Saturday, 20 December 2014

Seasons Greeting to all

Time for a rest now after a very up (new album & music etc) and down (due to illness) year.
Seasons Greetings. Happy Christmas to you all.

Monday, 15 December 2014

Test Transmission Archive Reel 19


Its the final one of the year and time for be to have a short break and get on with some recording (new album to get to grips with) This time round we have Dolly Dolly, Kate Bush, Graham Bowers, Nurse with Wound, The Lost Trail, Wyrdstone, Oneohtrix Point Never, Douglas E Powell, Black Sabbeth, Collection D'Arnell-Andrea and loads more for your winter listening pleasure. Have a good winter.

Monday, 8 December 2014

Secret Self 7/12/14

I produced a mix for Simon Heartfield's Secret Self show seanceradio.co.uk (5pm on 7th December). Simon's show is the 1st Sunday of every month.
The mix consisted of
Louis & Bebe Baron - Krell Shuttle Ride and_Power Station
Dick Mills (Radiophonic Workshop) - Macrocosm
Pye Corner Audio - Theme Number Six
Bruce Haack - Incantation
Boards of Canada - Dayvan Cowboy
Amon Tobin - Bloodstone
Moon Wiring Club - Activate the Poacher
Michael Bundt - La Chasse Aux Microbes
Kemper Norton - 22.8.99

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Alien Jams Nov 30th


A month or so ago Chloe Frieda who hosts and runs The Alien Jams show on NTS Radio & also the Alien Jams Record Label, invited me back onto the show. I was last on the show way back in February 2014 and had a fantastic time. So I was very much looking forward to it again. This time round I played tunes by The Soulless Party, Simon Heartfield, Alan Hawkshaw, Thomas Leer, The Listening Center and Space Art. I had a fantastic time, and after a very swift post show drink I bid my farewells to Chloe and headed of to find the tube station. Top tip for the day, always check to see if there is any engineering work taking place on the underground.

Monday, 1 December 2014

Its the new one from The Advisory Circle

Very happy chap because the new The Advisory Circle album From out Here dropped through the door. And what a fine album it is to. Some very interesting and creepy stuff here,
Mr Foyster (is full of menace) From out of Here (a tad errie) Triadex Two Five Nine (they are coming to get you) Jessica finds the Beach (Mournful and lovely).
A big old thumbs up for Mr Brooks, and no doubt this will (like as The Crow Flies did) live in my car for a few months for those long and dark winter journeys (I have one coming up in fact, just me and From Out of Here)
 
 
 
 

Friday, 14 November 2014

Alien Jams NTS Radio Sunday 30th

I have been asked back on to the NTS Radio Alien Jams show on Sunday 30th November at 5pm. I have sorted out a nice selection of music/records to play so if you get the chance do tune in for a listen.

Friday, 7 November 2014

This looks fantastic. Unearthing Forgotten Horrors

This looks fantastic. Aderlating, Kemper Norton, Soulless Party, Emily Jones, Septimus Keen. Screenings of Mumsy Nanny Sonny and Girly and Shockwaves, and selections from The Ghost Box Film Retrospective will be shown. Sadly there is no possible way that I can get along for the weekend, so best I check out Hotels ready for next years event.

Monday, 27 October 2014

Out Now Keith Seatman & Douglas E Powell My Morning Ritual


This collaboration came about after I made a visit to Douglas’s recording studio, Twister Valley Records in North Devon to spend the weekend immersed in music, writing and producing field recording’s whilst rambling the countryside and beaches of North Devon. The product of this weekend’s folly was ‘My Morning Ritual’, an electronica scene scape produced by Keith Seatman with words by Douglas E Powell which explores the beauty and ancient rural secrets of the surrounding North Devonshire countryside. I have since recorded another track with Doug and a 3rd might be in the pipeline. All these tunes should be on the next album due out sometime in 2015.
My Morning Ritual is available now on Bandcamp for the mighty price of 80p.

Friday, 26 September 2014

The Post Office Tower "Its not yours"

I recently found an old Postcard from 1967. 
It reminded me of how much I loved The Post Office Tower when I was growing up. 
For me it really was the future.
"It’s not yours. It was paid for by the British taxpayer, and given to you 
by Margaret Thatcher, and it wasn’t hers to give". 
Tony Benn MP

Monday, 8 September 2014

Test Transmission Archive Reel 18


Here we are coming into the Autumn, and I have managed to cobble together another mix. But what do we have on this one????? The Elephants Memory, The Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Justin Hopper, Wendy Craig, The Owl Service, Nino De Luca, Simon Heartfield and loads more. So there you are, and of you go now.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Firework Art, Mark Fleming

A recent present from my friend Mr Palmer the lovely Firework Art Book
and it is exactly what it says on the back cover and website.
An evocative look at a century of British fireworks and Bonfire Nights, seen through the artwork of their labels, posters and brochures
Copies still available from Amazon.




Wednesday, 9 July 2014

An email leads me to The Black Meadow

It all started with an email from Kevin Oyston (Soulless Party Tales from the Black Meadow)
"Can you contact Chris Lambert" (Tales from the Black Meadow Book)
So I sent Chris an email, he sent me one back.
"Would you like to take part in Songs from the Black Meadow"
Without any hesitation I said "YES"
Each week one of the fifteen artists from the Songs from the Black Meadow album is featured on the Songs from the Black Meadow blog page. From Sunday 16th to Sunday 22nd of June it was my turn to be featured. So if you want to delve into my past present and maybe a bit of my future then go to here and have a mooch. Chris Lambert recently recorded a mix for The Garden of Earthly Delights which can be heard here

Saturday, 28 June 2014

British Folk Art Tate Britain

This all looks rather interesting at The Tate Britain
Folk art has often been neglected in the story of British art: by uncovering this 
treasure trove of folk art objects, this exhibition asks why.