anthéne

ARTIST: anthéne
LOCATION: Toronto, Canada
FILE UNDER: Ambient, Drone, Electronic
RELEASES: wlr053

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Rusted Tone Recordings: The Maker #1 – Spheruleus

Our label owner Harry Towell has this week taken some time to answer a few questions fired at him by Rusted Tone Recordings, who released his cassette ‘glimmers’ early in 2018…

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Welcome to the first instalment of ‘The Maker’; a regular interview feature with artists who have released works on RTR. There will also be a regular accompanying feature, ‘The Listener’, which engages with the label’s listeners.

To kickstart the series and celebrate the launch of the new RTR website, The Maker #1 features Spheruleus, who released the first tape on RTR back in February 2018 with the album ‘Glimmers’ (RTR001). Spheruleus is the solo music project of Lincolnshire-based Harry Towell, who is well-established within the contemporary ambient scene having released on labels Time Released Sound, Hibernate Recordings, and Home Normal. When he’s not making music, Harry runs the labels Whitelabrecs and Audio Gourmet, as well as the reviewing site Irregular Crates.

Spheruleus (Harry Towell)

How did you first get introduced to ambient/drone/experimental music?

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Coming soon… Various Artists | Whitelabsounds

We’re keeping further details fairly close to our chest, but we wanted to share a project that will be ready to drop very soon: our very first compilation album!

This will be released in a bigger run than our usual fifty copies and will include work from Whitelabrecs’ contributors such as Spheruleus, David Kolhne, Ondrej Zajac and La Petite Vague as well as a few friends we’ve drafted in such as The Green Kingdom, Offthesky, Maps and Diagrams and Darkroom.

The White Lab mailing list

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As we move closer towards putting out our first release and the first of many, we’ve decided that the fairest way to make an announcement that a physical release has gone live is via a mailing list. Due to the highly limited edition runs and collectible nature of releases on The White Lab, they are likely to sell out quickly. We will send a mailout no later than a day before the release is made official to give mailing list subscribers the best chance of securing a copy. To ensure you hear about a new release first, please sign up to our mailing list by clicking the button above. Alternatively, click HERE

Introducing The White Lab

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The White Lab is a new label set up by Harry Towell as another outlet to put out experimental electronic/acoustic music. It joins other sister labels Audio Gourmet, Tessellate and Warehouse Decay but will focus on a collectible series of highly limited edition vinyl-effect CDr packaging, influenced by white label vinyl records.

Unlike physical label Tessellate, The White Lab’s packaging will follow a set formula:
Vinyl-effect CDrs housed in card sleeves with a circular cut-out, rubber-stamped artist/album titles with a polaroid-style print of the cover artwork.
Each release will be a very low run of 50 copies, with less emphasis placed on digital music and more on the creation of rare artefacts with no set musical genre.