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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Moine Dubh Journey


Another long one today, a tad over an hour's worth of folky freakery for you. Back in September Andrew Weatherall guested on 6 Music's Freak Zone and played a load of unreleased songs from his Moine Dubh label. The first bunch of songs were released as part of a 7" vinyl subscription a year ago, five singles for fifty quid. The follow up, which is what I'm assuming this will become, is in this big mp3 file.

A Journey Into Moine Dubh (Freak Zone September 2017)

There's a mixture of Moine Dubh artists here, old and new. Frank Alba and Barry Woolnough both appeared in the first singles club or at the live night at Crystal Palace, Woolnough with the spooky song of loss Great Spirit Father In The Sky. Fireflies, Echowood and Lowroad did too. Nina Walsh, who is in this mix a few times including twice solo with some sparkling acoustic guitar songs, is half of the Woodleigh Research Facility and a long time musical partner. Rootmasters, Jessica Cahill, Eva Eden and Kave are all new ones to me. Over the course of an hour there's some strange modern British folk, some weird psych and some killer tunes.


3 comments:

The Swede said...

Folky freakery are my middle names. I'm looking forward to diving into this, thanks for sharing it SA.

keepingitpeel said...

Andrew James Weatherall is an English DJ, producer, and remixer.
(In case you didn't know who mixed this)

Swiss Adam said...

Thanks Webbie. More updates as we get them.