Tag Archives: hauntology

scarfolk council

Happened across this quite beautiful oddity on a recent rummage around posting sites, one for those much loving of altered timelines and secret villages and places removed from common day realities not to mention founded, or so you would think, … Continue reading

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klaus morlock

I swear we’ve tripped across this on a related resonance fm podcast / mixcloud mention, this is the quite wonderfully magic land macabre of Klaus Morlock’s ‘the chamber of lost dreams’ from a newly peeled set entitled ‘penumbra’. Another of … Continue reading

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children of the hum

Strange found happenings from the Scarfolk community, this be the folk of children of the hum seemingly celebrating the whirring communications emanating from pylons, seriously don’t shoot the messenger, tis all very late 70’s Quatermass and curiously quintessentially English wyrd … Continue reading

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cloud waste and the calf

Another of those band camp finds I’m afraid, this woozy and wonky soul tinkered, tweaked and trimmed on dust gathered analogue devices no doubt in a secret sonic shed is the handiwork of Pete Hackett here masquerading under the alter … Continue reading

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stefano leproto

One of those releases that we here suspect ought by rights to appeal to those of you fully subscribing to the vintage grooves emanating from out of such esteemed sound houses as ghost box, polytechnic youth and patterned air, this … Continue reading

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concretism

‘concretism – electrics’.  And having just mentioned Concretism in passing, then here’s Concretism on the player. Literally fresh off the line following quiet acclaim still being heaped upon his recently released debut album ‘town planning’ which is we believe getting … Continue reading

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klaus morlock

And now for something tasty from Klaus Morlock whose set ‘the bridmore lodge tapes’ you might well recall us mentioning a few months back on its way to a limited issue on reverb worship. More strangeness abound on their return … Continue reading

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