Two Days in April

by Jumble Hole Clough

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These three pieces were all live-in-the-studio first-take solo recordings with no overdubs, sequences or programming. They were recorded on 16th and 17th April 2013, using one guitar (with live looping), one synthesiser, one silent Buddha Machine and a little bit of fretless bass.

"neo-ambient soundscapes with a dark and maybe serious undercurrent... desolate essays in sound, often redolent of stagnation and stasis... elements of Robert Fripp’s 'Let the Power Fall'... an undercurrent of melancholia and doubt... " - Richard Foster, Incendiary Magazine... incendiarymag.com/whyarentyoulistening/jumbleholeclough/jumble_hole_clough_two_days_april

"all manner of post-industrial ambience and spookiness... I am reminded of Bill Nelson's forays into the world of guitar ambience... ambient music for folk who fall asleep at the very idea." - Roger Trenwith, Astounded By Sound... astoundedbysound.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/jumble-hole-clough-two-days-in-april.html

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released April 27, 2013

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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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