Kg.04 | The Omnipresent Volume III: The Great Diagonal LP | January 2020
Kg.05 | Dust and Water CD | TBC
Kg.06 | Predatory Stars 2LP | TBC
Kg.07 | APEIROZOAN 5CD | Summer 2020
With many thanks to the staff of EMS Stockholm for making it possible to continue the work in progress, and to all the contributors to Kg.05/06 for their patience in the long, laborious process of completion.
The Omnipresent Volume III: The Great Diagonal will be available eventually (packaging issues have occasioned delays) as a very limited box set edition, including mastering bespoke clear vinyl lathe cuts by the inimitable Michael Lawrence at Bladud Flies!, as well as paintings, inserts and download code including extra material related to the development of the music.
A substantial excerpt from Xenolith closes the Friday, October 13th edition of The Sound Projector's long-running radio show on Resonance FM - thanks also for the very nice comments. Listen here.
The next volume of The Omnipresent by The Keraunograph Ensemble, to be released as a very limited boxset LP, has been delayed due to technical issues but will be along eventually. Mastered and pressed by Le Bricoleur, The Great Diagonal includes two new pieces for modified Hammond organ and strings, in a handmade box with paintings and insert.
Now available for download are Contagious Spaces live in Bologna, recorded live at AngelicA 26, and the confusingly similarly named Contagious Spaces, which compiles quite different studio versions of the same piece during its development in 2015 and 2016 as it slowly shifted into what eventually became this year's Xenolith which itself is still obtainable in convenient gatefold CD format.
James Hamilton's Xenolith is now available. Order, and hear seven individual minutes, here.
James Hamilton's Xenolith, an extended work for organs and amplifiers and the spaces between and inside them, is out on CD on April 23rd. See a video preview here.
The Keraunograph Organisation is the home of James Hamilton, The Keraunograph Ensemble and related ventures. A descendant of Dystonia EK (1989 — 2009), KgOrg was conceived in 2010 and launched in 2015. Eleven releases are planned, after which the book will be closed. Kg.org was based in, and operated out of, the Restoration Wing of The Pines Recording, Montreal until the demise of that institution in November 2018; it is now dispersed everywhere and nowhere until a new venue is located.
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