Flying Saucer Attack: Classic or Dud?

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Dull stoners or transcendent soaring heights or somewhere in between?

RPC aka Captain Swing, Wednesday, 5 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

Transcendent etc. Oh hell yeah. One of those cases where something so seemingly simple (folk + home recording + space + feedback on top of glorious feedback) becomes greater than the sum, even the product of its parts. That said, some songs are less knockout amazing than others, but even when treading water there's a sense of depth and reach that immediately connects with me. Creating a place that didn't seemingly exist before.

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 5 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

somewhere inbetween.

duane, Wednesday, 5 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

good up until the acoustic record with the 'distance' compilation being most extraordinary, after that there seemed to be no point to their existence how many washes of guitar can one make worthwhile. the offshoots movietone and third eye foundation are/were far more interesting. points deducted for making a dull record with roy montgomery which for everyone else would be an impossibility. the wire and suede covers were both great.

keith, Thursday, 6 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

All fantastic save for the dopey cover of 'Drowners'.

jason, Thursday, 6 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

I was surprised to hear how they sounded. I expected a Rezillos cover band. I was very disappointed. It was the governments' fault. It was the fault of the government.

pauls00, Thursday, 6 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

i have to say i never liked them very much. them or movietone. but at least they're both better than Amp, who are just plain awful

gareth, Thursday, 6 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

Ah, Amp. Their appallingly bad live performances were things of ama legend. Never heard any of their records as a result, but ISTR Mr Raggett being a fan.

Anyhoo, FSA. The first four Flying Saucer Attack LP's were big favourites of mine back in the day and they still hold up pretty well now. Noisy rural psychedelia = great idea. The stuff they've done more recently (ie post Chorus) hasn't really grabbed me. Like they're trying to sound more like Matt Elliot but not hitting the mark.

Richard Tunnicliffe, Thursday, 6 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

Amp -- yep, a fan, and I even got the recent live album (which despite the legend was actually pretty good, so go figure) -- but yes, in the mid-nineties the prospect of Amp live reduced many a mortal to gibbering ravings of absolutely horrible shows. Allegedly Hood sponsored a show by them in Leeds and were gutted with the results.

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 6 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

I love their early stuff. That album with beats on (MIRROR or something???) I didn't like. But previous outings... 00H YEAH. Definitely classic.

Kodanshi, Thursday, 6 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

spotty, at best. for me, the male vocals were always the worst part. i really like the instrumentals (especially the ones with matt of 3rd eye foundation), and _further_ is overall amazing.

your null fame, Friday, 7 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

i think that was at the feast&firkin circa april95? Amp, Hood and Mir.

gareth, Friday, 7 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

Was that Mir? Crumbs. An Ian Crause remix of one of their tracks has just come out and it's like the second coming of Disco Inferno. Or at least it sounded like that down a crackly phone line six months ago.

Richard Tunnicliffe, Friday, 7 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

yes i rather wondered what had happened to Mir. they were the best band that night. amp were awful, hood were mediocre on that occasion.

gareth, Friday, 7 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

Yes kids, it's official - the Ian Crause remix of Mir's 'Year of the Monkey' is out on 8th October on lovely 7" vinyl.

Robbie, Sunday, 9 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

Anyone here ever played their take on "Sally Free And Easy" along with any of the myriad earlier versions? Throws up a hundred contextual speculations on what has isolated us from the land and the past, and makes you feel that in a sense we've actually got *closer* to that part of our history through separation, because the range of perspectives through which we can view it is so much wider. Playing the Pentangle and FSA versions of that song back to back was the most powerful resonance I've ever got of just how complicated these times are compared to those, how unreachable those times are, but that this need not be *in any way* a bad thing.

This, at their best, was what FSA did for me. When the fuzz took over I have to admit I was often left cold. Somewhere in between the two stereotypical positions I set up, perhaps.

Robin Carmody, Sunday, 9 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

clusters of geunine beauty amidst some grey dirges - 'The Whole Day' (with Roy Montgomery) being personal favourite. whereas most feedback-drenched rock is druggy + urban, longing for some lost pop innocence, FSA seem genuinely wide-eyed and rural, evoking early morning misty landscapes, reminding me curiously - in spirit, if not in sound- of the Boards of Canada. lovely use of photography on their covers.

stevo, Monday, 10 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

Any thoughts on Third Eye Foundation? I purchased "Little Lost Souls" today and I'm enjoying it thus far.

Mitch Lastnamewithheld, Saturday, 15 September 2001 00:00 (seventeen years ago) Permalink

six years pass...

I lost track after the third or fourth lp, but those first few are definitely classic/transcendent.

I played the "soaring high" 45 last night (and played it loud!) and it still sounds fresh.

city worker, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 14:22 (ten years ago) Permalink

I dragged these records out the other day (Chorus and Further) and was very pleasantly surprised. It's probably been ten years since I listened to them.

sleeve, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 15:59 (ten years ago) Permalink

Chorus and Further were all I listened to freshman year of college. I also really, really loved the 'noise collage' one on Bruce Russell's label. They were my absolute favorite band - all these years later, they're still in the top 100 somewhere. Classic.

If Assholes Could Fly This Place Would Be An Airport, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 16:33 (ten years ago) Permalink

This whole Bristol scene used to be quite the trend but it's fallen off my radar. Are any of these people still doing anything? I know Matt Elliot started putting out albums under his own name; what I've heard hasn't touched the first three Third Eye Foundation albums. No idea about anyone else from FSA/Movietone/etc. doing anything of note in the last five or six years though.

Was Crescent part of this scene? Did anyone hear their album from this year? I've got one of their albums from around 2000 or so that blew my mind back then. Haven't listed to it in a long time though.

pgwp, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 18:12 (ten years ago) Permalink

I heard the Crescent album and it made little to no impression on me. I have two older albums by them and they didn't do much more, to be honest. Matt Elliott lives in France now and does live things every so often; Movietone are, I *think*, still extant but they always did stuff on the downlow anyway; not aware of either of the two FSAs up to anything. Who else is there?

DJ Mencap, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:20 (ten years ago) Permalink

heard some stuff i liked...


pc user, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:24 (ten years ago) Permalink

Whew, I could draw up a list but my brain is currently fried. But speaking as an FSA/3EF/Amp/Crescent/Light/Movietone junkie in general, there's a lot out there...

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:29 (ten years ago) Permalink

Yeah, a POX would be hard. What's David Pierce up to, anyway?

If Assholes Could Fly This Place Would Be An Airport, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:41 (ten years ago) Permalink

Elvis Telecom to thread...

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:42 (ten years ago) Permalink

1.Standing Stone (Distance)
2.Soaring High (Distance)
3.Dreaming Hill (Rural Psych)
4.A Silent Tide (Rural Psych)
5.In the Light of Time (Further)
6.Still Point (Further)
7.Outdoor Miner (single)
8.Coming Home (single)
9.Feedback Song (Chorus)
10.Always (Chorus)

Trip Maker, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:42 (ten years ago) Permalink

I know that D. Pearce and Jessica Bailiff had a collaboration album on Kranky as Clear Horizon.

Trip Maker, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:44 (ten years ago) Permalink

i heard that wire cover, it's good. plus some other things, dunno what tho.

will check out, thanks

pc user, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:44 (ten years ago) Permalink

i like everything fsa did pretty much except i wasn't that big on Mirror or the collaboration with tele:funken (which was just fsa samples, so it wasn't really their fault).

scott seward, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:48 (ten years ago) Permalink

Yeah I got pretty much nothing out of the Tele:funken thing tho I liked Mirror when it came out. Still think New Lands is well underrated. Forgot about Clear Horizon as well! Probably cos I never heard it

DJ Mencap, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:52 (ten years ago) Permalink

Yeah, New Lands is good. I just don't listen to it near as much as the early ones.

Trip Maker, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:56 (ten years ago) Permalink

i haven't listened to new lands in a long time. come to think of it, i haven't listened to ANY of their albums in a long time. further might be my fave if i had to pick one.

scott seward, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:57 (ten years ago) Permalink

gotta love that groovy mirror cover though:

scott seward, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 19:58 (ten years ago) Permalink

hey Ned, did Light release anything besides that single on Wurlitzer Jukebox? 'cause that's all I have, but I love it. And does anyone know what exactly the FSA connection was?

sleeve, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 20:15 (ten years ago) Permalink

What in the hell! Never seen that. Is that a Savage Pencil design? My LP copy is a light brown sleeve with strange line drawings

xpost - album called 'Turning' IIRC

DJ Mencap, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 20:16 (ten years ago) Permalink

There was a Light full-length on Wurlitzer Jukebox that a friend of mine I had. I remember really loving it, but I heard it around the time that I was fully into this kind of thing. I would love to hear that again.
xpost-that's the US (Drag City) cover.

Trip Maker, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 20:17 (ten years ago) Permalink

And yes, it is Savage Pencil.

Trip Maker, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 20:18 (ten years ago) Permalink

Anyone heard Clear Horizon? I don't like Jessica Bailiff...

If Assholes Could Fly This Place Would Be An Airport, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 20:38 (ten years ago) Permalink

there were three Light full-lengths, Turning, Paperboat and the fairly recent Waterside Reverberations on Unlabel. i seem to remember at least as many 7"s.

i don't believe that there was any connection between Dave Mercer and FSA other than the special camaraderie enjoyed by the Bristol bands.

Mr. Hal Jam, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 20:41 (ten years ago) Permalink

wow, thanks! I'll have to keep an eye out for those.

sleeve, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 20:43 (ten years ago) Permalink

Yeah, I have the first two Light albums but not that third one. Must investigate. A comp of the singles would be great.

Speaking of, the three disc Amp rarities comp is killer.

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 20:47 (ten years ago) Permalink

xpost. That Clear Horizon album is pretty much of a piece with the Flying Saucer Attack stuff, and it's *very* good. I've mentioned it in a few other threads: seems to have gotten completely overlooked because nobody knew who it was.

dlp9001, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 21:05 (ten years ago) Permalink

"xpost-that's the US (Drag City) cover."

i never knew there were different covers! never hurts to sell the yanks a little razamataz.

scott seward, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 21:29 (ten years ago) Permalink

Trip Maker and others on this thread...thanks! I have long been an enthusiast of some unholy trinity or quadrernity or whatever of U.S. west coast bands influenced by F.S.A. (it's not too difficult to guess the suspects), but for whatever reason, I've never properly delved into Flying Saucer Attack's catalog. Gratzi for the recommendations and erudition.

Now I need to head over to the Dr. Savannah's Buzzard blah-blah Band thread to express thanks for turning me on to that stuff.

'tis the season.

dell, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 23:26 (ten years ago) Permalink

U.S. west coast bands influenced by F.S.A. (it's not too difficult to guess the suspects)

Aptly phrased.

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 23:34 (ten years ago) Permalink

ha, yeah. 'nuff said.

dell, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 23:34 (ten years ago) Permalink

I second Clear Horizon. Very good album.

I think Movietone is still together, aren't they? I seem to recall they released an album a couple of years back. I love their s/t debut, but I didn't really get into the follow-ups.

Bill in Chicago, Thursday, 20 December 2007 18:59 (ten years ago) Permalink

five months pass...

picked this up the other week, 'tis pretty immersive:

stephen, Thursday, 5 June 2008 21:57 (ten years ago) Permalink

when new lands and the second movietone album came out around the same time, i was conflicted. i thought domino/drag city was trying to break my heart

reggie (qualmsley), Thursday, 5 December 2013 19:13 (four years ago) Permalink

one year passes...

FSA always sounds best on vinyl, Dave’s intended method of delivery.

Ha, it's ironic then that it was a FSA record that first made me aware of vinyl mastering challenges:

Sally Free and Easy 12" EP, Drag City (DC109), late 1996.
``Previously issued in late 1996 only on CD, Sally Free and Easy
has now been brought to vinyl in the mono format, the only way
possible to keep the needle in the grooves. The stereo mix found on
the CD version is out of phase and could not be pressed into vinyl
without causing havoc on the turntable.'' Side one is ``Sally, Free
and Easy,'' rectified for vinyl by Jim O'Rourke, while side two's
``Three Seas'' is in stereo. Limited pressing.

doug watson, Friday, 15 May 2015 14:46 (three years ago) Permalink

Her tumblr post was deleted.

sctttnnnt (pgwp), Sunday, 17 May 2015 10:28 (three years ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

And the cat is fully out of the bag -- Instrumentals 2015, due July 17th

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 2 June 2015 14:17 (three years ago) Permalink

ooooooh. very excited.

dronestreet, Tuesday, 2 June 2015 14:28 (three years ago) Permalink

Love the new track. I haven't listened to FSA in a long time.

©Oz Quiz© (Adam Bruneau), Tuesday, 2 June 2015 16:31 (three years ago) Permalink


😂 (am0n), Tuesday, 2 June 2015 17:23 (three years ago) Permalink

Pastoral feedback is always welcome. Love this shit.

grandavis, Tuesday, 2 June 2015 18:43 (three years ago) Permalink


sctttnnnt (pgwp), Thursday, 4 June 2015 23:37 (three years ago) Permalink

Given his stance on CDs I can't wait for his comments on digital downloads

koogs, Friday, 5 June 2015 03:25 (three years ago) Permalink

pre-ordered on iTunes!

Elvis Telecom, Saturday, 6 June 2015 03:07 (three years ago) Permalink

oh yeah, here it is in the latest Drag City News (prose relatively muted, maybe in awe?)


Open youself to the idea of abduction! Flying Saucer Attack return to release Instrumentals 2015, their first album in 15 years on Friday the 17th of July 2015. Comprised of 15 fresh David Pearce solo guitar performances recorded in characteristically lo-fi manner at home, on tape and CD-R, Instrumentals 2015 is an album that will appeal both to FSA diehards and those wholly unfamiliar with the outfit's recorded output.

The 15 tracks on Instrumentals 2015 present an impressionistic narrative which transports the listener through the excoriating dronescapes and rueful introspection of the album's early pieces to the more redemptive cadences of its closing half. Given its sense of momentum, maintained through Pearce's thoughtful sequencing, this is an album that should be experienced in its entirety, the better to appreciate its deliberate emotional arc.

In celebration, director Peter Strickland has shot his first ever music video for "Instrumental 7," after meeting Dave and using the FSA song 'Seven Seas' in his recently released film, The Duke Of Burgundy.

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR "INSTRUMENTAL 7" (gotta go to xpost for that, at the moment, anyway)

"My first ever music video for a band that I'm very glad to see the return of. Within the Great Plains of Hungary, one can almost hear this music resonating far away in the endless expanse. Three of us in the flatfield for three days with Flying Saucer Attack on our headphones and trying to remember how to use light meters whilst observing a world that mankind is gradually departing from. " - Peter Strickland

Instrumentals 2015 features an etching by erstwhile Flying Saucer Attack member Rachel Coe (of Movietone). With cover artwork by David's sisters Erin and Tamsin, Instrumentals 2015 arrives July 17th

dow, Saturday, 6 June 2015 21:29 (three years ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

Another of the new tracks:

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 25 June 2015 16:15 (three years ago) Permalink

I'd prefer some new Movietone.

djh, Thursday, 25 June 2015 22:32 (three years ago) Permalink

Annnnd a stream is live

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 9 July 2015 14:25 (three years ago) Permalink


grandavis, Thursday, 9 July 2015 14:39 (three years ago) Permalink

tbh i have never heard flying saucer attack to my knowledge
after reading this, i feel like i should
i read the review because of my popol vuh google alert and now i'm curious.

like is this the band i have been looking for? i had no idea. guess i'll have to find out.

La Lechera, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 14:15 (three years ago) Permalink

Big article in the new Wire as well (on the whole Bristol scene, not just FSA).

anthony braxton diamond geezer (anagram), Wednesday, 15 July 2015 14:20 (three years ago) Permalink

you just never know which popol vuh people are referring to, that's the main problem i guess

result : instrumental 4 developed in an interesting way but not as fun to listen to as i had hoped, more pillowy/snoozy
is most of their/his stuff suuper slow like that?

La Lechera, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 14:22 (three years ago) Permalink

their other stuff has a bit more of a pulse LL. i think the main reason people bring up popol vuh is cos they had tracks called 'popol vuh 1' and 'popol vuh 2'

feargal czukay (NickB), Wednesday, 15 July 2015 14:29 (three years ago) Permalink

enjoyed that bristol piece in the wire btw. sent me back to movietone and crescent and i liked both of them a lot more this time around

feargal czukay (NickB), Wednesday, 15 July 2015 14:31 (three years ago) Permalink

xp -
ok thx! are those tracks recommended?
sometimes it's easier to just ask than to look it up
that's what ilm is good for :)

La Lechera, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 14:41 (three years ago) Permalink

they're quite ramshackle iirc, both on their debut album. next two albums were better imo - 'further' and 'new lands'

feargal czukay (NickB), Wednesday, 15 July 2015 14:49 (three years ago) Permalink

Movietone is way, way, way underrated, even by people who generally dig this sorta thing. Those records feel like they're waiting to be rediscovered by anyone wishing there was a shoegaze band somehow more influenced by Bill Evans than Spacemen 3.

Further is my longtime favorite FSA, La Lechera. It seems to touch on everything they do well (though their truly 'pop' side isn't very well represented--maybe pair with the excellent "Outdoor Miner" single). If you like Further, I'd investigate, err, further. Generally speaking, I agree with the pfork review about "phase one" (aka the "Rachel era") being the band's peak, but alm0st everything to emerge from this scene is at least worth hearing. Follow yr bliss!

Wimmels, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 15:19 (three years ago) Permalink

the 3 FSA "Popol Vuh" tracks are all on youtube if you do a quick search, two from the first lp, one from Distance.

koogs, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 15:56 (three years ago) Permalink

the only FSA albums i didn't really listen to much were Mirror and the Tele:Funken collab. Further and New Lands are probably my faves.

i was late to the Clear Horizon album. i like that a lot. didn't even know it existed until a year or two ago:

scott seward, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 15:56 (three years ago) Permalink

thanks, ppl!

La Lechera, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 15:57 (three years ago) Permalink

the Chorus comp too. I love that.

scott seward, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 15:59 (three years ago) Permalink

(which edition of the Wire are you talking about? what's on the cover?)

oh, #378

y'know i went to whsmiths on monday night and looked then to see if the new one was out. nothing...

koogs, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 16:00 (three years ago) Permalink

i would totally pay real american money for a good CD box. i have a lot of stuff on vinyl, but i would love a handy box-set with albums and singles/unreleased/comp tracks. even that heartbeat/complete comp was just vinyl only, i think. and i never saw it anywhere.

just a singles/comp tracks/EP box would be cool.

scott seward, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 16:02 (three years ago) Permalink

i think it's safe to say that if you listen to an FSA album and like it you'll probably like most of the other stuff too.

scott seward, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 16:07 (three years ago) Permalink

you just never know which popol vuh people are referring to, that's the main problem i guess

― La Lechera, Wednesday, July 15, 2015 10:22 AM (1 hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

Another musical Popol Vuh to def hear sometime is the crazy orchestral piece by that title by Alberto Ginastera. It sounds nothing whatsoever like danny and florian but it's a ton of fun

sorry for boring classical derail

demonic mnevice (Jon Lewis), Wednesday, 15 July 2015 16:11 (three years ago) Permalink

(new issue of The Wire is out today according to the woman in whsmiths this morning. unfortunately it was in a box that she hadn't unpacked yet so i'll have to go back (for the 4th time))

koogs, Thursday, 16 July 2015 09:07 (three years ago) Permalink

I never quite forgave FSA for beating me to covering Sally Free and Easy. My dad used to play it on his guitar all the time when I was a kid, and I wanted to cover it. So I downloaded lots of versions from Limewire or Oink or whatever it was then, and found their version sounded exactly like what I wanted to do with it. That was my intro, actually, and I do love them.

Rouge Trooper (dowd), Thursday, 16 July 2015 10:54 (three years ago) Permalink

Really enjoyed that Wire piece though I'm sure reading it in the garden with a bottle of red and some Quorn Chorizo helped.

Strangely, I was bemused to find that I don't seem to own any Flying Saucer Attack albums (lost them? sold them?)

Happy to be prompted to play Movietone.

djh, Sunday, 19 July 2015 17:09 (three years ago) Permalink

Remarkable how many people I've mentioned the Wire piece to have gone "Aren't Movietone fucking incredible? They're sounding better with time" or similar.

djh, Monday, 20 July 2015 21:27 (three years ago) Permalink

I don't know why I didn't pay more attention to them the first time round tbh, they fit nicely alongside hood and dean roberts and all the other post-talk talk stuff I was listening to back then. saw them play once but it was at a festival thing where the whole intimacy of their sound was lost on a fairly large and noisy crowd

feargal czukay (NickB), Monday, 20 July 2015 21:43 (three years ago) Permalink

Movietone that is

feargal czukay (NickB), Monday, 20 July 2015 21:44 (three years ago) Permalink

I could see why they would have been missed at the time. I definitely like them more *now* than *then*.

djh, Tuesday, 21 July 2015 18:27 (three years ago) Permalink

I was going to move this conversation over to a Movietone thread ... but there isn't one.

djh, Wednesday, 22 July 2015 21:09 (three years ago) Permalink

three weeks pass...

(partial) repeat of the '96 peel session

Heartbeat (Radio 1 Session, 1 Mar 1996)
Guitar Blues (Radio 1 Session, 1 Mar 1996)
Resolution Island (Radio 1 Session, 1 Mar 1996)

(missing Jeff Mills Blues and I Can Take You To The Sun)

koogs, Monday, 17 August 2015 10:31 (three years ago) Permalink

Dave's new FACT mix is an extremely pleasant listen but lol at the tracklisting

Hector Ringtone (DJ Mencap), Monday, 17 August 2015 11:45 (three years ago) Permalink

haha, five disc CD changer on random style

feargal czukay (NickB), Monday, 17 August 2015 12:12 (three years ago) Permalink

haven't listened to amc for 25 years, might give it a whirl

feargal czukay (NickB), Monday, 17 August 2015 12:13 (three years ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

Holy heck, an actual interview!

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 2 September 2015 16:59 (three years ago) Permalink


Having a hard time getting into the new one despite my best efforts. It sounds cool and all, but I guess I'm waiting for it to reveal itself beyond that.

Wimmels, Thursday, 3 September 2015 00:48 (three years ago) Permalink

good interview

Nilmar Honorato da Silva, Monday, 7 September 2015 23:51 (three years ago) Permalink

two years pass...

Hey, I like it -- expanded reissue of In Search of Spaces on vinyl...

But also streaming for free on Soundcloud

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 14 November 2017 17:44 (ten months ago) Permalink

Also available on Bandcamp if you don't want the dead dinosaur version

Elvis Telecom, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 04:23 (ten months ago) Permalink

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