Tag: art

Descent

The DESCENT project was conceived by me in 1997 as an outlet for the group of Ealing based producers to release music that did not fit into the dancefloor mould of the labels they had in existence at the time.

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Chris Watson & Simon Fisher Turner at The National Gallery

There was lots of great music to be heard last weekend. Thankfully, although the three very different shows I attended were announced between ten months and three weeks ahead of time, there were no clashes or overlaps and there was

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Reaction sheets

A recent conversation prompted me to put some old ARCart reaction sheets online.These were included with records I gifted to DJs and the like, prior to the records being released. As is hopefully obvious, they were meant to be taken

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Bleep43, June 2009 – photos

Last Friday Bleep43 hosted their latest party at Corsica Studios in Elephant & Castle, London. As happened at the past couple of their parties, which I always attend anyway, I was there taking photographs.Alongside the excellent Bleep43 artists, headlining guests

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a couple of Nadler photos published

Two of the photos I took at the Marissa Nadler gig have been published as part of a review on an Italian website.The Ver Sacrum site is the online incarnation of a fanzine which has been in existence since the

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label art

I’ve just made a small but very rare update to the ARCart site, adding links to commentaries on the centre label art used on ARCart releases and other releases I did on various labels. ARCart label art other label art

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animal skin

Well, not really. But some photos of a friend wearing leopard skin tights: see the full gallery here

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Marissa Nadler gig

A few days ago Marissa Nadler performed at The Luminaire in London. She’s an American singer/songwriter of ethereal folk-ish sounding music, mostly acoustic but using occasional electronics in the form of the reverb ever present on her dreamy voice. I

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some hawks, a swan, and other friends

I recently accompanied a friend to a bird of prey centre where he spent an afternoon hawking: see the full gallery here In the Norfolk Broads during a recent stag weekend, a swan swam close by. It was late into

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