Resting in Aspic

by Jeff Stonehouse

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Throughout 2010/11, highly limited editions and now sold out/deleted EPs appeared on DIY labels such as Rural Colours, Heat Death, Audio Gourmet, Arew and also a postcard on the Hibernate series.

In ‘Resting in Aspic’ Listening Mirror have selected pieces from some of these previous releases and have included the full and unreleased version of ‘The Organist’. Everything has been remastered by Wil Bolton and is available in a limited run of 200 CD's. The sounds present on the album are everything from blissed out drifting soundscapes to darker tones, all culled from various sources such as field recordings, acoustic guitar, percussive instruments, BC8 synth, Kate’s vocals and piano.

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released 24 February 2012

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Jeff Stonehouse Sussex, UK

Formed as a duo at the end of 2009, by the end of 2010 Listening Mirror had become the solo project of Jeff Stonehouse.
Jeff's influences and inspirations date back to the post-punk period of the late 70's and early 80's and the electronic pioneers of the 50's and 60's.
Listening Mirror's original manifesto was to 'use sound as a defence against itself'.
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