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Siavash Amini + Umchunga
The Brightest Winter Sun

This exciting pairing of Iranian artists Siavash Amini and Umchunga finds them collecting piano works by unspecified 18th- and 19th-Century composers (check the years of death in the titles for clues) and subjecting them to a good reworking. With a goal of removing thematic and tonal structure, anything goes, really, so a range of different, sombre atmospheres come out.
  • Tape (FLP073)
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  • Limited edition

Various
Emergence

Kate Carr’s Flaming Pines (The Boats, Xu) presents an intriguing compilation of experimental fare from Vietnam. Emergence makes a compelling case for more light to be shone on a scene - and a nation - whose music is often passed over by Western listeners. There are compelling piano pieces (Do Tan Si’s ‘The Morning Seems So Strange Today’), droning tape ambiences reminiscent of Yves Tumor (‘Sound Awakener’ by Duskiness), Oval-esque sound experiments from Parallel Asteroid and plenty more on the ten tracks here.
  • CD
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Various
Absence

Absence is a compilation of music that you would do very well to hear: experimental music from Iran. Artists on this stellar roster happen to include relatively big names like Sote and Siavash Amini, but also artists scarcely heard outside of Iran, all boldly exploring their sounds. CDr on Flaming Pines.
  • CD (FLP044)
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  • Limited edition

Kate Carr
I Ended Out Moving To Brixton

The sounds associated with a place can reveal much about the space we are in, and about ourselves. We are continually, inextricably linked to the sounds and ambience around us. With this premise, Kate Carr has recorded a work incorporating the soundscapes of the area in which she dwells, namely the streets of Brixton, South London. A release dedicated to the people and communities of this urban district. I Ended Out Moving To Brixton is a single 40-minute piece, released on her own Flaming Pines label, in 4-panel digipak packaging.

Kate Carr
From A Wind Turbine To Vultures (And Back)

Kate Carr's audio survey of a mountain in Velez Blanco, in Southern Spain, saw her climbing the heights every day for two weeks. This investigation offers a magical and subtle window to the environment, atmospheric sound mixing with ghostly drones and textures, and is presented as a tape on Flaming Pines.

Various
Rivers Home - Vol. 2


  • CD (FLP006)
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  • Last copy
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  • Flaming Pines

Various
Rivers Home - Vol. 1


  • CD (FLP004)
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  • Flaming Pines