Tony Bevan: Bass and Soprano Saxophones, Voice
Kim Moore: Viola, Pedals, Voice
Recorded at what look like becoming a legendary set of concerts at “The Old Hairdresser’s” in Glasgow as part of Tony Bevan’s “Help Me I’m Melting” series, “Rime” captures the first meeting between Bevan, on Bass and Soprano Saxophones, and Kim Moore, on Viola, Pedals and Voice. Beautifully recorded, with wondrous Mastering from Andreas “Lupo” Lubich, the LP is elegiac, stormy and moving, and with an amazing cover. The first LP from Foghorn, it is part of a limited run of 300.
Kim Moore works collaboratively across arts projects and makes experimental noise pop music under the name ‘WOLF’. She produces contemporary scores live and recorded, varying from scored work for ensemble to electronic minimal soundscapes. She plays viola, piano, guitar, and voice and strings feature a lot in her work as well as manipulated found sound. She is interested in compositional process across artforms, especially choreography and this, along with a continuing research interest in sounddesign filters into her own approach to making that tries to explore the physicality of space inbetween listener and performer, on stage and on record.
FOGLP001 : RIME (Foghorn Records January 1st 2018)
Recorded live at “The Old Hairdressers”, Renfield Lane, Glasgow on the 27th of August 2016
Mix/Production by Tony Bevan, Ashley Wales and Rupert Clervaux
Mastered by Andreas “Lupo” Lubich at Calyx Mastering, Berlin
Sleeve by Paul Dunn at Diablo based on original Artwork by Ashley Wales
C&P Foghorn Records (UK) 2017. Publishing Bevan and Moore (both PRS)