NEWS

CAMP Radio Show #7 

The 7th edition of the band's show for France's CAMP Radio aired on Tuesday June 21 and is now archived for on demand listening on the station's MixCloud here.

 

Review of FORESTS by UK's "Fog Songs"... 

The band are hugely grateful to the UK's "Fog Songs" for their incredibly kind review the group's most recent album, their 10th, Forests, Voices, Coastlines, Dreams, today! Excerpt below and full review here. Thank you, guys!!

“It's time to close your eyes, open your heart and allow yourself to indulge in this gorgeous swirl of spellbinding psychedelic ambience. Mesmerizing voices and atmospheric guitars emerging from the depths of misty forests and the heights of darkened mountaintops amidst the pulsing of ominous drones, nature recordings and hypnotic swells of both organic and synthesized noise. As the title of the album suggests - this is the sonic interweaving of nature, human emotion and the metaphysical. A glorious head trip of post-rock psychedelia, hallucinatory English/French poetry, dreamy ambience and deeply immersive noisy soundscapes..."

 

CAMP Radio Show #6 

The sixth edition of the new show that the band curates for France's CAMP Radio aired on Tuesday and is now up on MixCloud. An hour of experimental and ambient music, field recordings and otherness, this month's artists include Colander Studio Group, Yann Novak, James Heather, Delia Derbyshire, Blessed Are The Hearts That Bend, Sage Taylor, Life Without Buildings and August Stars. Listen to the show in its entirety here.

 

CAMP Radio Show #5 

The latest edition of the band's show for France's CAMP Radio - Bipolar Explorer's "The Other Room" - aired yesterday and is now up, archived, on the station's MixCloud. Listen here

A monthly hour of experimental and ambient music, field recordings and otherness, this month's edition includes tracks from Swartz et, Clarinette, Elaine Radigue, Delia Derbyshire, Dave Ackrill, Olivier Latry, Lanterns on the Lake and Atticus Ross.

CAMP Radio Show #4 

This month's episode of the band's show for France's CAMP Radio aired yesterday, March 29th, and is now up on the station's MixCloud here. An hour of experimental and ambient music, field recordings and otherness, this month's artists include The Astroboy, Cravune, Grey Frequency, Traden, Clarinette and others...

BPX track on Ukrainian Relief album 

The band are excited and honored to have a new track on the double cassette album produced by Scotland's Dark Outside to raise funds for Red Cross Ukraine. Their track "Across the Water" is the album's penultimate one and will be released Friday, March 11 on The Dark Outside's Bandcamp page. Link and more info shortly...

(Update: the double-cassette has sold out! Thank you everyone! The digital version - expanded in tandem with Bibliotapes - includes another 60 more one minute tracks and, indexed alphabetically, moves our own track from the penultimate position to 13th in the order. Find the full digital version at The Dark Outside's Bandcamp page here. )

CAMP Radio Show #3 

The third episode of the band's new show for CAMP Radio - Bipolar Explorer's "The Other Room" - aired yesterday and is now available on demand on MixCloud here.

A monthly hour of experimental and ambient music, field recordings and otherness, this month's show includes tracks from Bass Communion, Giulio Aldinucci, Katie Kim, Kristof Hahn and more...

 

 

Radio Play for "Forests" 

The band are excited and honored to have garnered an exceptional amount of airplay with their new album, their 10th - Forests, Voices, Coastlines, Dreams. A partial list of shows and stations around the globe includes Zoviet France’s A Duck in a Tree (Resonance FM), Anna Phoebe’s Between Sea & Sky (Soho Radio), Blue Star Radio, Carson Street (KFJC), Blessed are the Hearts that Bend’s Echos of Nature (CAMP), Fog Cast (Resonance FM), Irene Trudel (Give The Drummer Radio, WFMU), Radio TFSC,  and Space is the Place Radio Show (Cando FM).

Notably, the album has reached the Heavily Played Albums lists of both WFMU and California's KFJC, where it had charted at 31 as of early February.

The band is especially grateful to legendary BBC 3 and Soho Radio broadcaster Max Reinhardt for his airplay and exceedingly kind words and to WFMU's Irene Trudel (one of the band's earliest champions).

The group was also very honored to have been featured on WFMU's long-running experimental music show "Strength Through Failure", opening the program last week with the opening track from Forests - "The Dark Outside, The Light Within" - and appearing again today with the album's penultimate track - "Expected Viking, Becoming Cyclonic".

Thank you so much, everyone!

BPX's "The Other Room" - episode two 

The new episode of the band's monthly hour of experimental music, field recordings and otherness has been broadcast and is now available on demand on France's CAMP Radio Mixcloud. Link here.

 

"Forests" on limited edition cassette - sold out! 

The band was about to announce that The Dark Outside was partnering with them to make available, for the first time, their work on limited edition cassette

We used the past tense ("was") above because that limited cassette run of their latest album - Forests, Voices, Coastlines, Dreams - went live yesterday at 6pm GMT and was completely sold out in less than 24 hours, before we could even post this. 

Holy cow! Thanks, everybody! 

The album is still avail both digitally and on limited edition CD here.