Tuesday, 18 October 2016

The Hardy Tree – Through Passages of Time


The Hardy Tree
Through Passages of Time
 Release date 2nd Dec 2016
SOLD OUT
 
Thanks to everyone who bought a copy, if you missed out I will be doing 
a re-press - please sign up to the mailing list, I will try and put pre-orders up ASAP.
 
If you are London based I will be selling my last few copies at the Social Christmas Market on the 17th December. Email me if you are coming and would like to reserve a copy.

500 hand numbered copies on blue vinyl, reverse board cover with download code.

Advance copies available at the Independent Label Market on 26th Nov. If you are going and would like to reserve a copy drop me a line here

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The Hardy Tree is the musical project of Clay Pipe Music's owner Frances Castle, her first LP ' The Fields Lie Sleeping Underneath' was the initial release on the label over five years ago.

Through Passages of Time soundtracks buildings and areas of London that no longer exist. Small places stumbled upon by accident, traced on maps, and illustrated in Georgian prints. Frequently visited pubs that have been rebuilt and renamed, the ship breakers yard decorated with wooden figureheads at Baltic Wharf, or the Thames Watermen living in the shadow of the Hawksmoor designed church at Horselydown. Lost places re-imagined and brought to life using clusters of sequenced Moogs, off Kilter electronics, vibes, and Mellotron - capturing the essence of the dark city and its more bucolic outer suburbs. This is a plaint to an older stranger London that is quickly becoming priced out and forgotten. Look carefully and clues to the ancient past can still be found.

 Looking Down on London
The Culvert
The Peerless Pool
St John Horsleydown
Newport Market

Baltic Wharf
Pepy’s Walk
Sandbridge Court
Sluice House Tavern

Penny’s Folly
Near Windmill Bridge
Harringay House
Cut Throat Lane