Ian Boddy's excellent DiN label has just put out their 100th release entitled 'Nevermore' which he performed live at DiN HQ as part of the three day Soundquest Festival. The recording features a wealth of admirable studio equipment including the Serge Modular, Analogue Systems French Connection, Make Noise 0-Coast, Moog Matriarch, Novation Summit, Folktek Resonant Garden and the Moog MF-104M Analog Delay.
Here's the lowdown on the release:
The DiN label, established in 1999, reaches something of a milestone with "Nevermore" (DiN69) as it represents the 100th release on the esteemed British electronic music label. This equates to this, the 69th album on the main DiN imprint as well as 26 digital only releases on the DiNDDL sub-label and 5 Tone Science albums.
It seems only fitting then that this release comes from DiN label boss Ian Boddy. This was organised by ambient luminary Steve Roach and had an audience watching and listening of 1000+ music fans across the globe coming together in these strange days of a global pandemic. This surely inspired Boddy to conjure up a mesmerising tour de force of a live show that shows all his skills and experience built up over a life time of performing.
Released in a limited edition digipak with beautiful artwork by Wendy Carroll this is music that not only celebrates the work of one of the UK's leading exponents of electronic music but also the label he has curated with such love and care for the last 22 years.
Find the release at the DiN bandcamp page: https://din.org.uk/album/nevermore-din69
Listen to the release on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ianboddy
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