• Sly & Robbie Meet Nils Petter Molvaer – Warsaw Summer Jazz Days 2015

    Dave Wesley, October 3rd 2017

    This unique performance and combination of genres/artists is: 1/3 dub 1/3 out jazz 1/3 electronica 100% scintillating. It’s one of the coolest things I’ve ever heard (seen). Yours truly, Dave Wesley – Porto, Portugal

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    • loscil – Drained Lake

      Dave Wesley, September 13th 2017

      Having done some work designing music for dance and visual media, I appreciate a magic combination when I experience it…  This piece is amazing and emotional.  Loscil is one of my artistic heroes.  I’m really confused why you don’t have all of his releases. Music by loscil Choreographed and Performed by Vanessa Goodman Video by Scott […]

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      • Poppy Ackroyd – The Birds

        Adas Butler, June 6th 2017

        The Birds by Poppy Ackroyd Poppy Ackroyd: ““The songs were recorded just outside of Brighton at Retreat Studios, close to the sea on the edge of the village, surrounded by hills, fields and wildlife. As if by magic, it began to rain just before I began to record the track ‘Rain’, and ended shortly after […]

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        • Dust of Shadows

          Adas Butler, June 1st 2017

          Looped 16mm film with optical sound – Numerous species of mushroom spore print onto clear film. (Audio features a poem read by Sylvia Plath) A rarity of wonder over at Bleep – only 23 copies of David Chatton Barker’s ‘Dust of Shadows’ will be available. A co-founder of the unique Folklore Tapes label, who have worked […]

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          • Nonkeen – Saddest Continent On Earth

            Dave Wesley, January 24th 2017

            FB posted by very interesting and prolific musician (hammer dulcimer) and music curator, Joel Hanson, who is moving back to USA from Morocco (big move).  Nonkeen is ostensibly (don’t you hate that word) a Nils Frahm side project and extremely good and extremely chill.  So take the pill. PS:  Joel, when are you going to […]

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            • Premier – Tulipomania – Shooting Off The Set Video at London Short Film Festival

              Dave Wesley, January 4th 2017

              Premiering Wednesday, January 11th, 2017, at 7pm, at the Moth Club in London TULIPOMANIA: SHOOTING OFF THE SET Cheryl Gelover and Tom Murray 4 mins Animated by the musicians of Tulipomania, Shooting Off the Set blends gilded objects with frame-by-frame animated lights as choruses of jittery hand-cast heads lip-sync the lyrics in a frenetic tumble of […]

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              • Tulipomania’s new video for their recently released seven-inch “Who Let You Know” is featured on Magnet Magazine’s “Film at 11”

                Dave Wesley, December 5th 2016

                Tulipomania’s new video for their recently released seven-inch “Who Let You Know” is featured on Magnet Magazine’s “Film at 11”. Check it out!!!

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                • Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York, UK Features Tulipomania Video

                  Dave Wesley, November 3rd 2016

                  Today is the start of the Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York. Tulipomania’s animated music video –   Don’t Be So Sure – is an Official Selection this year Handpainted animation, featuring multiple brushworks shot on thousands of individual sheets of black paper. Self-portraits morph into ambiguity. This is the festival‘s sixth anniversary. This year’s […]

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                  • Tulipomania Music Video at 30th Leeds International Film Festival

                    Dave Wesley, October 11th 2016

                    Tulipomania’s recent cool as hell stop motion animation music video for “Shooting Off The Set” to be showcased at the 30th Leeds International Film Festival, Wed 9th Nov, 2016, 18:00 @ Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds, UK. Check it out:  Drop by if you are in the area. “Shooting Off The Set” is off Tulipomania’s most recent […]

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