2013 winds its way towards an inevitable conclusion.
Before we get there though, you’ll be pleased to know a suite of new audio explorations are due for release and this month we’re very pleased to be issuing three new editions on Room40.
The first edition comes from Rafael Anton Irisarri, whom many of you will know from his outstanding The North Bend. He returns with another album of utterly spellbinding landscape music titled The Unintentional Sea.
Our next LP comes from Berlin based pianist Simon James Phillips, who delivers Chair easily one of the most expressive solo piano records we’ve had the pleasure to hear in some time. Deep, rich tonal playing like the heaviest clouds you could image!
The final edition this month continues our archival series from Brisbane underground electronic maestro Eugene Carchesio. 32 Days sees Carchesio deal out another unexpectedly cosmic sound experience – tiny percussive orbits exploding again and again.
Next month two new free editions!
We also complete out annual program of live events this Thursday with a concert from Glitch icon Oval at the IMA as part of the MONO series.