❉ A soaring soundbite of seismic and sensory sounds, this is one of the most arresting A Year In The Country releases yet – and one of the best!
❉ Eoghan Lyng reviews the second themed A Year In The Country album of 2018, a conceptual musical package.
❉ An intriguing blend of folk horror and documentary, featuring an original score by Adrian Utley of Portishead and Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory.
❉ A gorgeous collage of sound myths, emboldened stories and earthly sounds; a journey through the rims and roads of Britain.
❉ We’re asking, they’re answering. This week, the ‘Mayor’ of Scarfolk. For more information, please re-read.
❉ PS Publishing’s essay collection pays tribute to the Quatermass creator and ‘father of British TV drama’.
❉ One year on from Robin Hardy’s death, we look back at his masterpiece – The Wicker Man – and its legacy.
❉ Now That’s What I Call Hauntology.
❉ Recently discovered music from a lost children’s supernatural drama series from 1972.
❉ ‘Sulphur’ is the latest short film from director Christopher Ian Smith, exploring the darker dimensions of our odd, English folk traditions.