The Subway first