By chance I’ve discovered Tanner’s new release You Had Not Changed But Your Cameras Were No Longer Identical on the High Line Music netlabel. Following Tanner’s work with concerts for sleep and all around support for ambient artists, it’s great to see some new material from him. Mastered by the sublime Ian Hawgood.
As the result of some collaboration and encouragement the new Venus Vulture EP Heavy Skies is out now. This includes the track We Heard Distant Rainfall created for the sommeil sleep concert. You can download from bandcamp. Thanks to Craig from TurkbyTone Rekkids and to Tanner Menard, the awesome curator of sommeil.
Tanner Menard is curating an amazing event – a nine-hour long mix of ambient music to sleep to. The mix will include the Venus Vulture track We Heard Distant Rainfall. See more about the event in the press release at Tanner’s site. “Sleep concerts are all-night events in which the audience is asked to attend the concert with a sleeping bag and pillow and to fall asleep while a slowly unfolding sonic texture evolves over the course of the night and into the morning”. The concert takes place on the night of April 11th, in New Orleans