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August 2006

A very interesting interview with Jasper Leyland is now up on Chilean website Loop, exploring the creative process behind his debut album 'Margin' as well as his interest in field recordings and other art forms. Also there is an interview with Mole Harness in the first issue of Umbrella magazine, a highly recommended publication covering a fascinatingly diverse range of subjects from design and music to button shops, wood and street furniture.

Some of the reviews of Jasper Leyland’s debut album ‘Margin’ are now up in the press section. Here are some quotes:

“a distinguished collection of subtly textured drone works, with Brewster proving himself a deft sculptor of organic and processed sounds” Textura

“Structurally dense and pulsing with great sonic ideas” Gaz-Eta

“heartwarming - at times delightful - organic minimalism” Touching Extremes

“gorgeous electronically treated drones creating cinematic atmospheres” Loop

“nothing short of an absolute gem… Simply marvellous” Smallfish

“experimental excellence” Nick Luscombe, XFM

The album, released in a limited edition of 150 copies, has also been compared to artists like Taylor Deupree, Greg Davis, Christopher Willits, Pan American and Colleen, as well as being likened to the work of labels such as Apestaartje, Plop, 12K and Kranky.

The label has a new website. As well as information about releases/ artists and lots of tracks to download, there is also a photos section where you can see full versions of some of the images used on this site and on the covers of label releases (all of which are taken by Cecilia Ek).