Many thanks for the tape, which arrived a while back. I've been listening to it since and soon realised that you shouldn't be merely selling it... you should be secreting all copies in hidden locales around the country: abandoned industrial units, overgrown banks of black ponds, the rusted ribcages of shipwreaked boats... anywhere where an unsuspecting individual could uncover it, take it home and... listen. It's music with the texture of a freshly dug grave...
Yes, I liked it."
We recorded a collection of songs onto a reel-to-reel tape deck. What we captured on that day was completely unpredicatable. We came out with a string of recordings, some improvised and some skeleton pieces. It is intended as a beginning, raw and unprocessed.
Recorded over a second-hand jazz tape, snippets of the original recording drift in and out like a faded photograph bringing its own disjointed memories.
The recording can be heard as a complete piece on a series of cassette tapes, released in December 2012. Four tracks were also available as part of a hand-printed booklet telling a visual story around the songs.
Brother Number One