Paws for Thought

Hibernate presents Paws for Thought, December 14th 2013 8pm at Cafe Oto, London with ISAN, Olan Mill, James Murray and Le Moors plus Hybernation DJ.

Tickets are £10 in advance, including an exclusive compilation CD, £5 without CD on the door. BUY TICKETS

CD compilation features exclusive tracks from Antonymes, Offthesky, Isnaj Dui, Maps and Diagrams, Gideon Wolf, David Newlyn, Wil Bolton, James Murray, Listening Mirror, Clem Leek, Spheruleus, Olan Mill and theapplesofenergy. The CD comes as a A5 Christmas card with beautiful artwork by Pam English. The album has been mastered by Wil Bolton and sleeve design by Ian M Hazeldine. It’s a limited edition release too, just 100 copies.

From minimalism to melody and back again, Isan have been navigating the aural Autobahn since a chance meeting brought together Robin Saville and Antony Ryan in 1996. With Robin based in Southend on Sea, England and Antony residing in Denmark, they creatively communicate via email, telephone and postcard. Their sonic design sits somewhere between the Dusseldorf sounds of Kraftwerk and neu!, the invention of a young Eno and the smart-pop expertise of the Cocteau Twins.

Olan Mill:
Olan Mill is the recording project of UK composer and producer Alex Smalley, who to date has received rapturous acclaim for his work that holds a sublime measure between the realms of modern neo-classical composition and ambience.

James Murray:
James Murray is a composer and multi-instrumentalist. His unusual instrumental music is minimal, electroacoustic and draws on ambient, electronic and classical traditions. He first found favour with pioneering UK independent em:t records before releasing with labels like Ultimae, Fluid Audio, Lost Tribe Sound and Hibernate.

Le Moors:
Le Moors is the collaborative project of Jeff Stonehouse and Wil Bolton. Their debut EP Multi-Filament will be available at the show.

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