CUE DOT 002:

FORMAT: Digital and Limited CD

A profound hand into a peaceful death
by Lying Cat

Lying Cat is an anonymous UK producer drawing influence from glitch, ambient, drone and experimental electronica. 

Although Lying Cat remains anonymous, the album features contributions from Bristol based experimental electronic art collective, JILK. 

The album is a soundtrack to a film story never realised… 

“Lying Cat has produced an album that will enthral and stimulate your imagination” – Gordon Rutherford, Louder Than War

CUE DOT 001:

FORMAT: Digital and Limited CD

SHORELINE
by Lyndon Scarfe

The first installation in our “Cue Dot Series” is this collection of cinematic ambient drone pieces created by musician Lyndon Scarfe. 

Lyndon has been involved in making, producing and releasing music since the early 1980’s when he was an original member of post-punk group The Danse Society. 

Since then he has recorded and released ambient, electronic and soundtrack music under his own name, he plays guitar in the group The Black Lamps, and with Sam Horton he makes the experimental, drone, noise project [retreat]. 

Featured on BBC 6 Music – Mary Anne Hobbs Recommends

“The overall effect is almost psychedelic” Electronic Sound

“An immersive electronic dreamscape… A transcendental masterpiece.”
Bobby D Gant – Inquitous Glory

“It’s a blueprint for what ambient music should be… there is something here for all those who appreciate great music, irrespective of genre.”
Gordon Rutherford – Louder Than War

“it develops from a single note through lush orchestral arrangement to transport the listener to a world of peace and varied beauty.”
Daniel Crompton – At The Barrier