There’ll be two new albums out on Ghost Box’s sister label, Belbury Music next Wednesday 16th May.
The Scenic Route is the second album for The Pattern Forms since their 2016 Ghost Box records release, Peel Away the Ivy. This time they’ve crafted ten beautiful instrumentals that focus in on their love of a particular kind of soulful 1980s library music. The Pattern Forms is comprised of Ed Macfarlane and Edd Gibson of Friendly Fires together with composer and producer Cate Brooks of The Advisory Circle.
The LP comes on crystal clear vinyl with free download code inside. Artwork is by Trunk Record’s regular designer Paul Flack. It’s available exclusively online in the Belbury Music shop next Wednesday, 16th March. (There are no pre-orders.)
Luminous Foundation’s Haig Fras is an entirely different affair. It’s a semi-melodic, shimmering drift inspired by the geology and biology of a sub aquatic mountain range of the same neame, off the Cornish coast. Luminous Foundation is a collaboration between Neil Mortimer of Urthona and Mark Pilkington of Teleplasmiste (and founder of Strange Attractor Press).
The LP comes on translucent green vinyl with free download code inside. It’s available exclusively online from the Belbury Music shop next Wednesday, 16th March. (There are no pre-orders.)
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