Bridging Perspectives: where psychogeography and e.m. meet

Jake Kirkwood reviews an e-book project and suggests it raises issues for development in earth mysteries and neo-antiquarian work.     Almscliff Crag       ALMIAS: Phil Legard, Layla Smith, and Simon Bradley E-book produced as part of Harrogate Festival 2010 – currently available online as PDF download If like me, you are somewhat reluctant …

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‘A Flint for the Memory’: A Note on British Ambient and Drone Music

A common theme throughout the history of earth mysteries is engagement with the spirit of places around us. Artists and writers have creatively explored this interface, and Mark Valentine suggests how drone music is exploring the same area For the past 10 years or so, a new musical form has been emerging amongst independent artists …

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