VariousAudio Albion (Dawn Light Edition)

Label:A Year In The Country – A012AADL
CDr, Album, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered
Genre:Electronic, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Ambient, Experimental, Folk


1Bare Bones (7)Marshland Improvisation
2David ColohanOn Stormy Point
3Grey FrequencyStapleford Hill
4Field Lines CartographerColdbarrow
5HowlroundCold Kissing
6A Year In The CountryThe Fields of Tumbling Ideas
7Keith SeatmanWinter Sands
8MagpahiShepsters in the Yessins
9Sproatly SmithEthelbert & Mary
10Widow's Weeds (2)The Unquiet Grave
11Time AttendantHolloway
12SpaceshipThe Roding in Spate
13Pulselovers*Thieves' Cant
14The Heartwood InstituteHvin-lettir
15Vic MarsDinedor Hill


Audio Albion is a music and field recording map of Britain, which focuses on rural and edgeland areas.

Each track contains field recordings from locations throughout the land and is accompanied by notes on the recordings by the contributors.

The tracks record the sounds found and heard when wandering down pathways, over fields, through marshes, alongside rivers, down into caves and caverns, climbing hills, along coastlands, through remote mountain forestland, amongst the faded signs of industry and infrastructure and its discarded debris.

Intertwined with the literal recording of locations, the album explores the history, myths and beliefs of the places, their atmospheres and undercurrents, personal and cultural connections - the layered stories that lie amongst, alongside and beneath the earth, plants and wildlife.


Dawn Light Edition. Limited to 104 copies.

Hand-finished white/black CD album in textured recycled fold out sleeve with fold-out insert and badge:
1) Custom printed using archival giclée pigment ink.
2) Includes 2.5 cm badge, secured with removable glue on string bound tag.
3) 1 x folded sheet of accompanying notes from the contributors, hand numbered on back.


Audio Albion is released as part of the A Year In The Country project, a set of year long journeys through spectral fields; cyclical explorations of an otherly pastoralism, the further reaches of folk culture and the spectral parallel worlds of hauntology - a wandering amongst subculture that draws from the undergrowth of the land.

As a project, it has included a website featuring writing, artwork and music which stems from that otherly pastoral/spectral hauntological intertwining, alongside a growing catalogue of album releases and the book A Year In The Country: Wandering Through Spectral Fields.



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