8th June was World Oceans Day, and for the last few years WM Recordings act Keshco have contributed to special Oceans Day CDs curated by Notebook Of A Mermaid. This time they recorded a version of Brian Eno’s “By This River”.
Andy Brain – acoustic guitar, vocal, production (via 8-track and Buzz)
Robert Follen – percussive orchestra, vocal
Luke Sample – lap steel guitar, flute
The video was filmed in Gillespie Park, a haven of tranquility near the Emirates Stadium in North London.
For more information on the 2011 CD, please visit:
Keshco’s latest album “Lego Of Me” can be downloaded here.
With the release of the first album Today is Sunday on WM Recordings in 2008 MeanwhileProject.Ltd first started as a one-man-project.
Now Meanwhileproject.ltd is back with The Joey Burns EP, which was recorded with a full band. The EP will be followed later this year by the new album The Judas Hole.
Download The Joey Burns EP here. It’s free!
The EP already got a great review on the Music Dissection blog:
“Please don’t shrug this EP off as another couple of free tracks available as such because of their unimportance. Instead, take quarter of an hour out of your evening, stick some headphones on and race across the wide west on your dashing stallion.” Read the full review here.
Zloty Dawai did it again. They pressed the red button and recorded the sounds of their sine-powered engines that are transporting them through time and space – for more than a decade, now.
Their latest album is called Torso Apart, another 44 minute adventure into the accoustic realms of free improv. Free download here.
Out now on WM Recordings: Ostrich Von Nipple Contemplates The Cosmos. A must for fans of The Residents, Snakefinger and the like. The album is available from all major download stores, including iTunes and Amazon.
Check out the video for the track “Cannibalism is funny”:
If you’re in Europe you can preview the complete album in Spotify.
We’re proud to present a new free album download by Claudio Nuñez and Germán Jeselsohn: Interaccion.
“The music goes were it has to go…”
Coming soon on WM Recordings: Ostrich Von Nipple Contemplates The Cosmos. A must for fans of The Residents, Snakefinger and the like. Check out this great video for the track “Cannibalism is funny”, directed by S. Bedford.
Episode 74 of Klezmer Podcast, a show hosted by Keith Wolzinger, is dedicated to Molotow Brass Orkestar. The podcast includes an interview with Reimar Walthert of the Orkestar and features music from their debut cd on WM Recordings.
The Netaudio London festival is back. Building on their whirlwind of a 4 day festival at Shunt in 2008, it’s with great pleasure that they announce Netaudio London 2011.
This packed all-dayer on Sunday 15th May 2011 promotes the work of artists who use digital and network technologies to explore new boundaries in music and sonic art. The festival encourages participation in all forms: interactive sound art installations, conferences, workshops, collaborative online broadcasting and music showcases.
The programme is in two sections: daytime sessions at The Roundhouse contain most of the activities listed above, leading up to an exciting schedule of evening performances at KOKO. For details on the daytime programme, you will have to wait a little longer: expect regular news over the next weeks.
For now, there are many opportunities for you to get involved: The Netaudio London festival is looking for a variety of artists to participate in different ways during the day.
For more info about the event please visit netaudiolondon.org.