“The raw beauty of her melodies glimmer through prickly thickets of stark and dissonant chordal drones” – The Wire
We proudly present the new album from Kemper Norton – Loor, released 27.10.14.
Seen as a nocturnal and corrupted sequel to their previous album, Carn (released last year on Exotic Pylon), the album’s creation was inspired by real and imagined cities from childhood, bathed in traditional folk, found sounds and community chants, celebrations and invocations. Loor (which is Cornish for moon) represents the next ambitious transmission in the expanding audio landscape that Kemper Norton are creating.
Every now and then you hear something which completely blows you away.
We came across Lutine performing at Joseph Stannard’s OuterChurch last year, and were immediately mesmerised by Heather and Emma’s vocals, drawn in by the perfect songwriting. Now less than a year later and they have produced something very very special. Of course, we would say that, but take a listen…
Front & Follow, in collaboration with The Outer Church, present a stunning new EP from Pye Corner Audio – The Black Mist EP. The EP features an extended mix of the title track Black Mist (the original featured on last year’s Outer Church compilation), new track Bulk Erase and a remix of Black Mist by fellow OC collaborators Old Apparatus.
F&F / 2014 /
KEMPER NORTON /
THE OUTER CHURCH /
PYE CORNER AUDIO /
PSYCHOLOGICAL STRATEGY BOARD /
SONE INSTITUTE /
We are thrilled to announce that Lutine will be releasing their debut album on Front & Follow this year. Hailing from Brighton, the duo have made waves in a short space of time with a handful of incredible live shows.
Happy New Year!
A huge thank you to everyone who supported us over the last year, including everyone who played, reviewed and of course bought our releases.
It was a fun year, hopefully we can do it all again in 2014 (more news very soon).
Justin & Helen x
We are thrilled to announce the return of The Doomed Bird of Providence with the follow-up to the acclaimed Will Ever Pray.
Blind Mouths Eat continues their exploration into the darkest regions of Australian colonial history, with this stunning collection of new works including the epic Mahina.