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GroundUpSound Sampler Volume2

A new decade, so it surely must be time for the second volume of selected pieces from the GroundUpSound catalogue, this time with a definite leaning toward minimal and ambient content. The long now is hereā€¦

Night of the Soul

The latest addition to the GroundUpSound Archive Project is Dennis Dracup’s “Night of the Soul”, an album of original music created by Denis for the eponymous stage play, written by David Farr and directed by David Emmet at Questors Theatre, London in May 2012.

New GroundUpSound release for Autumn

We present to you, from our man in Italy – revisited, re-imagined and remastered: “BARCELONA”:-

G E O M A N T R A – out now!

Anouncing the latest addition to the LiveEarth catalogue:-

GEOMANTRA !

100% Wholegrain ambientgroove. Summer daydreaming, travelling along the line, ever changing, always now. Lay back and go!

…No plugins were harmed in the making of this record.

Check it out:

Upcoming album releases…

In the engine room for editing and final tweaks we currently have lined up….

GEOMANTRA by LiveEarth, nine ten tracks of organic summer shapes and polyrhythmic groove instrumentals. #ambientgroove #music (100% wholegrain too!)

Night of the Soul by Dennis Dracup; an album of music and soundscape based around tracks composed and recorded for the eponymous stage play.

aaaand last but certainly not least………………..

Doktor Dee’s debut: spoken word notes from the dark side; is it comedy, is it tragedy?

No. It’s Verbal Surgery!

That should keep us going till the end of the year.

LiveEarth new album – live!

Announcing the release tomorrow, 14/4/14, of LiveEarth’s latest album, “Thirteen”:

Preview and download here from 14/4/14

A recording of their improvised looping webcast session on 13/3/13 at the commencement of “Time On Acid”, a ten year online noise art installation by the one-and-only Nigel Noize.

More info at timeonacid.com – catch it quick, as it ends 13/3/23…

Thirteen! The ebb and the flow:

LiveEarth jam session at Time on Acid’s 10 year installation

Well, by all accounts the LiveEarth webcast jam session, at the inauguration of the ten year noise art installation ‘Time on Acid‘, was a resounding success!

They crashed several planes, achieved more than a few sublime moments and ventured into unforeseen vocal territory…

For those of you who missed it, you can watch the whole thing here:

LiveEarth do Time on Acid - intro

Ten Years – Time on Acid starts here…

Livearth do Time on Acid (2h50m)

Livearth 13313 session (2h50m)

…not for those with a short attention span!

Quote of the evening from Steve ‘Dr.’ Dracup: “Well I didn’t expect that to happen”!

Many thanks to Nigel Noize. Watch out for their next jam session in the67club spaceship that is Time on Acid!

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