New music from myself, Ashley Cooke and Stephen McLeod Blythe.
Now available to order. 30 x C30 tapes released on 30th September.
‘Songs For Abandoned Tube Stations’ is an EP of songs by RELYCS (Ashley Cooke, Adam Leonard & Stephen McLeod Blythe) inspired by the sights, sounds and ghosts of the dozens of closed, unused, or only-travelled-through-at-speed Underground tube stations beneath the streets of London. The EP contains 3 tracks – ‘Aldwych Branch Line’, ‘Lord’s Station’ and ‘Down Street’, recorded by Ashley Cooke (AKA Pulco), Adam Leonard and Stephen McLeod Blythe (AKA Unexpected Bowtie) respectively. The music literally travels from Cooke’s complex and highly evocative subterranean soundscape, past Leonard’s dark, dripping platform of ominous organ music, terminating at Blythe’s wonderfully simple yet effective chip tune Nintendo Gameboy programming, like the music from some uncreated ‘Super Mario London Underground’ game. Mind the gap and enjoy your journey…
Format: Magnetic tape, each with 3 full colour postcards, credit sheet and a high quality digital download via Bandcamp. The tapes come in stickered slip cases, in an edition of 30 numbered copies.
Price is £5 + postage to your location (£1 UK, £2 EUROPE, £3 R.O.W). PayPal to email@example.com [Oyster cards not accepted].
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