A Ghostly Perturbation of Dissonant Light

by Jim Mortimore & Simon Robinson

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Simon's Garage has unexpected nooks and crannies. There are entire forests tucked away in the dark corners. . . where mythological archetypes gyre and gimbal gaily in the dissonant light of unheard stars. . . while every so often mythrunners try to break in through the back wall where the mini coupe is parked. . . modern literature being what it is, I daresay people would pay a pretty penny for a hithertoo undiscovered archetype. . . but them 'unters they, loike, never get very far. . . and what's left of 'em a'terwards is little more than. . . a ghostly perturbation of dissonant light. . .


released May 3, 2014

SI played gits and boxes, I played boxes. I don't know who played the fishbowl.
Artwork and scribbles by 'im n me.
Track 1 is free (which is more than you can say of some dozy life forms...)



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Jim Mortimore UK

I've been writing music since I was very young, having abandoned piano lessons for a Casio VL Tone and two reel2reel tape recorders. I'm inspired by early Tangerine Dream and bleepy radiophonica, such as may be found enhancing 1960s Dr Who. I've written music for BBC Dr Who audio plays and live local performances. Delia Derbyshire, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Jerry Goldsmith are among my muses. ... more

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