New CD review- “A remarkable aural pleasure”

‘Insomni’ reviewed in Chain D.L.K Feb 2016:

“Many tracks of this output, such as “Holme Posts” or “Fen Drove”, features environmental sounds in Cambridgeshire, where there’s the lowest point in Great Britain (if I remember well around 3 metres below sea level). A remarkable aural pleasure”.

http://www.chaindlk.com/reviews/?id=9100

Spire Live in Cambridge | 26th February 2016

5-9pm
5 Emmanuel Road
Cambridge
CB1 1JW

Directions

Performers:

John Beaumont
Marcus Davidson
Philip Jeck
Charles Matthews
Simon Scott
Claire M Singer
The Eternal Chord

This concert will be recorded and the entry fee guarantees you a free copy of some of the recordings [wav files]. Which tracks we make available will depend on the quality and suitability of the recordings, of course…

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Touch presents… Live at Cafe Oto | 31st January 2016

Café Oto Sunday 31st January 2016

featuring LA-based artist Mark Van Hoen, an interview with Tony Myatt by Jon Wozencroft, plus sound ecologist and Slowdive drummer, Simon Scott, following on from his album, Insomni.

Mark Van Hoen
Simon Scott
Tony Myatt with Jon Wozencroft

www.cafeoto.co.uk

Live in Cologne | 28th January 2016

kolnlive

Live show: Köln on Thursday 28th January and the following day a ‘Sound Ecology’ workshop on Friday 29th.

Details and tickets here: ambientfestival.de