Sunday, 22 May 2016

AF27 ~ {A Bleeding Star} ~ {The Enchanting Lake of Drift Free Worries & Everlasting Stay-At-Bay Heartache}

A Bleeding Star's second release on Assembly Field is the wonderful 'The Enchanting Lake of Drift Free Worries & Everlasting Stay-At-Bay Heartache' ~ A three track release inspired by a vacation at Otter Lake, Quebec, Canada.

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Sunday, 17 April 2016

AF26 - DR - In Love With Magnetic Tape

About 'In Love With Magnetic Tape' - 'Using my synthesizer I created some layers for a drone piece and then spontaneously decided (as I se my Fostex 4-track in front of my synth) to make some tape loops. I then added some melody fragments, mixing, finished. I usually do my music like this, spontaneously and improvised. I just need the right mood and some coffee' - Dominic Razlaff 

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Sunday, 28 February 2016

AF25 - April Larson - Void

April Larson is the surface world representative of a tribe of nāga located along the coast of Louisiana. She translates oneironautic listening into sense-data and regularly delivers lectures on relevant tone-clusters to beehives and ghosts.
"Life is a spark between two identical voids, the darkness before birth and the one after death."
– Irvin D. Yalom, When Nietzsche Wept

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Sunday, 24 January 2016

AF24 - Gary Bromley - Outside

Assembly Field is very pleased to release an EP of improvised dub tracks by Gary Bromley (Dif Juz).
'I tried to keep as close to improv as much as I could with recording and mixing all tracks done in one take. Over the years I believe that improv is the purest form of music and creation close to the oneness of the universe, any mistakes or error makes the music human. The simplicity of this music is a mantra I bring forth from my inner self to the universe' - Gary Bromley

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Sunday, 29 November 2015

AF23 - Robert Farrugia - Half-Light

'Half-Light was written and recorded between the Spring and Summer of 2015. The album consists mainly of an amalgamation of textures created by a virtual analogue synth and a Weinbach Upright Piano. First few tracks entail minimalistic guitars reverberating coherently with ethereal timbres, these will later on develop into piano-oriented motifs. Half-Light closes off with synth textures blended together with field-recordings creating a soothing soundscape. All songs written, arranged, performed, mixed, mastered and produced by Robert Farrugia. Special thanks go to Samwel Mallia & Ben Mifsud Joslin for the constant feedback given throughout all stages of this particular release. Album art by Luke Azzopardi, photograph taken during the Summer of 2013 at Mellieħa, Malta. Thank you goes to Phil Edwards of Assembly Field. Thank you for listening.' – Robert Farrugia

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Tuesday, 27 October 2015

AF22 - A Bleeding Star - Soulcreature: The Structure of Nature

{A Bleeding Star} Is A {Dark-Ambient/Gothic/Experimental/Drone} Project Created In {MMVIII} ...Although the Aesoteric Count Only Usually Works With His Personal Gathering of Ghosts, Specters, Spirits {&} Wraiths...Certain Chosen {ABS} Chapters of His {Cauldronations / Sombre Creations} tend to Ask for the Certain Skills of Other Fine {Good-Dark} Soul'd Artists | {^-. .-^}

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Sunday, 27 September 2015

AF21 - Ross Baker - East of Evening

‘East of Evening was an experiment in stripping my sound
down to the barest bones. After years of using layered
and sequenced electronics, I spent 2012 returning to my
roots in playing acoustic instruments and this album
took it to its limit. The original 10 track cassette edition,
released in a single-figure edition in early 2013, featured
only guitar, piano and field recordings - both raw and
treated - plus spoken word on one piece. This expanded
edition features four previously unreleased tracks,
including two which feature a Korg MS2000. I have never
been a summer person but something I love about those
warmer months is the stillness of a summer evening.
East of Evening is inspired by that most serene time of year’
- Ross Baker

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