The Prairie Lines on Irregular Crates

Bill of The Prairie Lines spent some time putting together a mix of his favourite ever tracks for Irregular Crates‘ ‘Grounding Sounds‘ series to coincide with his Whitelabrecs release ‘Eyes Down Slowdown‘.

Bill’s show includes selections from the likes of Grouper, Nils Frahm, Tim Hecker, Labradford and William Basinski to name but a few. You can check out the mix by hitting play above, or you can click HERE to visit the dedicated page on Irregular Crates.


William Basinski – Disintegration Loops 3 (Excerpt) [2003]
Grouper – Dragging The Streets [2011]
Delia Derbyshire & Barry Bermange – Invention for Radio No.1: The Dreams (Exerpt) [2014]
Perfume Genius – Floating Spit [2012]
Nils Frahm – Them [2015]
Beat Happening – Run Down the Stairs [1985]
The Microphones – Tonight There’ll be Clouds [1999]
Julianna Barwick – Keep up the Good Work [2011]
Tim Hecker – Black Refraction [2013]
Colleen – The Happy Sea [2005]
Baths – Rain Smell [2010]
Labradford – Streamlining [1995]
Rachel’s – Water From the Same Source [2003]
How To Dress Well – Suicide Dream [2010]
Low – Breaker [2007]

Floating In Silence

Late last year we put together a release which has become a collaboration between French artist Philippe Lamy and Italian artist Federica Jeanne De Luca. The album is entitled ‘Inner Stretch‘ and features a selected polaroid print of De Luca’s striking Indian ink artwork.

On the 10th of May Federica’s work was selected for an exhibition at Studio Masiero, Milan, curated by the renowned Italian art critic Claudio Cerritelli. Many of her creations were presented behind minimalist white frames, draped linen panel, enlarged drawing paper or behind glass.
To add to the effect, the ‘Inner Stretch’ album was piped into the room as an audio visual installation. The CD package was housed inside a black presentation frame as a small tribute to Federica’s work with Philippe and Whitelabrecs (see above).

We’re unable to recreate the experience fully to do it justice, however you can listen to Inner Stretch by hitting play below and buy one of the remaining 6 copies (at time of writing) if you like what you hear.
Below you can see selected images from the gallery or click HERE to visit Federica’s dedicated page.