Thanks to Billie and Steve at Bristol City FM for having us on the show Saturday 29 April. Having met for the first time in the car park beforehand the two very fine drummers Matt Brown from Modulus iii and Tony Orrell from The Gas Giants squeezed into Steve’s studio with some kit and did […]
Upcoming events: BOOK NOW 6 May Modulus iii recording live, with support from Athnea. Modulus iii is a sizzling synths, Rhodes and drums spontaneous composition trio: tickets here 20 May The Gas Giants live, with excellent support, live at the Old Barn. The Gas Giants is a project of Will Gregory (Goldfrapp); this will be […]
Great to hear Verity Sharp and Andrew MacGregor talking about our new release Three Cane Whale – live at the Old Barn on BBC Radio3 Record Review today. Tune in at 2:34:50 (available until 7 May 2017). They liked it. Three Cane Whale – live at the Old Barn featured on BBC Radio 3 Record […]
In August Kelston Records will present a special one-off live ska and reggae celebration of the legacy to Bath of H.I.M Haile Selassie. It takes place on the late Bank Holiday Monday 28 August, as part of the Kelston Village Fete. H.I.M Haile Selassie I lived at 2 Kelston Road, Bath during his exile 1936-1941. Also known […]
Those who like their music safe and predictable look away now: this is not for you. Modulus III play the Old Barn on Kelston Roundhill on 6 May Kelston Records is delighted to announce the first recording of its 2017 season will be a live performance by Modulus III, the surreal improvisation trio of Dan […]
Nice description of the work of Three Cane Whale and poet Jon Hamp on Kelston Records’ first album in the new issue of fRoots magazine. from the Dec 2016/Jan 2017 issue of fRoots magazine You can buy the CD or download here, or at any Three Cane Whale gig (see their web site for details).
Great to see our first launch Three Cane Whale: Live at the Old Barn is a top album choice in this month’s edition of the leading folk and roots magazine Froots (web site here). You can purchase the album (CD or download) here. Thanks Froots for the mention and link! I wonder what they’ll make of the remix.
Nice first review of Three Cane Whale: live at the Old Barn in Dave Franklin’s blog Dancing about Architecture: Although a live album, in keeping with the world they inhabit, only a wave of polite applause at the appropriate juncture indicates this is anything other than a studio recording thanks, in no small part, to […]