Adrian Slatcher writes poetry, fiction and criticism, and lives in Manchester.
EMOM (Electronic Music Open Mic) nights have been a wonderful movement over the last few years led by the vision and persistence of Martin Christie. This has now manifested itself in a new compilation beautifully put together by Werra Foxma records, as a vinyl LP, and because of the time limitations of the medium, a double CD “expansion pack”. My instrumental ambient track “Bell-wearer at Twilight” (from forthcoming Ambient Musics 2007-21 compilation) is included on the CD version.
Buy any version of the release and you’ll get the digital download of my track. There are a lot of nice packages available from the Werra Foxma website. A beautiful artefact all round.
A reminder that you can download Bonbon Experiment releases from BDM Recordings website – the new ambient compilation will be available to download and on C90 cassette shortly.