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Gig at Oval House Theatre 10-6-11



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Music will begin shortly after the theatre production finishes (approx 9.15-9.30pm).
There will be new material and songs from our album “Sketches For A Lost Summer”.

Please bring friends, all welcome.

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Independent Label Market

courtesy of testpressing.org

Berwick St, Soho, London Saturday 21st May 2011 – street market taken over by some of the UK’s most prestigious indie labels: Rough Trade, Heavenly, Peace Frog, Moshi Moshi, Domino, Mute, R&S, Wall Of Sound, Soul Jazz, Bella Union and XL.
The plan was simple – grab a box of our CDs, some promotional signs constructed by Matt and a set of headphones/MP3 player containing the whole of “Sketches for A Lost Summer” then proceed to location and set up our own super-independent market stall. What could go wrong? Continue Reading →

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Mydnyte remix

The Untied Knot – The Clocke Stopped At Mydnyte – Remixed by ianfaragher

Listen to this exclusive motorik-flavoured remix from minimalist guitar composer and drummer Ian Faragher.
While you’re at it have a listen to some of Ian’s lovely multi-layered guitar pieces on his Soundcloud page

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A to Z: A is for Astral Social Club

This is the first of a new (ir)regular series as I dip into The Untied Knot’s CD/vinyl/mp3 collection and dig out some firm favourites from A to Z.

A is for Astral Social Club

If you’ve never heard one of ASC’s brilliant and bizarrely-named ecstatic electronic noise collages you’re missing a treat. Neil Campbell’s genre-defying sound pile-ups range from warped ADD undanceable beat driven work-outs to shimmering multi-core power drones. I hesitate to use the term psychedelic because of the inevitable peace and love connotations but listening to this music is probably the closest to an aural hallucinogen I’ve ever got.


 

Campbell is a stalwart of the UK underground and I first ventured upon his music whilst he was at the helm of Vibracathedral Orchestra where the drone aesthetic was in strong evidence. Ever-evolving, he split from them in 2006 to proceed with this stellar monikered largely solo project. The chance to experience Astral Social Club live at the kind of volume that carries you into a synaesthetic maelstrom is one not to be overlooked and has been documented previously by me here.

Recommended releases:

Neon Pibroch (Important Records)

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It’s a family affair

What links EMF to The Untied Knot?
Find out in our family tree

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