Day 5:35 pm
If you’re something of a night owl and should fancy a listen I shall be talking with Verity Sharp about various A Year In The Country related subjects on Late Junction, broadcast on BBC Radio 3 at 11pm tonight – 1st May 2018.
The show will be broadcast live via FM, DAB and online and will be available to listen via the BBC’s website/app shortly afterwards.
I’ll be posting more details of the show soon-ish but in the meantime it can be found at its Late Junction webpage.
Thanks and a tip of the hat to Verity Sharp and Rebecca Gaskell for inviting me on the show, much appreciated.
The A Year In The Country: Wandering Through Spectral Fields book is now available at the Ghost Box Guest Shop, where it can be found in the fine company of previous guests including Moon Wiring Club, Howlround, Folklore Tapes, Keith Seatman, Jon Brooks, Children of Alice, The Hardy Tree, Alasdair Roberts, Assembled Minds, Listening Center, The Memory Band and previous guest appearances by various A Year In The Country albums.
Accompanying notes on the book’s arrival at the Guest Shop can also be found at Ghost Box’s local online newsletter The Belbury Parish Magazine.
Thanks and a tip of the hat to Jim Jupp and Julian House.
If you should not know of Ghost Box Records, it is:
“…a record label for a group of artists exploring the misremembered musical history of a parallel world. A world of TV soundtracks, vintage electronics, folk song, psychedelia, ghostly pop, supernatural stories and folklore.”
The parallel world it creates and conjures up is well worth a visit and wander around.
Elsewhere at A Year In The Country:
1) The book’s page
2) Ghost Box Records – Parallel Worlds, Conjuring Spectral Memories, Magic Old and New and Slipstream Trips to the Panda Pops Disco: Chapter 5 Book Images