Michael Begg, Jonathan Coleclough, Andrew Liles and Colin Potter will perform in London, at Cafe Oto, on September 30th 2016. The event, ICR:35, is our way of acknowledging the contribution of Colin Potter’s ICR to the European experimental music scene over an astonishing 35 year period (so far!)
Full details/tickets at the Cafe Oto website:
The eagerly anticipated album from Fovea Hex, HERE IS WHERE WE USED TO SING has finally arrived and is now shipping from the Omnempathy Store…
SORRY. CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK
Brainwashed say – “the more I listen to the album, the more I fall in love with it. Sublime”
Musique Machine say “With a microscopic attention to the qualities of every sound, each of the eleven tracks has a deep richness that almost overpowers… It binds so deftly the studied traditions of song craft with the free experimentation of sound art to make them seem like wholly natural ingredients of a new form” 5 stars
REMEMBER – the Special Edition of the release with a bonus disc, THREE BEAMS, featuring remixes by William Basinski, Colin Potter and Michael Begg is only available from Janet Records, Die Stadt, ICR and Omnempathy.
Michael Begg is the subject of a substantial Fragile Pitches themed interview with Tobias Fischer in Tokafi
The direct link to the interview is…
Omnempathy has enabled digital downloads for all Human Greed recordings, and Fragile Pitches via its Bandcamp site…
This is the first time that Consolation, the 2001 debut release by Human Greed, has been made available digitally. Similarly, this is the only location where Colin Potter and Michael Begg’s Fragile Pitches can be purchased as a digital download.
We are hoping to make some live recordings available exclusively via Bandcamp. Human Greed’s Michael Begg is presently reviewing the existing recordings. More soon.
The strongest review yet for Fragile Pitches from Boomkat…
“Massive in scale and often brutally powerful… this is clearly an album shaped by the hands of two seasoned masters in the art of soundscaping.”
Frans de Waard gives a positive – though typically oblique – review of Fragile Pitches in Vital Weekly…
“Slow, minimalist changes of glacier like moving masses. This is of course the kind of music that needs its time to develop. A great work indeed. Potter is one of the masters of the genre, and this release is easily one of his best.”
Buy directly from the Omnempathy Store here (http://omnempathy.com/boutique/?p=54)
Brainwashed.com have published a review of Fragile Pitches by John Kealy.
“…a sublime hybrid between the real world and a fantastic alternative… Although it is a live album, Fragile Pitches never truly feels like it happened here on earth”
The full review can be found at this URL : http://tinyurl.com/FP-brainwashed
The first review of the recent 2CD release, Fragile Pitches, by Colin Potter and Michael Begg has just appeared online at Musique Machine.
“Circular, tidal movements slowly change into intense, ringing carillon chords setting off the defensive trills and squawks of unknown creatures at night. Shimmering curtains of constantly moving timbres play the same note over avalanches that ultimately reveal a solemn waltz on the wind before it disappears along with all other reverberations into the cathedral’s interior, swallowing like a black hole.”
The full review, whcich was written by Russell Cuzner, can be read at this location:
Buy Now from Omnempathy Boutique
After a brief delay caused by the grounding of all air traffic over the UK and much of mainland Europe we are very happy to say that Fragile Pitches has finally found its way here and is now ready for shipment.
Well over half of the limited edition (120) 3 disk version are already gone. It is still available, however, from the Omnempathy store. Cost = £15.00 GBP + £1.75 P&P
The standard 2CD version of the release featuring both live sets from St Giles cathedral in their entirety costs £12.00 GBP + £1.75 P&P
You may also be interested to know that in order to make room for new stock we are currently offering Human Greed’s 2001 debut album, Consolation, at the very friendly price of £5.00 GBP + £1.75 P&P. Also note that P&P costs are automatically discounted for multiple disk orders.
A live recording of Fragile Pitches – the new work by Colin Potter and Michael Begg – as performed at St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, in December 2009, will be released by Omnempathy/ICR in April 2010 as a 2CD, with a limited run (120) featuring an additional CDR of extra material recorded by Colin and Michael and featured between the live sets during the event.
1 hour track: Lymphoy
Grace Oda, Miguel Arredondo and Susan Begg
Cost is anticipated to be £12 UKP (2CD) and £15 UKP (2CD & bonus disk)
Please do feel free to note interest and make a reservation at this point, especially in the limited edition featuring the additional disk – but do not send any money. Note interest by sending mail >>here<<