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03 October 2013
WEFT007 - Sean Perkins & Dan Pope - Call Of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land
Strictly limited fluorescent green cassette in stickered transparent case. Only 40 copies produced, 25 of which are available on-line via bandcamp.
Purchase includes immediate download of 6-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Original soundtrack for the game Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land. Produced for Red Wasp Design.
All sounds and music by Sean Perkins and Dan Pope, except samples from It's A Long Way To Tipperary, taken from an out of copyright recording.
WEFT006 - Gusset - Through A Cat's Eyes Darkly
CatCam photos by Isis von Spices. Music by Gusset - The Intelligence is in the Groin (Through A Cat's Eyes Darkly Mix) Original version taken from the Silencio EP on WEFT Records (2003)
29 March 2010
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04 July 2009
WEFT005 - Gusset - Databent UrbEx
Video release. This is a quick 10 min version of the 45min Databent UrbEx live set I played at Bash Out at the Black Swan, Bristol on 20th June 2009.
All photographs and image & audio manipulation by Dan Gusset. Sample images here.
Cover image courtesy of Lisa Furness
Source audio: Field recording of metal roof in the sun by Nick Adamson, MC Prof C and MC Doc G from Radio 4, Floreo De Lamas by Guamary, The Collier's Rant by Bob Davenport, Rubik's Cube: 10.56 seconds, Grow Grow Grow by PJ Harvey @ 33RPM, The Training of O, Mothers Talk by Tears For Fears @ 17RPM, White Chalk by PJ Harvey @ 33RPM.
29 January 2009
WEFT004 - Jonathan Pelham - Sunday Tracks
WEFT004 [43MB ZIP]
I've know Jonathan Pelham for some years now, and have know his music mostly through his Alan Titmash moniker, so it came a great surprise to me when the serenely beautiful Tsuyu appeared on a CDr full of mash-ups he sent me. This collection of Sunday Tracks brings together the best of his chilled tunes, yet maintains the interest and intensity of purpose of his breakcore material. I hope you love it as much as I do.
Labels: Jonathan Pelham