News from the Conning Tower: Awkward Geisha, t.r. hand & Glauber K.S.

One of the features of the Submarine Broadcasting Company is that in addition to our roster of lovely musicians we also have guest artists from time-to-time who will release work through us rather than their home label… Cousin Silas earlier this year, and just recently Ippu Mitsui graced us with a release or two. The latest act to stay in our musical guest room is the mighty Awkward Geisha. From their own Bandcamp page:

Awkward Geisha is a free improvisation ensemble with legs firmly lodged in the avant garde and dada movements. Members of the ensemble vary from song to song. The ensemble was put together by Ade Rowe in 2016 as a reaction to the mundane and tedious sounds that insult the eardrums on a daily basis.

We’re delighted to be offering this deluxe book/CD package ‘Snapshots’, which comprises a compilation of Awkward Geisha tracks on CD, mounted in a hand-finished hardback book designed by the Glove of Bones, featuring 20 pages of vintage geisha photographs.

This is a strictly limited run which will not be repeated. Books are made to order and all orders must be placed by 12th November 2018, when manufacturing will begin. We intend to ship these items before December, if you’re seeking Christmas gifts for that special free improvisation ensemble-loving someone in your life.

The package is only available from our merch page.


Coming soon, we hope to offer new work from the enigmatic t.r. hand, this time in league with Brazilian musician Glauber K. de Souza. This promises to be an intriguing and beautiful recording, building on t.r. hand’s trademark field recordings and sound collages and marking new territory for the wayward guru.

While you are waiting for the new t.r. offering, recap on the remarkable ‘The Checking’ EP with this:

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