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Rose McDowall & Shawn Pinchbeck

Far From The Apple Tree : Original Music Soundtrack From The Film By Grant Mcphee

    A Psychedelic Pop-Art Fairytale, by Rose McDowall (Strawberry Switchblade / Coil / Current 93 / Sorrow) and Canadian sound artist, composer, installation artist, lecturer and sound engineer Shawn Pinchbeck. The CD & DL contains 1 extra track and extended intros to each song from the Vinyl Edition. 13 extra minutes of music. "Far from the Apple Tree is an eclectic mix of ghost story, fairy tale and horror. Evocative of the TV series The Owl Service and films like Valerie and Her Week of Wonders and The Wicker Man and with a truly magical soundtrack by Rose McDowall (Strawberry Switchblade) and Shawn Pinchbeck make Far from the Apple Tree a must-see for fans of Redemption and ethereal thrills." SALVATION “Rose and Shawn's soundtrack adds so much colour, mood, mystery and magic to our film that it would feel empty without it. I'm delighted that it is now being released on its own, and by Glass so that it can add those same qualities to anyone who picks up a copy for themselves. “ GRANT McPHEE Rose McDowall - Voice, Instruments and arrangements Shawn Pinchbeck - Instruments, tapes, treatments, and arrangements Robert Lee - Instruments and arrangements Written & Produced by Rose McDowall | Shawn Pinchbeck | Robert Lee Mixed and Mastered by Shawn Pinchbeck

    Thurston Moore

    Klangfarbenmelodie.. And The Colorist Strikes Primitiv

      "A 1995 release from the famed Sonic Youth guitarist, this recording sees him paired with free jazz drummer Tom Surgal for a blistering noise set, in keeping with New Zealand noise label Corpus Hermeticum's aesthetic. The listener should not expect the sweet psychedelic pop of his Psychic Hearts album of the same year; rather, Moore explores his interest in freeform improvisation on this live set recorded in 1994. The recording is lo-fi, but that adds to it's candid charm, as his guitar thrashing reaches peaks of noise only hinted at in early Sonic Youth. The duo works along lines that are more akin to the Blue Humans -- with whom drummer Surgal began -- and also seems influenced by such underground acts as Fushitsusha and the Dead C. Moore's guitar is so distinct, however, that many parts here could be mistaken for a live Sonic Youth recording from that band's more heady and chaotic '80s period". 


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