Within the space between January and March 2014 the two had drastically altered their sound - Shearman's solo noise project "A Raja's Mesh Men" brought down to bear on the sound, and Wheatley's solo musique concrete experiments as "Phonic Rotations" did as well - as the two switched influences for much noisier and industrial sources this was reflected in their full-length, "All Watched Over By Machines With Neurotic Disorders" - which was picked up for release to CDr by the Leeds-based poetry zine and sub-label "The Junkyard Procession" due to it's subtle incorporation of spoken word elements from Shearman (something that had remained from the sonic environment of the early demo).
The two have since continued to record and perform and are currently working on their next release which will be a self-released double-cassette album consisting of a C20 and a C30 in a dual-case. Their live performing in 2014 has extended the trend of drastically altering the sound palette for the two collaborators, and often sequentially involves the two performing on entirely new set-ups that can be impromptu on the night or slightly practised yet still improvised within.
Prolonged Version Discography
|none||Prolonged Version||DREAM MACHINE (File, MP3, Album, 320)||Not On Label (James Shearman Digital Release)||none||UK||2014|
|none||CW & TW / Prolonged Version / Ed's Truck / Fckn Bstrds*||CW & TW / Prolonged Version / Ed's Truck / Fckn Bstrds* - FCKN BSTRDS + Ed's Truck presents Lisseh + Prolonged Version + CW&TW (4xFile, FLAC, MP3, Album, 320)||4 Legs Good||none||UK||2014|
|none||Prolonged Version||early demo (6xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Not On Label (James Shearman Digital Release)||none||UK||2014|
|junk cd 01||Prolonged Version||All Watched Over By Machines With Neurotic Disorders (CDr, Album)||The Junkyard Procession||junk cd 01||UK & Europe||2014||Sell This Version|
|none||Prolonged Version||Live at Wharf Chambers (3xFile, FLAC, MP3, Album, 320)||Not On Label (James Shearman Digital Release)||none||UK||2015|