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I am starting a new radio show, the first episode is tonight, 9pm GMT via https://soundartradio.org.uk/ "The Tump Clump" is just an hour, once a month, of mainly new music I have discovered from all over the place. A mix of vinyl / digital and me chattering. Taking in noise, drone, improv, experimental, industrial, techno and even some sludge drone metal stuff this time. Basically, my usual melting pot (if anyone has read my zines its like that) This was recorded in my shed. Due to covid restrictions still in place - live broadcasting is not possible for everyone yet from the real studios. I recorded it live in one take and you can tell as I fluff up a few times and my vocals are quiet / mashed a bit with the vox I added. Hey ho. A learning experience. The music is the key. From the studios I plan to do live vinyl mixes plus I want to do a live techno/noise jam with my hardware. And I am allowed phone interviews too if anyone fancies it - lol - no swearing tho. Artwork by the fantastic blackcloudsummoner - I feature one of the collaborative tracks with Territorial Gobbing under the WET MIRROR name. Always looking for new tunes to play in future shows so HMU. Shows will go up on Mixcloud after - Ill stick links up here after. Cheers Soloman Tump
Split between myself and Stone Jaw. Glad to get this released. Created in isolation, from both sides of the Atlantic. Hyper distorted percussion and dark feedback layers from me, Slow pulsing drone atmospheres from Stone Jaw.
https://thedarkthursday.bandcamp.com/album/the-old-brick-barn-on-calais-lane-part-2 The second official release by Soloman Tump, an experimental rhythmic noise artist from Oxford, UK. Composed during the daytime, June 2019. A bizarre blend of noise, synths, field recordings, feedback and foley. Inspired by the old brick barn on Calais Lane, that has slowly been decaying the whole time I have lived around here. Wish I had taken photos of it over the years. As it is, decided not to include a photo on the cover as to preserve its mystery. "It keeps me off the streets" Label write-up:-