We’re afraid that our Head Technician has rather neglected the blog of late. He does send his apologies, but we’re not sure his excuses wash. He claims to have been busy with various releases on other labels. Some of them under different aliases. He is well aware of our policy on moonlighting, and has been reprimanded accordingly.

However, he will soon be breaking cover and has asked us to furnish you all with details of upcoming appearances.

First up, on Friday 2nd August, we have the Outer Church compilation launch event down in Brighton. Details and tickets here.

The compilation is in collaboration with Front and Follow records. Featuring 28 like-minded souls, and coming wrapped in a wonderful letter press card sleeve pack, you need one of these. It is sold out at source, but is still available at a number of quality record shops, including Boomkat , Resident Music and Norman Records.

Next up is the Bozar Electronic Festival in Brussels. HT can hardly contain his excitement, as he will be performing on the same bill as Juan Atkins and Moritz von Oswald, Emptyset, Regis and Silent Servant. PCA are playing the 27th of September, but the festival runs from the 26th to the 28th.

In early December, there’s a show at the Kirkgate Centre in Shipley. More details forthcoming.

There are possibly other dates to come, we’ll let you know as and when.

That rounds things up, so please don’t leave it so long before you visit again…

UPDATE: Webpage for Shipley show is now up here.


Our Head Technician has asked us to pass on a huge thank you to everyone who made the pilgrimage down to The Outer Church last Friday. He tells us he had a blast and we hope a good time was had by all!

We’ve uploaded a recording of his performance to SoundCloud for those of you that didn’t make it, or for those that did and have masochistic tendencies…

Please enjoy and spread the word.

Two things..

Black Mill Tapes Volume 3…

…is now available for purchase at our bandcamp site for the sum of £5.99.

The Outer Church

Our Head Technician will be performing a live set at this esteemed organisation on the 17th February. Newly installed at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, the prospect of an interesting night is assured. Performances from Old Apparatus and slurtronic folkster (it says here) Kemper Norton mean this will be an amazing event.

Also featured are not one, but two documentaries about Warren Ellis (not an Australian musician) and Grant MorrisonCaptured Ghosts and Talking With Gods give an insight into the lives and careers of these visionary writers.

Advance booking is highly recommended. Tickets are available here for £5.