Album updates and black circle Gaza comp

Well, the limited wooden edition of “A Theory Of Psychic Geography” sold out pretty quickly and has mostly been shipped out. The standard CDR and download editions will be available in the next couple of weeks (slight delay due to infrastructural implosion at 19f3 headquarters).

The first review of the album has been published via ATTN:Magazine. Thanks to Jack Chuter for that. Hopefully more will follow.

Other C/F updates: I’ve contributed an exclusive track to a black circle records compilation reflecting on recent horrifying events in Gaza, which is a free download here. Sounds were sampled from news reports and a databent image of an Israeli airstrike.
Also in progress are some curious noise wrangling for a 3-way split with the very excellent artists Stapperton and Laica and a Godflesh cover for a tribute album I’m trying to put together for November. Oh, and another exclusive track has already been sent in for this year’s Dark Outside.

Stay tuned for further broadcasts.

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