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Tom James Scott / Hilldrop / 12" Vinyl / Skire / skr06"
Following on from the sun-bleached, decayed atmospheres of Scott's previous 2016 release The Carousel (SKR05), Hilldrop brings together four pieces for piano, FM synth, finger cymbals, autoharp, and clock chime. Recorded in different domestic settings between 2011 and 2016, the four tracks vary in structure and intensity, yet remain united by a common sense of stillness and a lightness of touch familiar to much of Scott's solo and collaborative work. Originally planned as a double 7”, Hilldrop is presented here as a single 12” cut at 45rpm and comes packaged in brown paper inner sleeves with a hand finished wrap-around cover designed by Tom Scott. Composed and recorded by Tom Scott. Autoharp on Dewpoint played by Kristina Liulia. Mastered by Sean McCann. Edition of 150 copies.
Tom James Scott / Nocturnes / Cassette / Skire / SKR07
"Nocturnes" is a collection of twelve solo piano pieces recorded in May 2015 by Tom James Scott. Drawing inspiration from the “nighttime language” of Anna Kavan's Sleep Has His House and the (often starlit) nature writings of Kenneth Rexroth, 'Nocturnes' further explores the shadowy terrain between lyrical and abstract modes of expression that has formed a common thread throughout much of Scott's solo work to date. Available in cassette and digital formats, 'Nocturnes' is presented here as a C41 chrome cassette with an extended j-card. Each copy is then housed in a double sided 260gsm card slipcase featuring four different inner print designs and comes with a printed download card. Limited to 100 copies. Recorded May 2015. Mastered by Sean McCann. Artwork by Andrew Chalk. Design by Tom James Scott."
Tom James Scott / The Carousel / Cassette / Skire / SKR05
"New limited edition c38 cassette tape from Tom James Scott on his own Skire imprint. "The Carousel" collects a dozen deeply-affecting instrumental pieces for guitar, piano, and keyboard, recorded during the summer of 2015. The tape's beautifully presented, with an extended j-card printed on 200gsm paper and each copy housed in a hand folded and full colour 260gsm card slipcase.""