The B-Side presents this package’s really exciting gear: Circular Rhythms’ “Untitled Document” is superbly unusual. The squeaking ambient noise which provides a constant undercurrent is excitingly unsettling. Punchy syncopated percussion and percussive chords layer up until a squared of drum beat joins about 3 minutes in. Elements then gradually fade away in an order it’s hard to discern.
Scenery once again have proven that they are without a doubt a label to watch as the artists selected have delivered a solid four tracker with integrity.
Scenery 003 is available all around the planet, both on vinyl and gdigital.
The release is brought to you by Andy Ash and Scenery co-head and artist Circular Rhythms.
After that there's new music from ASOK, Liverpool producer Binny, more Bantam Lions, Other Worlds, System Status and Mituo Shiomi from Japan... with a smattering of perhaps more household names to remix them.
We did a mix and interview for the amazing six axle music blog…loads of questions answered about really important life changing stuff, and also a preview of some new Scenery tracks.
You can find the words and the sounds right here…
Sure, it’s only the label’s second release, but already you know scenery is doing things properly. each 12 comes on nice and weighty wax with a slicker than average sleeve… already enough to turn you on before you even drop it on the platter.
As part of the RSD celebrations, Scenery were invited to play in 3B records in Liverpool.
Scenery Records will be working with Dispersion PR on forthcoming releases to help spread the word.
Starting with release 003, from Andy Ash and Circular Rythms, Dispersion will be making sure that the music can be heard by more people, helping the label to grow.
You can find out more about Dispersion at: