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Free Christmas download – Willkommen Patchwerk

Friday, December 21st, 2012

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In the past we’ve created several collaborative Willkommen projects for free download over the Christmas period.

This year we asked as many Willkommen related artists as possible to simply contribute thirty seconds of sound. I stitched them together in the order in which they arrived to make a sonic patchwork quilt. The result is incredibly diverse and beautiful despite the random nature of its composition and form.

Thank you to the following people for contributing:

Alessi Laurent-Marke (Alessi’s Ark)
Woodpecker Wooliams
Said Speaks
Landshapes
Marcus Hamblett
Soccer96
Eyes & No Eyes
Hamilton Yarns
Thomas Heather
Danny Green (Laish)
Gravenhurst
John Smith
Fiona Sally Miller
Nick Hemming (The Leisure Society)
This Is The Kit
Rachael Dadd & Ichi
Rozi Plain
Birdengine
Helen Whitaker (The Leisure Society)
Steve Aston Trio
Rowan Coupland
Turbo & Silke (Martha Rose / OCDC)
Jacob Richardson (Sons of Noel and Adrian)
Emma Gatrill
Chimes (Christian Hardy)
Mary Hampton
Alphabets Heaven
François Marry (François & the Atlas Mountains)

Here are a few links to past collaborative projects for free download on last.fm:

 

New Woodpecker Wooliams Tape

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

Woodpecker Wooliams has a new release out via Love Lion (Chicago, USA)

It is a collaboration with OCDC (Rory Dickinson) – a tape cassette release of their soundtrack to independent German film Anni.

She’ll have copies soon for sale at gigs or it can be ordered from Love Lion or picked up from Reckless Records in Chicago.

“Anni brings to mind the atmospheric musings of…artists like Stars of the Lid or the most minimal moments Kraftwerk has to offer. Expect spy radio samples and enough latent emotion to make your bowels move unexpectedly. Fairly much the slowed down sound of a gory car-crash of the heart.”