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Benjamin Dwyer / Pete Gomes / Helen Kindred: KnowingUnknowing

Read "KnowingUnknowing" reviewed by John Eyles

The Dublin-based label Farpoint Recordings always takes great pride in its releases, lavishing time and love on their artwork, packaging, documentation and quality control. Never has that been truer than on KnowingUnknowing by guitarist-composer-writer Benjamin Dwyer, dancer Helen Kindred and film-maker Pete Gomes. In addition to its impressive artwork by graphic designer Nathan Somers, the sleeve ...

KnowingUnknowing

Label: Farpoint Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: Security Blanket; Anois’s Aris; Enharmonic Harmonics; Sonata a niente; Non in Fietta; Thirteen Little Things That Touch The Heart; Pre-Prelude for Morton Feldman (1226-1978); KnowingUnknowing I; KnowingUnknowing II; KnowingUnknowing III.

Is it raining while you listen

Label: Farpoint Recordings
Released: 2015
Track listing: Hang on, I’m not ready for a pig yet; The colourful digestive palette of slugs; Is it raining while you listen; Flies who dreamt of more than windscreens; Forever ricefields; Relocating elk...by train; Squeeze birds to improve your garden's plant variety; Fried rice, curried chip and a diet coke.

Seven Catastrophes in Four Movements

Label: Farpoint Recordings
Released: 2015
Track listing: Seven Catastrophes in Four Movements; The Garden Wall; A Memory Room Impromptu; Co. Kerry.

The Mysteries Beyond Matter

Label: Farpoint Recordings
Released: 2015
Track listing: Night Leaves Breathing; Shadow Lines; The Mystery Beyond Matter; Hand Tinted.

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Quiet Music Ensemble: The Mysteries Beyond Matter

Read "The Mysteries Beyond Matter" reviewed by John Eyles

The latest release from the redoubtable Farpoint Recordings is the debut recording from Cork-based experimental music group Quiet Music Ensemble (QME)--what a great group name, eh? The group consists of double bassist Dan Bodwell, cellist Ilse De Ziah, clarinetist Seán Mac Erlaine, trombonist Roddy O'Keeffe with ensemble founder and musical director John Godfrey on electric guitar. ...

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Paul Kane and Katie O’Looney: Seven Catastrophes in Four Movements

Read "Seven Catastrophes in Four Movements" reviewed by John Eyles

Seven Catastrophes in Four Movements continues the distinguished and eclectic history of collaborations combining poetry with jazz or improvised music. It is a meeting between US poet Paul Kane (also Professor of English at Vassar College) and the Irish improvising sonic & visual artist Katie O'Looney. When the two met at a poetry reading in the ...

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Karen Power: Is it raining while you listen

Read "Is it raining while you listen" reviewed by John Eyles

Is it raining while you listen is the first CD release by the award-winning Irish composer Karen Power. It consists of eight compositions dating back to 2007, including one stereo tape-only piece, “Forever ricefields," created specially for the CD release, based on field recordings made in southern Laos. Other tracks combine tape with live musicians, recorded ...


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