Elsehow – Can Somebody Live the Same Day Twice? CD
Piero Delux returns to the Submarine Broadcasting Company for his second album. This time Piero brings us a collection of original instrumentals, ranging from atmospheric ambient pieces through to emotional cinematic pieces.
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Draaier – The Town That Was Murdered CD
The Town That Was Murdered is Draaier’s love/hate letter to their home town of Jarrow, an a homage to the book written by Red Ellen Wilkinson. Forgotten at best, actively dismantled at worst, Jarrow is a signifier of the treatment of Northern industrial towns. Pitch black in places but not without glimmers of hope, there is a violence and frustration that runs underneath the surface, a resentment at being ostracised.SKU: SBCA075
Elsehow – Patterns CD
Patterns is the debut album from Elsehow (singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Piero Delux). It’s a beautiful collection of original songs that range from art-pop through to synth pop, plus three covers of material by artists who Piero cites as major influences (Talk Talk, Brian Eno and Scott Walker). It’s an album ideal for the summer with lots of shifting, shimmering sounds and Piero’s plaintive vocals, but it’s definitely bittersweet with minor keys and songs of love and loss.SKU: SBCA053
Antonello Perfetto & Greg Nieuwsma – Aquarium CD
Anton and Greg of Corticem return with a tour of the aquarium. The sounds swimming around on this record come from a MicroKorg XL, an Arturia Microbrute, a drum kit, a, Nord electro 3, a Gem sprinter 61 combo organ, four electric guitars, a handful of rubber bands, a bass guitar, some samples, a suitcase harmonium, , some vocals, some handclaps, some shakers, a glockenspiel, some whistling, a banjo, a lap steel, text-to-speech technology, a virtual instrument or two, and have been modified or processed using a Tascam 414mkii 4-track recorder as well as various loopers and effect pedals.SKU: SBCA079
Stringmodulator – Manifesto CD
Stringmodulator is the brain-child of German musicians Jan Quednau (bass) and Fabian Chmielewski (guitar). Their shared love of electronica, krautrock and jazz is the basis for their experimental music on 10 strings. All sounds are made by guitar and bass. The title of their new album “Manifesto: Noises made by Guitar and Bass” says it all: all sounds are made by these two instruments (and effect pedals). The music was composed spontaneously and recorded on a two-track machine without subsequent overdubs. By this means Jan and Fabian could capture the inspiration and the energy of the here and now.SKU: SBCA008