They Were Pebbles But I Call Them Stones

by Woven Skull

  • 10" Vinyl
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Based in the middle of a woodland in the sparse countryside of Co Leitrim, Ireland, the core trio that make up Woven Skull (alongside an extended family of guests and collaborators) explore the limits of repetition, minimal instrumentation and free improvisation that stretches the breadth between delicate silences and harsh cacophony with continuously retaining traditional elements of song and musicality. On this release, which was recorded in SARC in Queen’s University Belfast, the group used the vast acoustics of the theatre (designed by Stockhausen) to push the of flute, mandola, viola, percussion, guitar and synth into improvised pieces of light melodies and blasts or ecstatic noise.

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released September 19, 2017

Recorded at SARC, Queens University, Belfast January 2015
Recorded by Aonghus McEvoy & Jorge Boehringer
Mixed by Tommy O'Sullivan
Mastered by Red Red Paw Mastering by Antony Ryan

Woven Skull on this recording are:
Natalia Beylis - Mandola
Aonghus McEvoy - Guitar
Willie Stewart - Drums
Cullen Camic - Synths, Percussion
Eleanor Cully - Flute
Jorge Boehringer - Viola

Layout & Design by David Hand
Released by Lancashire & Somserset Records
released August 25, 2017


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