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Binker Golding, John Edwards, Steve Noble

Moon Day (Repress)

Award winning saxophonist and composer Binker Golding returns to Byrd Out with a new trio comprising giants of the experimental scene Steve Noble and John Edwards for an album of unparalleled instant creativity: 'Moon Day'. The album plays with the post truth zeitgeist, using the first major moon conspiracy of 1835 as a launch pad, throwing a sly wink at Buzz Aldrin as the trio impart on their own musical odyssey. The sheer variety of pace, tone and texture across the record is breathtaking, from Golding’s soft, almost weightless opening on ‘One Giant Step’ through to the skittish re-entry of ‘Reflection’ as the musicians ricochet off one another, the album bursts with ideas and energy, yet remains coherent and singular in its purpose. Recorded during a gap between the various lockdowns of 2020, you can sense the release from the musicians as they combine after enforced isolation with a telepathic sense of where to push each other: Noble interjecting both chaos and order from the drums; Edwards the rocket fuel propelling the unit on; and Golding soaring and cutting through on sax. You will not find a better showcase of these musicians’ phenomenal abilities. This is free jazz at its most compelling and most engaging. ‘Moon Day’ is undoubtedly a future jazz classic.

Award winning saxophonist and composer Binker Golding returns to Byrd Out with a new trio comprising giants of the experimental scene Steve Noble and John Edwards.

From Golding’s soft, almost weightless opening on ‘One Giant Step’ through to the skittish re-entry of ‘Reflection’ as the musicians ricochet off one another, the album bursts with ideas and energy, yet remains coherent and singular in its purpose.

TRACK LISTING

A1. One Giant Leap, Parts I-Iv
B1. Reflection
B2. Lunar Wind

Coma World

Coma World

    Coma World is a new collaboration between Maxwell Hallett, a.k.a. Betamax (The Comet Is Coming/Soccer96) and Pete Bennie (Speaker’s Corner Quartet) bringing together their potent chemistry in an intoxifying debut LP. Betamax drives the duo with his signature ‘rhythmadelic’ drum rapture as Pete elegantly pummels bass tones into an assortment of wonky pockets. Both layer on a blanket of electronic dark matter to create a sonic womb-like world laid out for the brave listener to explore. This is dub and jazz reduced to the raw fundamentals of experimentation, trance and spontaneity.

    Inspired by a friend’s recollections of being in a coma, the duo delve through the mysteries of consciousness and return with a striking array of colourful sound artefacts. From Cosmic flushes that wouldn’t sound amiss on a record by Byrd Out collaborator the late, great Andrew Weatherall, through to drowsy groove meditations and explosive eruptions, the album plays by its own rules but demands attention. The two artists sling their dirty funk through cold clouds of darkness leaving psychedelic trails of bleeping fractal spillage. The sonic experimentation is distilled through analogue studio relics followed by a rugged ‘all hands-on deck’ live mix down performance from 1/4” tape. The result is a spontaneous collection of sonic debris that will be administered to willing participants through 12” vinyl format.

    TRACK LISTING

    A1. Wipe And Erase
    A2. Megatone
    A3. Strangers In The Home
    A4. Duty To Die
    A5. Thief
    A6. Wild Colours
    A7. Cream Submarine
    B1. Bouncing Bunnies
    B2. Wake And Fake
    B3. Oh My Eyes
    B4. No Focus
    B5. Some Sleep For The Weak
    B6. Paranoid Visions Of Worm
    B7. Oblonge
    B8. Mind Grinder

    Glasgow-based musician and producer Lo Kindre is at the heart of his local electronic music scene. He has previously released on Optimo Music and is a serial collaborator with MR TC, most recently launching the Phase Group label together. He’s played on Red Light Radio, LYL Radio, supported the legendary Adrian Sherwood, and put out records with the widely lauded Austrian label Neubau as well as Glasgow's 12th Isle.

    Private Worlds is Lo Kindre’s most thoughtful and introspective release yet, seeing him reach once again for the spaced out dubby recesses of electronic music, adding-in a ladleful of drone and some choice samples to create something that sounds fresh and new.

    TRACK LISTING

    A1. Syn
    A2. Hefele
    B1. Phocidae
    B2. PKD


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