Thursday, 31 May 2018

Test Transmission Archive Reel 33 !!!!!!!

This ones taken a while to do because I got sidetracked with other things. The house is filling up with all these Archive Reels, might store them in the shed. This time round to keep you merry and joyous in the summer we have Vaughan Williams, Julian Cope, Renaldo and the Loaf, Mike Oldfield, Beautify Junkyards, Don Partridge, Causa Sui, Revbjelde, A Year In The Country, Shirley Collins & Davy Graham, Carya Amara, Rolling Stones and so much more.

Monday, 28 May 2018

OUT NOW Disjointed Oddities and Other Such Things EP

Out Now and Available from Bandcamp 
Disjointed Oddities and Other Such Things EP.
Disjointed Oddities and Other Such Things is the 1st EP of Odd Strange Electronics, Psych, Radiophonics, Drone and quirky Folk by Keith Seatman. Track five on the EP is a remix of the 2015 album track Broken Folk, the original version of Broken Folk can be heard on the album A Rest Before the Walk. Broken Folk Spiricom Shakedown Remix is by Revbjelde who appear courtesy of Buried Treasure Records.
Read Chris (Black Meadow) Lamberts lovely review at Music for Zombies

Sunday, 27 May 2018

THE DELAWARE ROAD : BLACK PROPAGANDA

 Two brilliant composers create the soundtrack to 1960's Britain then stop making music FOREVER. You won't believe why. The Delaware Road is an occult, radiophonic fantasy written by audio archivist Alan Gubby with additional prose by David Yates / Dolly Dolly.
Illustrated by Enzo Triolo, Nick Taylor, Jarrod Gosling, Rob Halhead-Baker & Luke Insect. Chapter 1: Black Propaganda begins in London during the blitz of world war two. 
Published for the first time in a limited edition of 100 copies, individually numbered & printed on A5 colour 115GSM silk paper. Plus an immediate download of the narrative performed by Dolly Dolly with music by Howlround (taken from the compilation CD The Delaware Road).
Available from Here

Saturday, 26 May 2018

Nick Masons Saucerful of Secrets

Have just picked up a couple of tickets for Nick Masons Saucerful of Secrets shows.
Did try to go to the London dates, but there was not much chance of that really, tix sold out very very swiftly. Anyway looking forward to it as Saucerful of Secrets (+ More) are sort off my most played Pink Floyd albums. Setlist for the London dates here

Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Found Objects: Shadows 75 to 78

Found Objects: Shadows 75 to 78: Shadows was a Thames TV supernatural/mystery series that ran for 3 seri es from 1975 to 1978. A ll the stories were supernatural/Ghost...

Sunday, 29 April 2018

Found Objects: zupa pamięci (olstagia polskie)

Found Objects: zupa pamięci (olstagia polskie): Polish counterpart to Look Around You - well, not exactly (the model perhaps more on the lines of  Poland's Communist-era equivalent...

Sunday, 22 April 2018

Advisory Circle, Ways of Seeing

The new one from The Advisory Circle arrived on my doorstep recently, so I took it for a spin. By this I mean I went for a long drive and had a listen to it on my very pleasant journey (A rather nice drive along the A342 to Devizes works) And can happily say, Ways of Seeing is a delight
Ways of Seeing was inspired by late 70s and early 80s melodic electronic library music. Jon Brooks cites Alan Hawkshaw, Francis Monkman, Suzanne Ciani, James Asher, and John Hyde’s work as Astral Sounds as influences on his sound. But Brooks’ production has a definite contemporary feel making it something more than a simple reconstruction or homage and setting these sparkling tracks adrift outside of time.
Two members of Friendly Fires make guest appearances; Ed Macfarlane on vocals on No Way Back, and Edd Gibson co-production on Scuba. (Ghostbox Records 2018)
Ways of Seeing by The Advisory Circle 
is due for release on 25th May on LP, CD and DL

Pre-orders open 4th May. 

Sunday, 25 March 2018

Feel Free to be Disjointed and Odd on May 28th

Disjointed Oddities and Other Such Things is the 1st EP of Odd Strange Electronics, Psych, Radiophonics, Drone and quirky Folk by Keith Seatman. Track five on the EP is a remix of the 2015 album track Broken Folk, the original version of Broken Folk can be heard on the album A Rest Before the Walk. Broken Folk Spiricom Shakedown Remix is by Revbjelde who appear courtesy of Buried Treasure Records.
Release Date: 28thMay 2018.
CD and Digi Dowload Available from Bandcamp
 

Also later in the year plans are in progress for a 12 inch EP,
but how that's coming out and whats going to be on it........ is for a later date.

Found Objects: An Orgy of Poe

Found Objects: An Orgy of Poe: Spirits of the Dead is a 1968 Omnibus trilogy  Directed by Roger Vadim, Louis Malle and Fedrico Fellini, and staring a mighty 1960s ico...

Buried Treasure Records, Revbjelde Remix album

Some time ago I got an email from the mighty Alan Gubby (Buried Treasure Records, Revbjelde) asking if I would be interested in remixing a Revbjelde track for a remix album that he had in mind. After I hesitated for about a second, I said yes please. So here we are a lot later and my remix of Revbjelde's track Cloister is now included in this Limited edition (100 copies) 16 track cd.  Featuring remixes from Revbjelde's 2017 debut LP by Assembled Minds, Time Attendant, The Twelve Hour Foundation, Keith Seatman, Zyklus & Revbjelde themselves. Also features remixes of Tony McPhee (The Groundhogs), Klaks, La Mort Subite plus rare downloads, live recordings & exclusive new material.  Very pleased (well chuffed is another word I would use) to have been asked to contribute to this project. 
Available from Bandcamp on or around 30th of April.



Saturday, 10 March 2018

Severance - Revbjelde

Arriving in my inbox the other day was the wonderful new three track release Severance, from those multi instrumentalist chaps Revbjelde. Three top notch tracks featuring all the glorious and exquisite instrumentation that was 1st heard on their debt LP Revbjelde.
I strongly recommend you should visit the Buried Treasure Bandcamp page and
purchase this three track gem.

Thursday, 8 March 2018

The End of the line for Print NME

So its finally the end of the printed NME. The NME has been a freebie since Sept 2015, and have to admit I was still picking up a copy (HMV, Train Station) and still quite enjoying the read. So its a massive goodbye to the printed NME, I will Miss you and thank you for the mentions and reviews many years ago (Band I was in had single of the wk and some nice reviews)

Sunday, 25 February 2018