Saturday, 24 July 2010


another weekend, another new track. first draft july 15th, finalised - this draft at least - july 22nd.

know that the music we've made in july this year, the names we've given those tracks, and the dates on which we made them, are all significant. for reasons we don't care to explain. that's fine; if you know us personally, you'll get those resonances. if you don't, hopefully you'll still enjoy the music on its own merits.

Saturday, 17 July 2010

to please the moon

another new track, and already one of our personal favourites. this was created more or less in its entirety on 15th july 2010, with some very minor tweaking on 16th july 2010. we'll put it online anon; it's very late here (nigh on 5am) and we're tired. there are a few more tracks, which we've been working on in the last couple of days; we'll let you know about them when they're done.


Friday, 16 July 2010


herewith the provisional track listing for the first logos album:

1. those three bones 2. canticle 3. heaven can wait 4. gehenna now 5. volo ergo sum 6. manunkind 7. ice age

we intend to start re-working and finalising these tracks shortly. this listing may be subject to change, especially if we can fit more tracks on. if a particular favourite track of yours is not included therein, don't worry; we've also outlined provisional track listings for another few albums, with tracks being arranged or sequenced thematically and by personal association. for example, the second and third track listings are currently as follows:

1. hollow hills of london 2. everybody gets elves 3. enoch's ladder 4. black helicopters over highgate 5. tectonic states 6. hymn to pan 7. dunwich beach, september 2001 (a fragment)

1. sophis rising 2. to please the moon 3. sun king 4. do you love? 5. the opening of the mouth 6. sophis setting

yes, you won't have heard of some of those tracks as we've not yet finished them.

more news anon.

Monday, 12 July 2010

coming forth by day / dunwich beach, september 2001 [a fragment]

we've recently completed two new tracks; dunwich beach, september 2001 [a fragment], and coming forth by day.

dunwich beach, september 2001 (a fragment) was begun on 4th july 2010 and finalised on 8th july 2010. as the name suggests, the final track is a much-distilled fragment of a longer original. we expect to re-work and finalise the full-length version at some point. as the name also suggests, there's an allusion to a similarly named brian eno track. dunwich beach does have a specific ratio for us, though, in particular dunwich beach in september 2001.

coming forth by day was begun on 9th july 2010, and finished on 12th july 2010. do we want to say any more? not specifically.