Farmer’s Angle by Belbury Poly is out now on 7″ vinyl EP, CD, Donwloads and Streams.
The first in a complete series of Ghost Box re-issues, starts with the first release on Ghost Box records from January 2005. Originally on 3″ CD, the debut release for label co-founder Jim Jupp was joyfully naïve yet oddly sinister electronica. It very much set out Ghost Box’s stall with its strong roots in library music, TV soundtracks, folk and psychedelia.
Packaged in the original sleeve art by Julian House that was to establish the label’s strong visual identity. Drawing influences from library music albums and Penguin books of the 60s and 70s with a classic British modernist aesthetic, House’s work for Ghost Box predated the eventually ubiquitous use of paperback book visuals in popular commercial graphic design.
Farmer’s Angle was included in an Electronic Sound magazine feature, A History of Electronic Music in 75 Records.