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Fovea Hex – Here Is Where We Used To Sing

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.

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Laura Sheeran Debut album – pledge

Laura Sheeran has launched a pledge campaign in order to fund completion of her solo debut double album; Lust of Pig and the Fresh Blood

Pledgers can select a range of options, limited editions, gifts and incentives – and a percentage of each pledge is donated to charity.

If you are interested – and wish to hear samples of the album recordings please visit Laura’s Pledge Music profile here:

http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/laurasheeran

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Laura Sheeran: Music for the Deep Woods

Laura Sheeran’s digital album, Music for the Deep Woods, is freely available for download from This Is Open Music and can be found at this URL:

http://www.thisisopenmusic.com/2010/04/opn013-laura-sheeran-music-for-the-deep-woods/

Human Greed’s Michael Begg (both Laura and Michael have previously worked together in Fovea Hex) contributes to a beautiful track called Ag Chuimniu

Ag Chuimniú (SWALL)
Michael Begg (fovea hex/human greed) – ambient soundscape
Saoirse Wall (SWALL) – lyrics/songwriter
Laura Sheeran – guitar/vocals/synth

Ag Chuimhniú by laurasheeran

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Gone Every Evening

In the recent-ish Fovea Hex shows at Torino and Barcelona one of the highlights has been a song called “Every Evening”. A very different version of this, along with another piece called “Gone” have been released by Andrew Liles / Fovea Hex as a collaborative limitied edition (500) 7″ vinyl package, curiously called “Gone Every Evening”. Appearing are; Clodagh Simonds, Andrew Liles, Laura Sheeran, Fabrizio Palumbo and yours truly.

Copies have arrived in the post from both Andrew and Clodagh, so I have one to hold in each hand.

It’s a lovely piece of work (in which I am credited as contributing “ambient tinting”) which is also lovingly packaged, and made available to the discerning public by the equally discerning Die Stadt