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A House With Too Much Fire

Andy Cartwright makes good songs with his hands and guitar, making spindly and sporadic music in the tradition of American primitivism but with the occasional use of bowing and textural atmosphere -- he's made nine albums, at this point, so it's good to switch things up. On A House With Too Much Fire he implements banjo, clarinet a...view item »


From his whirlwind of psychedelia, Seabuckthorn (aka Andy Cartwright) builds upon his 2016 full-length with 10 track album - Turns. Typically misty and embodied with confusion, this is an experimental twist of modern classical. Cold and metallic landscape are forged within this extremely cine...view item »

I Could See The Smoke EP

One of my favourite albums this year was the Western Skies Motel album on Lost Tribe Sound and it looks like the label have unearthed another winner in this second album by UK based guitar picker Andy Cartwright aka Seabuckthorn. The album has a darker hue though and is characterised by the use of 12 string...view item »

They Haunted Most Thickly

‘They Haunted Most Thickly’ is the latest release from Seabuckthorn aka acoustic, ambient guitarist Andy Cartwright. With influences ranging from the trad styles of Robbie Basho and Jack Rose to the modern masters such as Ben Chasny, Zak Riles, and Gustavo Santaolalla, Cartwright uses open tunings and resonant twelve strings to const...view item »

Distant Summer Storm

Seabuckthorn is the instrumental project of Andy Cartwright, mainly focusing on acoustic guitar ragas and ambient electronics. Limited to 150 copies in full colour card wallet inside a plastic wallet....view item »

The Silence Woke Me

Ooh I like this chap. This is Seabuckthorn’s (aka Andy Cartwright) 2nd album for Bookmaker records. His last one was ace and there once was a time in my life w...view item »

In Nightfall

Ah, the mighty Seabuckthorn is back with a new mini album jobbie. Well it's 7 tracks long totalling 20 minutes-ish. I never know where a single finishes, a mini album starts and ends before you get to a full length album? I guess there's not set rules. As...view item »

A Mantra Pulled Apart

Dunno much about these guys except we sold quite a lot of their Dead Pilot jobber last year. I get a kind of spaghetti western post-rock/folk thing going on from near the beginning, on 'Part Mantra' - a cyclical plucked guitar lulls you into a dreamy void whilst all manner of lovely slide guitar & mellow feedbacky psychedelic noise encircles...view item »