Essential early work from guitarist James Blackshaw, making its debut as a proper CD.
A welcome reissue of this wonderful early release, originally out on Digitalis and more recently as half a Bo’ Weavil.
A rare 2004 outing, originally released by Digitalis in an edition of 200. A sprawling, hypnotic 12-string journey, with tambura, bells, harmonium.
A stunning collection of misery, murder, death and all kinds of horrible goings on, introduced by Tom Waits.
This label debut is his finest set yet. Mind-bogglingly intricate 12-string fingerpicking excursions that draw on Eastern trance, Reich-style minimalism and Basho/Takoma-style hypnotic folk drone. Beautiful.