flither and slipe (scots: flither – a flutter, bustle, a rag, shred, splinter; v. to flutter, confuse. slipe – to move in a slanting direction, fall sideways, a term of great contempt for a lazy, coarse, dissolute, worthless, uncouth kind of person, a lout, a sloven, slut, a dirty, sneaking man)
Stick, and slate rattle
Stick, wire and bottle top rattle
Stanless steel cooking vessels
Hand-made instruments by John Grzinich at MoKS centre for social practice, Mooste, Estonia.
Recorded in two interior spaces at MoKS : a large high-ceilinged bright reverberant wooden studio space and a more muted stone
basement with lower vaulted ceilings and a stone tiled floor. mixed and mastered in Jedburgh, Scotland.