Tag Archives: psyche folk

tir na nog

Much to my own embarrassment our listening world has thus far somehow managed carry on spinning apace without ever having encountered Ireland’s Tir Na Nog. Well that was the case until that is the arrival of a promo featuring four … Continue reading

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lost harbours

Last up from stone recordings you must listen series is a forthcoming aural delight on the way from lost harbours – which our mathematical adding up being present and correct – will be the third in the series. Again just … Continue reading

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preterite

Seemingly as old as the winds that carry it aloft and spoken in a timeless long dead musical tongue, ‘from the wells’ haunts and aches with equal candour as it traverses its lonesome and neglected path, a path littered with … Continue reading

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alex monk

Last featured in related despatches via his debuting ‘exchanging chairs’ set from a few years back, has it really been that long surely not. Latest opus from experimental ambient psychedelicist Alex Monk is the uber limited ‘indiscreet mirror’ set just … Continue reading

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apricot rail

Staying with Hidden Shoal a little while longer, now this is quite simply arresting, been a while since we hooked up to the sounds of Apricot Rail, I seem to recall their last visitation in these pages many, many years … Continue reading

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marika hackman

We mentioned this last time out via tales from the attic volume XVI – from Marika Hackman and prized from her forthcoming ‘sugar blind’ EP here’s an acoustic rendition of the lead out track ‘cinnamon’ – utterly beguiling…..incidentally the full … Continue reading

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aritomo

Aritomo ‘e no naka no sora ukabu niwa – el jard in volador en la pintura’ (bracken)…. Or ’the flying garden in the picture to give it its rough English translation. Not the first time that we’ve had occasion to … Continue reading

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