Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Agitated Radio Pilot Column for Deep Water

I just penned a column for Deep Water covering eight releases by Irish outfit Agitated Radio Pilot:

You can read it here.


Irishman Dave Colohan is a central figure in the United Bible Student movement, his voice unmistakable, his presence always felt. When you get your hands on an Agitated Radio Pilot release (they can be elusive) and wrap your ears around its melancholy pleasures, it's clear that the music of ARP is a conduit for Colohan's most personal thoughts and feelings, which are presented unfiltered (mostly) by the collaborative imperatives of other familial projects like United Bible Studies and Magickal Folk of the Faraway Tree. When seven ARP releases came across my desk in a quite short space of time, the opportunity to round 'em up and make some kind of sense of the project's progress seemed too good to pass up. For the sake of completeness Your Turn to Go It Alone, which was received somewhat earlier (though still in 2006), is included. More.


At 3:24 PM, Anonymous magicsteven said...

great work. ARP is really flowing at the moment, this writing should help turn ears... World Winding Down is eagerly awaited

At 9:41 PM, Blogger Camera Obscura Records said...

Thanks. I, too, cannot wait for "World Winding Down"!


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