Departures 2010 CDr Edition, Pimlico and Improvs for Cancer out now!

Message to Bears – Departures 2010 CDr Edition now available in store!

Clem Leek & Jannick Schou – Pimlico

Stunning collaboration between Clem Leek and Jannick Schou (aka Cylon). Ghostly drones resonate like aching memories over field recordings; this breathe taking piece of music show cases the real talents of both of these rising stars in the ambient scene. Clem Leek is known mostly for his solo piano based compositions and for running the Schedious imprint. Jannick Schou has had several releases on various well respected DIY labels after having his debut released by us under the name cylon.

Limited to just 60 copies. This 3″ CDr disc comes packaged in a small box with stickered artwork and vellum obi strip. Also included in the box is a type written numbered insert. The first 50 also come with individual tea cards showing images of trees from around Britain.

David Tagg – Improvisations for Cancer

“Improvisations for Cancer” is the recording of a collaborative effort between ambient artist David Tagg and Polish improv group Forces Mobiles. The 4 tracks on this disc dance between melodic free jazz and dark ambience whilst maintaining a running narrative of sorts. Gloomy in places but hopeful in others; this is a challenging but highly rewarding listen. David Tagg runs the Install label along side Brian Grainger.

Limited to just 60 copies, this 3″ CDr disc is packaged inside a small box with stickered artwork and tied with string. Each copy comes with a unique photographic negative and a hand numbered textured paper insert.

Also, 2 new distro items from Heat Death records in the distro!

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