exhibition

News from the Conning Tower: Exhibition

So much news, so few typing fingers! OK, Exhibition. Exhibition is the name of our 2018 ‘open’ compilation. There are three strands to the compilation, Red, Green and Blue: Red is the most experimental and challenging, Green is predominantly instrumental or ambient, and Blue is rock, post-rock, pop, electronica and so on.

We’re accepting entries until the end of March, but at the time of writing we’ve had submissions from:

Manga Brothers
Cousin Silas
Merge
Alan Morse Davis
CJA Band
Spartan Jet-Plex
Carbonates on Mars
Autonomaton
precocious mouse
Zumaia
Ruido
Nurse Predator
Ian Haygreen
Rauppwar
Lucidbeaming
Earthborn Visions
Pisse Larve
Peri Esvultras
Noise Cluster
God Cancer
James Hoehl
Raas
3SBAT
Feasibility Study
Cosmic Colonel
Manipulant
Crayon Angels
ikjoyce
Almark
Lezet
Intersonic Subformation
Ryliss
Icy Rainbows
{AN} EeL/Christopher Petkus/Lorne Shapiro
t.r. hand
Hans Castrup
Mean Flow
Against Nature
The Moth Poets
The Blank Holidays
Shice Squad
Tim Kays
Somta
Bridget Wishart & The Band of Doctors
Arka Sengupta
BlindººCoyote
Hypercube & Mario Lino Stancati
Janusz Brudniewicz

It’s going to be huge! You can read the original blurb about Exhibition here.

News from the conning tower

Crikey O’Riley. There’s a lot going on. So, in no particular order, the Exhibition compilations: you know about those, yeah? Well, they’re ticking over nicely, we’ve already had some really strong tracks submitted and some very encouraging expressions of interest from several artists. Closing date is end of March, but you knew that.

We are also putting together a Krautrock/Kosmische/Motorik inspired compilation; sworn to secrecy around some of the participants, but very pleased to say we have Dynamo Snackbar, Shice Squad, Unimother 27 and Peri Esvultras on board. And Beltism, of course. Always with the Beltism.

Thirdly, a lot of work has been going on for the new Submarine Broadcasting Co. signing, whose new EP we hope to release in February. A few i’s to dot and t’s to cross, but it’s all looking very promising. We’ll share more as soon as we can.

Finally, two very special compilations, not on SBC but thoroughly deserving of your ears and money. Firstly, Studio 4632’s benefit compilation for the wonderful Modul 303 webradio station:

And secondly Argali Records’ sublime experimental compilation Dream Topography: