202 Days

by Jumble Hole Clough

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Recorded in Hebden Bridge between 24th November and 1st December 2014.

All instruments played by Colin Robinson, including:
Electric guitars, 6-string bass, voices, bamboo marimba, ocarina, bowed tumbi, paper, scissors, octave-divided post-horn, saxonet, bell tree, synthesisers, string synth, MC-202 micro-composer, tenor sax, soprano sax, The Thing, 1-string banjo, cimbala, Groove Box, sampler and looper.

Released to coincide with the Full Moon Before Yule.

"A piece of wondrousness. I have listened to it all and pronounce you the New Gong" - Jude C.Montague

"You only have time to listen to one album at a time and this is the time for "202 Days" by the incomparable Jumble Hole Clough!" - Steve Barber, Aii Radio

"I like Colin's use of real instruments with voice and electronics ... very intimate. Colin makes sound special." - Steve Barber, Aii Radio

"Clinton-style wig outs / strange Gong-style wazz outs / Isaac Hayes / I'd love to know what he puts in his tea." - Richard Foster, Incendiary Magazine

"An excellent and very, very haunting collection of music" - Graham Lovatt, Eclectic Eel radio show

"I highly recommend this slice of strangeness; seriously f*ckin' great album. This has been on my speakers almost constantly since I first heard it!! All of you who like Henry Cow, This Heat, Cardiacs, Gong, The Oroonies... are gonna love this man."
" - Devotional Hallucinatic

"Spartan Space Funk from Hebden Bridge" - Roger Trenwith, Astounded by Sound

"A fine album" - Mark Whitby, Dandelion Radio

"My album of the year so far." - Ruby Black

"Cocoa Palace Keeper is like the kind of dream you have after taking prescription drugs, glorious!" - Nick Tann, Is This Thing On? podcast

" Really great stuff that manages to take free Festi psych to funky new pastures, best album so far this year for me, just so unexpected in places" - Ruby Black

"funky with some large bad ass envelope filter / Beefhearty" - Glen Tomney

"intelligent, and quite odd, psy-funk-krautrockiness" - Paul Dementio

credits

released December 6, 2014

All songs written, played, recorded and produced by Colin Robinson.
Cover photo by Alison Ball.

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Jumble Hole Clough Hebden Bridge, UK

Jumble Hole Clough is a project by Colin Robinson to produce music influenced by the landscape, industrial remains and experiences around Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. Forgotten things half-hidden beneath the undergrowth.

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