by Darkroom

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On September 13th 2019, Darkroom released The Noise Is Unrest: an album of echoey musical landscapes to lose yourself in that’s over three hours and twenty minutes long. Here, at a time when many landscapes are much less accessible than they once were, a second audio postcard, created to be exactly 1/60th as long. Tolerance: for all the times in 2020 we couldn’t imagine when The Noise Is Unrest was originally released.

Based on 'Losing Our Precision' from the album 'The Noise Is Unrest'.

Recorded at Sonic Imperfections at The Montague Arms, London SE15, 9th December 2014.


released September 4, 2020
Recorded by Andrew Ostler
Heavily edited, mixed, produced and mastered by Darkroom

Michael Bearpark - guitar, pedals
Andrew Ostler - modular synthesiser, laptop

Special thanks: Ian Faragher & Nigel Bryant (Sonic Imperfections), Ian Fairholm (The Epileptic Gibbon), Jason Arber (Curated Doom). Remembering The Montague Arms, places like this and being able to play there, and the way we were.


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Guitar but not guitar; synthesizers but not keyboards – Darkroom’s music starts with improvisation and a distinctive approach to sound design, followed by disciplined editing and stop-motion studio craft. By turns beautiful and beautifully ugly, theirs is a very human music that always sounds ‘played’ not ‘programmed’, despite the essential technology. ... more

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