Honoured to be asked to remix 'Be Mine' from Tusks second album. She's an amazing talent and I hope I did the original justice! http://tusks.lnk.to/BeMineRemix
Really loved this beautiful documentary on the River Tay. It shows the networks of interconnectivity over the span of a year. Well worth a watch! https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0006gz1/the-river-a-year-in-the-life-of-the-tay
Looking forward to playing with Plaid and Camilla Fuchs at EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney) on Thursday night https://soundcrashmusic.com/plaid-new-a-v-show-elec/
Really enjoyed talking at the Spitfire Audio x Output event last night. I demonstrated a track I wrote using Esraj, Bodhran and plugins from both the companies. I don’t pretend to be a proficient player of either of these instruments, but I do love the sounds I can get out of them. Well worth researching the real masters of these instruments and watch how they can be played beautifully
Immensely proud to announce the new Snow Ghosts album with this single, 'Rip'. Listen here: https://HNDSTH.lnk.to/AQR Out May 3rd on Houndstooth
Slightly overwhelmed by the feedback on Loma so far. Thanks to The Line Of Best Fit for the review! 👍 Octo Octa and Houndstooth https://www.thelineofbestfit.com/reviews/albums/throwing-snow-loma-album-review
LOMA is out today! https://hndsth.lnk.to/loma Can’t believe how strong the support has been already so thank you. 2xLP/CD/DIGI inc a stellar Octo Octa remix of Simmer
I've done an interview and mix for DJ Mag ahead of my 'Loma' album release. https://djmag.com/content/podcast-110-throwing-snow
Happy to announce my album Loma will be released on the 30th November https://HNDSTH.lnk.to/loma It’s a collection of this year's EPs on vinyl with an extra special 11 min remix of 'Simmer' by the always wonderful Octo Octa. ‘Loma’ is named as such because it meant a utensil, tool, or machine of any kind up until 1404 when it came to mean a machine to enable weaving thread into cloth (a loom). As it’s coming out on Houndstooth (Fabric’s label) and was built using the same musical machines, it seemed quite apt.
With a large dose of regret, I am unable to perform at Funkhaus in support of Rival Consoles this evening. I have always wanted to play at Funkhaus Berlin as it's so iconic, and had even prepared 30mins of new material for the show. I have never cancelled a gig but due to sudden and unforeseen events I now cannot perform. I will be replaced by the amazing Ryan Davis. Apologies to anyone looking forward to my set, hopefully I will be back in Berlin soon.
I gave Hyponik a little tour of my studio https://hyponik.com/features/throwing-snow-studio-talk/
I've done a Needle Exchange mix for self-titled, featuring some of my favourite music based around a 'long and challenging' theme. Article: http://www.self-titledmag.com/2018/09/17/ne261-throwing-snow-mix/ Words: I’ve been wanting to include some of these tracks in a mix for quite sometime. It’s a collection of music that really moves me. Long music means that themes and ideas have time to morph and evolve, or change very little, which gives your mind time to impose its own patterns. I could have included so many pieces in this mix, but decided to base it around the works of Giacinto Scelsi and James Tenney…. Chewy Benson – The Existential C-Hip S-Hop This was released on my label A Future Without. Chewy’s spoken word about a mundane but profound event is a fitting opening to an hour of weird soundscapes. Everything Falls Apart – SOMN#6 This is an improvised piece by Otto Lindholm and myself. It’s an experiment in how double bass and FX can create a conversation between two musicians. Giacinto Scelsi – Anâgâmin (For 11 Strings) Scelsi is my favourite composer. I’m not an overtly emotional person, but this track actually makes me well up nearly every time I hear it. It’s beauty comes from the moments of pure light surrounded by darkness. James Tenney – Glissade for Viola, Cello and Tape Delay System Challenging, yes, but this piece never gets boring. It’s an experiment in Shepard Tones. Will Plowman – Mulavegur (Extract) Will is an amazing composer and musician that deserves more recognition (but I am biased, as I run a record label with him). This is an extract from a piece he wrote while on a creative residency in Ólafsfjörður, Iceland. In the winter the sun never rises above the surrounding hills; this piece captures the feeling perfectly. Giacinto Scelsi – Pranam 1 This was my gateway into Scelsi. It’s so haunting and visceral. James Tenney – Beast A study on how one note can be complex and interesting. I found this composition by researching the topic of microtonal one-note music, an obsession Tenney shared with Scelsi. Emptyset – Skin 1 Emptyset’s work really intrigues me. The track comes from the processing a rhythmic bass pattern, and it’s heavy as hell. Mai Mai Mai – Nel Sud A2 I met Toni when we shared a stage at Kode_1 in Italy. Forty-five minutes of noise felt like 5; I just closed my eyes and lost myself. His music is undoubtedly terrifying, but also has a harsh beauty. P.S. Congratulations if you survived that!
❄Vulpine and V are out on Friday❄️ I also play live at Berghain / Panorama Bar on Friday 🤘 Big thanks to Resident Advisor and Trax Magazine for the premiers and the radio plays by B.Traits, George FitzGerald and Tom Ravenscroft on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 6 Music https://hndsth.lnk.to/vulpine