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Stark, cavernous and politically critical dub-poetry lands next on Felt in a vital sign-of-the-times fashion. Where much new music in our scene seems to act as a conduit for escapism, usually via melodic mind-balm or, if vocal at all, lyrical surrealism and ambiguity, the collaborative works of Eldon & Withdrawn take the left turn. The sound design perfectly fits into the Felt jigsaw puzzle: cold, slightly glitch-inspired, echo/reverb minimalism etc, but things are kicked up a stratosphere with the half dancehall-toasting, half scathing analysis of modern Britain coming straight from the mouth of Eldon.

Processed, enveloping kalimba notes shatter off into the distance in the opening moments of 'reGenaRation' before we're plunged into the depths. Bleeding into the title track, the A-side is all claustrophobic commentary on trickle down economics, overdrafts, killer shark metaphors and empire. Adam & Eve? Rewind and there's Shango, god of thunder and lightning. 5 rewinds later - still going. The B-side continues with equal strength, amazing wordplay and broken, industrial rhythms for a broken United Kingdom.

Iya Shillelagh is Eldon & Withdrawn
Recorded at Zig Zag Zig Studios
A2 co-produced by How-du
B1 co-produced by Shifting Borders
Mastered by GENG PTP
Design by Fergus Jones

STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Alluring dub-poetry smothered in well formed basscapes. It's got that claustrophobic dancehall pulse and is guided by a deeply spiritual voice. A unique and magical release.

TRACK LISTING

A1. ReGenaRation
A2. WaterWeight (ft. How Du)
B1. Out Ere As A Outlaw (ft. Shifting Borders)
B2. Scyatta

Felt

Ignite The Seven Cannons -2023 Repress

    Anyone who’s been living on the grapevine these past few years must have heard the rumours about the coming of the FELT reissues – well they’re here.

    During the ‘80s Felt made ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This beautifully produced series examines the work of one of the greatest underground groups of modern times. These records, unavailable for many years, have been remastered and revisited by Lawrence, and he has fashioned the ultimate definitive collections.

    Produced by Robin Guthrie of Cocteau Twins and featuring the skyscraping vocal of Elizabeth Fraser on the mighty Primitive Painters. Felt found themselves at the top of the independent charts. Unhappy with the overall sound though – it was as if some of Lawrence’s best songs were lost in an “ethereal swirl.” John A. Rivers has been given access to the original master tapes and six songs have been remixed. Also – side 2 has been focused, edited and “made symmetrical.” Finally these songs can be heard as intended by Felt. It has become at long last a cohesive whole.



    TRACK LISTING

    Disc 1
    1. My Darkest Light Will Shine (Remixed)
    2. The Day The Rain Came Down (Remixed)
    3. Scarlet Servants (Remixed)
    4. I Don’t Know Which Way To Turn (Remixed)
    5. Primitive Painters
    6. Textile Ranch
    7. Black Ship In The Harbour (Remixed)
    8. Elegance In D
    9. Caspian See (Remixed)
    10. Southern State Tapestry

    Bonus 7" (Comes With Deluxe CD)
    1. Mexican Bandits
    2. The World Is As Soft As Lace

    Felt

    Gold Mine Trash - 2023 Reissue

      Lawrence Hayward knew that he wanted to be a pop star as a teen, and he devised a plan to release ten albums and ten singles over ten years to make that dream come true. A particular and determined individual, he would only be known as Lawrence from that day forward. His hopes for stardom would be pinned on his newly formed band, the succinctly named Felt. Soon signed to Cherry Red Records, Lawrence’s achingly cool vocals and the group’s way with walking melodies were evident on their debut for the label, “Something Sends Me To Sleep.” This compilation collects material from Felt’s Cherry Red period of 1981 to 1985, kicking off with that confident start, assembling numerous high points, and closing with their biggest hit, “Primitive Painters.” This phase of the band is defined by the songwriting partnership and unique interplay of Lawrence and guitarist Maurice Deebank, with Deebank’s stylish and confident playing the envy of many of their counterparts. He delivers a constant string of shimmering hooks that wrap themselves around and over top of Lawrence’s more traditional beat combo song structures, as if trying to fit four songs worth of ideas into a pre-set radio friendly cutoff time. It works wonderfully as Lawrence always counters with a solid bedrock. In one of many brushes with the brass ring, in 1984 Felt recorded versions of “Dismantled King Is Off The Throne” and “Sunlight Bathed The Golden Glow,” for the newly formed and Warners-backed label Blanco y Negro, in hopes that the band would follow their A+R man Mike Alway to the executive suite. Despite putting forward two of their finest songs, it was not to be. While major label dreams had to remain on the shelf, fans were delighted to be able to hear these beautifully stripped down and more direct versions when this compilation was released a few years later. By 1985 the Felt roller coaster was something Maurice Deebank was constantly getting on and off of. As Gary Ainge always kept the beat, and Lawrence never lost focus, they were joined by local teen prodigy Martin Duffy on keyboards, filling out the arrangements, and following Deebank’s racing six-string cascades in “The Day The Rain Came Down” you can even hear a tiny hint of the next phase of the band in Duffy’s organ before Maurice swoops to the finish. The newly expanded Felt would then put everything they had into making one of the defining releases of the 80s: “Primitive Painters.”

      TRACK LISTING

      1. Something Sends Me To Sleep
      2. Trails Of Colour Dissolve
      3. Dismantled King Is Off The Throne
      4. Penelope Tree
      5. Sunlight Bathed The Golden Glow
      6. Crystal Ball
      7. The Day The Rain Came Down
      8. Fortune
      9. Vasco Da Gama
      10. Primitive Painters

      Felt

      Bubblegum Perfume - 2023 Reissue

        Following a run with Cherry Red Records that featured a potential major label jump, guitarist Maurice Deebank quitting and rejoining multiple times, several pop stardom carrots just out of reach, mixing battles with Robin Guthrie, and a shocking entry into the record charts, Lawrence (just “Lawrence”, like “Cher” or “Madonna” thank you very much) knew he would be making a change with his band Felt. He would be seeing out his plan of ten albums and ten singles in ten years alongside a new partner in Creation Records. This compilation beautifully captures those years. Creation was beginning a rapid ascent at the time, with Alan McGee serving as its hyperactive mouthpiece and focal point. McGee was all in on the band. “Lawrence achieved pop perfection, a breathless rush of sensitivity and intelligence. It was too understated to be commercial, too art to go pop, too pop to go art—in other words it was a perfect combination of all the music I loved at the time.” McGee was thrilled to have what he considered a real star on the label, and Lawrence was equally thrilled to have such an enthusiastic cheerleader. He funneled that enthusiasm into some of the most focused songwriting of his career, as well as some of his wildest experiments, all of which are on display here.

        TRACK LISTING

        1. I Will Die With My Head In Flames
        2. Stained-Glass Windows In The Sky
        3. I Didn't Mean To Hurt You
        4. Space Blues
        5. Autumn
        6. Be Still
        7. There's No Such Thing As Victory
        8. Magellan
        9. The Final Resting Of The Ark
        10. Sandman's On The Rise Again
        11. Don't Die On My Doorstep
        12. Tuesday's Secret
        13. Book Of Swords
        14. Female Star
        15. Fire Circle
        16. The Darkest Ending
        17. Bitter End
        18. Rain Of Crystal Spires
        19. Voyage To Illumination
        20. Ballad Of The Band

        Gold Panda

        I've Felt Better (Daniel Avery Remix) / Plastic Future (Skee Mask Remix)

          In November 2022, GOLD PANDA released his long-awaited album "The Work". It includes the two singles "I've Felt Better (Than I Do Now)" & "Plastic Future". These were remixed by Gold Panda's friend and companion Daniel Avery and the one and only Skee Mask respectively

          TRACK LISTING

          Side A: I’ve Felt Better (Daniel Avery Remix)
          Side B: Plastic Future (Skee Mask Remix)

          Swell Maps / Television Personalities affiliated C86-era indie pop rescued from sheer obscurity and thrust into semi-obscurity by FELT. The Catburgers were a short-lived Scottish group, this recording initially primed for release on Dan Treacy’s Dreamworld imprint yet placed on the perennial backburner as so many creative projects inevitably are.

          Soundcloud uploads dating back over a decade ago and the odd blog/twitter post aside, the group seemingly lived on only in the memories of those who happened to catch them on the Edinburgh scene back in the day. Until now! With the help of the National Sound Archives, the original master tape containing these three tracks has been rebaked, cut and mastered for seven-inch.

          ‘Holiday House’ sounds immediately at home in the Postcard Records nexus, the influence of 1980 particularly tangible. Slower paced and with a touch more melancholy than its companions, the song sounds both in and out of time, as if some young teens raised on a hand-me-down diet of Pastels CDs might have laid it down yesterday.

          Jowe Head of Swell Maps joins the group for ‘The Acid Tree’, whilst EP closer ‘Diving For The Brick’ sees the band ruminating on weak knees, sore lungs and stinging eyes down at the local swimming pool.

          Accompanying the release is the original demo tape predating this record, recorded at The Rocking Horse Studios in Bathgate in Autumn 1986. The demo is restored from a tape copy owned by journalist Simon Reynolds and contains some of the tracks that made it onto the 7".

          STAFF COMMENTS

          Matt says: Seriously obscure lo-fi indie here which is an absolute treasure to behold. If you liked (equally obscure) Indifferent Dance Centre, or anything on Postcard Records you seriously need to check this quaint little number. "Diving For The Brick" wins genius lyrics of the month award by a long shot.

          TRACK LISTING

          A1. Holiday House
          B1. The Acid Tree (ft. Jowe Head)
          B2. Diving For The Brick

          Goldfrapp

          Felt Mountain - 2022 Reissue

            "For countless fans listening to this day and for those involved in its creation still feeling its magic, Felt Mountain retains every ounce of meaning and depth.” Lior Phillips

            Mute/BMG announce the reissue iconic debut album from Alison Goldfrapp & Will Gregory, Felt Mountain. Originally released on 11th September 2000, the Mercury Prize nominated album has amassed over 250,000 sales in the UK alone.




            TRACK LISTING

            Lovely Head
            Paper Bag
            Human
            Pilots
            Deer Stop
            Felt Mountain
            Oompah Radar
            Utopia
            Horse Tears

            Felt

            The Splendour Of Fear - 2022 Reissue

              Lawrence escapes the contours of a bland city and retreats into his mind. Felt had risen from the underworld searching for a new horizon but only managed to slip into a desolate obscurity! Dark black slabs of creosote guitar – vast swathes of epic interplay – casting futuristic shadows – an idiosyncratic and unobtrusively brilliant band, the music Felt made on this album is unlike anything attempted before. This really is a template for an age yet to come.

              During the ‘80s Felt made ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This beautifully produced series examines the work of one of the greatest underground groups of modern times.

              Before the Stone Roses and after Be-Bop Deluxe and Plastic Ono Band, John Leckie worked with Felt. Booked into a metal/reggae studio in Birmingham’s industrial wasteland he sculpted a Michelangelo slice of new rock – exquisite and beautiful guitar odysseys – quite unlike anything the city had experienced before. Merging pop with a classical nuance Felt stood alone as the forerunners of a brand new style.

              TRACK LISTING

              Side One
              1 Red Indians
              2 The World Is As Soft As Lace
              3 The Optimist And The Poet
              Side Two
              1 Mexican Bandits
              2 The Stagnant Pool
              3 A Preacher In New England

              The latest example of Knekelhuis' expert curation comes via this killer compilation of all new productions from a wealth of international talent. Featuring label mainstays alongside new friends, this sonic journey explores the spaces between ambient and experimental electronica rendered in tape manipulation and spectral synthesis.

              Label Text "This is a story of friendship, about how it grows stronger through the years. But it’s just as much about fledgling togetherness and shared art in times of crisis. The result is an introspective document of contemporary music, in spirit of Eno and Hassell. A space where we embrace our differences and speak the language of collectivity together, where we reflect, adapt and value each artist's contribution equally. To witness a multitude of cultural backgrounds that speak one like-minded language. Soothing and illuminating. And felt like..."


              TRACK LISTING

              XIII - L’Abete Al Contrario
              Ike Zwanikken - Bianca
              Treasury Of Puppies - Himlen Den Vackraste
              Avsluta - Mono No Aware
              Troth - Calm Of The Shadow
              Philipp Otterbach - When The Fish Travels..
              Michel Banabila - E.T
              Ayaz - Yuma
              Bashar Suleiman - T7KINI Feat. Olan Monk & Lil Asaf

              Suuns

              Felt (Love Record Stores Edition)

                Love Record Stores Edition available from 9am on Saturday June 20th.
                Limited to one per person.


                Two-tone vinyl.

                Felt

                Poem Of The River: Remastered

                  Following the release of FELT’s first five albums in February, the band’s reissue campaign continues with the second half of their discography. During the ‘80s Felt recorded ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This gorgeously-produced series explores the work of one of the greatest indie groups in recent memory. 

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. Declaration
                  2. Silver Plane
                  3. She Lives By The Castle
                  4. Stained-Glass Windows In The Sky
                  5. Riding On The Equator
                  6. Dark Red Birds

                  7”
                  1. Ballad Of The Band
                  2. I Didn’t Mean To Hurt You

                  Felt

                  The Pictorial Jackson Review: Remastered

                    Following the release of FELT’s first five albums in February, the band’s reissue campaign continues with the second half of their discography. During the ‘80s Felt recorded ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This gorgeously-produced series explores the work of one of the greatest indie groups in recent memory. 

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. Apple Boutique
                    2. Ivory Past
                    3. Until The Fools Get Wise
                    4. How Spook Got Her Man
                    5. Bitter End
                    6. Tuesday’s Secret
                    7. Christopher Street
                    8. Jewels Are Set In Crowns
                    9. Under A Pale Light
                    10. Don’t Die On My Doorstep

                    7"
                    1. Rain Of Crystal Spires
                    2. I Will Die With My Head In Flames

                    Felt

                    Forever Breathes The Lonely Word: Remastered

                      Following the release of FELT’s first five albums in February, the band’s reissue campaign continues with the second half of their discography. During the ‘80s Felt recorded ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This gorgeously-produced series explores the work of one of the greatest indie groups in recent memory. 

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. Rain Of Crystal Spires
                      2. Down But Not Yet Out
                      3. September Lady
                      4. Grey Streets
                      5. All The People I Like Are Those That Are Dead
                      6. Gather Up Your Wings And Fly
                      7. A Wave Crashed On Rocks
                      8. Hours Of Darkness Have Changed My Mind

                      7"
                      1. Primitive Painters
                      2. Cathedral

                      Felt

                      Train Above The City: Remastered

                        Following the release of FELT’s first five albums in February, the band’s reissue campaign continues with the second half of their discography. During the ‘80s Felt recorded ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This gorgeously-produced series explores the work of one of the greatest indie groups in recent memory.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        Disc: 1
                        1. Train Above The City
                        2. On Weegee’s Sidewalk
                        3. Run Chico Run
                        4. Press Softly On The Brakes Holly
                        5. Spectral Morning
                        6. Teargardens
                        7. Book Of Swords
                        8. Seahorses On Broadway

                        Disc: 2 (7”)
                        1. The Final Resting Of The Ark
                        2. There’s No Such Thing As Victory

                        Felt

                        Me And A Monkey On The Moon: Remastered

                          Following the release of FELT’s first five albums in February, the band’s reissue campaign continues with the second half of their discography. During the ‘80s Felt recorded ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This gorgeously-produced series explores the work of one of the greatest indie groups in recent memory.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          Disc: 1
                          1. I Can’t Make Love To You Anymore
                          2. Mobile Shack
                          3. Free
                          4. Budgie Jacket
                          5. Cartoon Sky
                          6. New Day Dawning
                          7. Down An August Path
                          8. Never Let You Go
                          9. She Deals In Crosses
                          10. Get Out Of My Mirror

                          Disc: 2 (7”)
                          1. Space Blues
                          2. Tuesday’s Secret

                          Suuns are pleased to announced their new album, Felt, coming out March 2nd on Secretly Canadian. Singer/guitarist Ben Shemie says, “This record is definitely looser than our last one [2016’s Hold/Still]. It’s not as clinical. There’s more swagger.” You can hear this freedom flowing through the 11 tracks on Felt. It’s both a continuation and rebirth, the Montreal quartet returning to beloved local facility Breakglass Studios (where they cut their first two albums [Zeroes QC and Images Du Futur] with Jace Lasek of The Besnard Lakes) but this time recording themselves at their own pace, over five fertile sessions spanning several months. A simultaneous stretching out and honing in, mixed to audiophile perfection by St Vincent producer John Congleton (helmer of Hold/Still), who flew up especially from Dallas to deploy his award-winning skills in situ.

                          Complementing O’Neill are the ecstatic, Harmonia-meets-Game Boy patterns unleashed by electronics mastermind Max Henry. Eschewing presets, Henry devised fresh sounds for each song on Felt while also becoming a default musical director, orchestrating patches and oscillations. Quietly enthusing about “freaky post-techno” and Frank Ocean’s use of space, he’s among your more modest studio desk jockeys: “Yeah, I sat in the control room while the others played – hitting ‘record’ and ‘stop’. It also gave me the flexibility to move parts around and play with effects. I do have a sweet tooth for pop music.”



                          STAFF COMMENTS

                          Darryl says: Hypnotic synth throbs, dusty percussion workouts and flickering kosmische bass meet with ambient downtempo before thrashing forwards into dark dystopian minimal wave. Superb.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          1. Look No Further
                          2. X-ALT
                          3. Watch You, Watch Me
                          4. Baseline
                          5. After The Fall
                          6. Control
                          7. Make It Real
                          8. Daydream
                          9. Peace And Love
                          10. Moonbeams
                          11. Materials

                          Felt

                          The Strange Idols Pattern & The Other Stories - Remastered

                            Anyone who’s been living on the grapevine these past few years must have heard the rumours about the coming of the FELT reissues – well they’re here.

                            During the ‘80s Felt made ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This beautifully produced series examines the work of one of the greatest underground groups of modern times. These records, unavailable for many years, have been remastered and revisited by Lawrence, and he has fashioned the ultimate definitive collections.

                            Before the Stone Roses and after Be-Bop Deluxe and Plastic Ono Band, John Leckie worked with Felt. Booked into a metal/reggae studio in Birmingham’s industrial wasteland he sculpted a Michelangelo slice of new rock – exquisite and beautiful guitar odysseys – quite unlike anything the city had experienced before. Merging pop with a classical nuance Felt stood alone as the forerunners of a brand new style. And Gary Ainge was finally allowed to use his high-hat!

                            TRACK LISTING

                            Disc 1
                            1. Roman Litter
                            2. Sempiternal Darkness
                            3. Spanish House
                            4. Imprint
                            5. Sunlight Bathed The Golden Glow
                            6. Vasco Da Gama
                            7. Crucifix Heaven
                            8. Dismantled King Is Off The Throne
                            9. Crystal Ball
                            10. Whirlpool Vision Of Shame 

                            Bonus 7" (Comes With Deluxe CD)
                            1. Penelope Tree
                            2. A Preacher In New England 

                            Felt

                            Crumbling The Antiseptic Beauty - Remastered

                              Anyone who’s been living on the grapevine these past few years must have heard the rumours about the coming of the FELT reissues – well they’re here.

                              During the ‘80s Felt made ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This beautifully produced series examines the work of one of the greatest underground groups of modern times. These records, unavailable for many years, have been remastered and revisited by Lawrence, and he has fashioned the ultimate definitive collections.

                              Lawrence’s ambition was to release the best debut English album ever! Adrian Borland offered his services, then commitments with his band The Sound prevented this from happening. So Felt began a relationship with Swell Maps producer John A. Rivers. Recorded and mixed in six days the band got a taste of how bitter reality fares compared to the “mellow fruitfulness” of blind ambition.

                              TRACK LISTING

                              Disc 1
                              1. Evergreen Dazed - Felt
                              2. Fortune - Felt
                              3. Birdmen - Felt
                              4. Cathedral - Felt
                              5. I Worship The Sun - Felt
                              6. Templeroy – Felt

                              Bonus 7" (With CD Format)
                              1. Something Sends Me To Sleep - Felt
                              2. Something Sends Me To Sleep (Alternate Version) - Felt

                              Felt

                              The Seventeenth Century

                                Anyone who’s been living on the grapevine these past few years must have heard the rumours about the coming of the FELT reissues – well they’re here.

                                During the ‘80s Felt made ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This beautifully produced series examines the work of one of the greatest underground groups of modern times. These records, unavailable for many years, have been remastered and revisited by Lawrence, and he has fashioned the ultimate definitive collections.

                                Previously named Let the Snakes Crinkle Their Heads to Death, this album is now retitled The Seventeenth Century – the original name for the album was changed late in the day. This reversal of misfortune was classed as an awful mistake and Lawrence’s biggest regret. Flash forward to now and this situation can finally be rectified. “You can’t change the title of an album” - they told him – so he said; “if Kraftwerk can and Bowie can then I can too!!”

                                TRACK LISTING

                                Disc 1
                                1. Song For William S. Harvey
                                2. Ancient City Where I Lived
                                3. Seventeenth Century
                                4. The Palace
                                5. Indian Scriptures
                                6. The Nazca Plain
                                7. Jewel Sky
                                8. Viking Dress
                                9. Voyage To Illumination
                                10. Sapphire Mansions

                                Bonus 7" (Comes With Deluxe CD)
                                1. Sunlight Bathed The Golden Glow
                                2. Sunlight Strings

                                Felt

                                The Splendor Of Fear - Remastered

                                  Anyone who’s been living on the grapevine these past few years must have heard the rumours about the coming of the FELT reissues – well they’re here.

                                  During the ‘80s Felt made ten albums and ten singles for the Cherry Red and Creation labels. This beautifully produced series examines the work of one of the greatest underground groups of modern times. These records, unavailable for many years, have been remastered and revisited by Lawrence, and he has fashioned the ultimate definitive collections.

                                  Lawrence escapes the contours of a bland city and retreats into his mind. Felt had risen from the underworld searching for a new horizon but only managed to slip into a desolate obscurity! Dark black slabs of creosote guitar – vast swathes of epic interplay – casting futuristic Shadows – an idiosyncratic and unobtrusively brilliant band, the music Felt made on this album is unlike anything attempted before. This really is a template for an age yet to come. And it pays to know that Maurice Deebank now resides in a monastery in Birmingham!

                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  Disc 1
                                  1. Red Indians - Felt
                                  2. The World Is As Soft As Lace - Felt
                                  3. The Optimist And The Poet - Felt
                                  4. Mexican Bandits - Felt
                                  5. The Stagnant Pool - Felt
                                  6. A Preacher In New England - Felt

                                  Bonus 7" (With Deluxe CD Format)
                                  1. Trails Of Colour Dissolve - Felt
                                  2. My Face Is On Fire - Felt

                                  Having recorded his last album live in a large, reverberant church, Nils Frahm now invites you to put on your headphones and dive into a world of microscopic and delicate sounds - so intimate that you could be sitting beside him. Recorded late at night in the reflective solitude and silence of his studio in Berlin, Frahm uncovers a new sound and source of inspiration within these peaceful moments: 'Originally I wanted to do my neighbours a favour by damping the sound of my piano. If I want to play piano during the quiet of the night, the only respectful way is by layering thick felt in front of the strings and using very gentle fingers. It was then that I discovered that my piano sounds beautiful with the damper.' Captivated by this sonic exposition, he placed the microphones so deep inside the piano that they were almost touching the strings. This brought a host of external sounds to the recordings which most producers would try their hardest to hide: 'I hear myself breathing and panting, the scraping sound of the piano's action and the creaking of my wooden floorboards - all equally as loud as the music. The music becomes a contingency, a chance, an accident within all this rustling. My heart opens and I wonder what exactly it is that makes me feel so happy.'

                                  Berlin-based pianist Nils Frahm is already a firebrand in the modern classical world, collaborating with contemporaries such as Peter Broderick, Ólafur Arnalds and Anne Müller. His unconventional approach to an age-old instrument, played contemplatively and intimately, has won him many fans around the world. As announced by Drowned In Sound, he finally returns on October 10th 2011 with the successor to his highly acclaimed solo piano works Wintermusik and The Bells. Released on Erased Tapes Records and entitled 'Felt', the album will coincide with a European tour in November 2011 - a truly memorable and magical live experience.


                                  Lumen

                                  The Man Felt An Iron.....

                                    Complex polyrhythmic insrumentals for the acoustic guitar, accordian, upright bass and drum kit. The instrumentation lends itself to be a quieter album, but the subtle dynamic shifts and loud drumming makes for an incredible rock-out. Will appeal to fans of Papa M, Rex, Directions In Music etc.


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