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:
Counting down to Weds 8pm 13/3/13 – live webcast. Livearth are subverting the commencement of timeonacid’s 10 year sonic installation…
Will they crash and burn? Will there be sublime moments? Probably both…
Anything could happen when the Live meets the Earth!
More info at the Time On Acid website. Anything could happen!
To Coincide with Live Earth’s first performance in a very long time on 13/3/13, we announce the release of GroundUpSound‘s 13th album, also by Livearth:
“Retro Spectres”, a 13-track nocturnal journey through a night’s dreams…
A Jungian hallowe’en full moon trip through the hours of darkness…
GUS013 is available to stream and download at the LiveEarth shop
On Wed 13th Mar at 8pm GMT make sure
the EARTH wire is connected to the LIVE terminal.
Anything might happen…
A big cheer and congratulations are once again in order for Chris Purcell and everyone involved in the award-winning short film “Why Don’t We Do It In The Road?” – a delightful work celebrating the zebra crossing outside Abbey Road studios, made famous by the eponymous Beatles’ album cover.
Of course not forgetting the brilliant music contribution of our very own Dennis Dracup!
Winner of “Best documentary” at the 2012 UK Film Festival.
Winner of “Best Super Short” at the 2012 NYC Independent Film Festival.
Winner of Best Super Short at the NYC Independent Film Festival. Three cheers to all concerned!
An evocative portrait of one of London’s most peculiar tourist attractions – a humble pedestrian crossing in St John’s Wood. But this isn’t any ordinary piece of street furniture… a 10minute photo session back in the summer of 1969 saw to that. A couple of weeks after Neil Armstrong took his giant leap… the Beatles took a few short steps across Abbey Road and the rest is history.
Roughly timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first recording session at Abbey Road Studios, this quirky short film explores a tiny part of London that has been suffused with a sort of magic.
Another new release in just a few days – well, whatever next!
Wonderful spacious reflective piano and electronic treatments here in the soundtrack album by Dennis Dracup, written for the eponymous stage play by Zinnie Harris and directed by David Emmet at Questors Theatre.