The Osheaga festival in Montreal, Canada is just coming to a close and Pat Hamou has created these 4 posters for different concerts across the month. Released one a week they also all join up to form a landscape featuring the bands’ names – beautiful work from Pat although I think he’s probably sick of drawing bricks now.
The new Ghost Box Study Series No.9 up for pre-order now. This one has Pye Corner Audio and Listening Centre on it and is titled: ‘Projections’. Building into a nice little series now.
Interesting. Trailer is here, could be fun with the kids but my god the music is bad.
Check these out, Kid Acne has unearthed a pile of his old ‘Council Pop’ LPs and given them a makeover inside and out, added new material and more. He’s got them on sale in a very limited edition over here in a package that includes an extra disc of instrumentals and a customised ‘Radio Music’ 12″, the original single from the album. Three customised discs in an edition of 33 for £33 plus postage – bargain.
He made this 10 years ago with fellow artist Req One and it’s a possibly one of the most honest British rap albums you’ll ever hear. Totally unpretentious, Ed writes about what he knows and sees on the street rather than pretending it’s all about bitches, bling and being bad, he’s more likely to rap about dogs, dracula and going down the dole office.
Below is the piece Ed and Req One did that features on the back of the album cover.
I decided that the imagery in the Boards of Canada video I made for ‘Semena Mertvykh’, in the post before, was all wrong. Whilst both being excellent clips, the tone was over-bleak with too much grey and black and there wasn’t any warmth in the film. This track has really captured me from the new ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’ album – it’s dark and bleak but there’s warmth, hope and beauty there too, an incredibly hard thing to pull off. I thought it deserved a different approach and decided to make a new edit using the opening scenes from Richard Stanley‘s 1990 film, ‘Hardware’.