There’s a couple of download EPs available.
Through The Prism which is some studio games from last year, was gonna get a 3″ release but that all fell apart for various reasons. So thought we’d give it away.
and Live+ from last year which was a wonderful live performance from a powerful 5 person line-up of The Zero Map+ featuring Tim Cottrell, Harvey Evident and Emma Frances Skemp.
The wonderful old tape “A Duty To The Dead” is now available as a pay what you like download:
Firstly we have a lovely gig coming up:
Bleach (above Hare & Hounds/ formly The Hydrant) Preston Circus, Brighton – 25th September 2014.
Also we had our Leeds recording put online with stuff here
We’ve also played recently for MadArtVoid.
And got a review of our split tape with dogeeseseegod here
There was a review over at Avant Music News of our Psychic Glass Dome release. Now also there to be read in our Press section.
We have a new split tape with dogeeseseegod – available from our own imprint “Emblems of Cosmic Disorder” – you can get that here:
Also we have a track, “Eye Patch”, on the LF Records compilation Computer Music along with Astral Social Club, dsic, Ian Watson, Seth Cooke and a load of other great acts. It’s all strictly computer generated sounds.
Samples and tracklisting here: http://www.lfrecords.autmusic.com/computermusic.html
and buy it here: http://www.lfrecords.autmusic.com/
We’re playing a gig at Splittin’ The Atom on July 17th (poster pending) and we are planning an jaunt up north in August to Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds (more news pending).
’til next time. Love to all
The Zero Map
A new 3″ CD EP of ours “Psychic Glass Dome” has been released on Sheepscar Light Industrial and is available to buy from them, or from us (electronically mail us at: sarcasticmuffin [at] hotmail [dot] com).
Also available to stream/download as (pay what you want) from the Sheepscar Bandcamp
Also – reviews of Cerebrum Pate here: Weed Temple and here: Terrascope.
“Small snippets of lost melody is weaved in between the sinister, dark sounds” and
“darkly shaded ambient/industrial style, off-kilter atmospherics of a particularly English bent.”
Cerebrum Pate is still also available at the aforementioned email address.
Aurorae CD album is also still available to order as well.
£4 per release (which includes postage inside UK, perhaps more outside) or £10 for all three.
Cerebrum Paté got a review over at the ever-faithful Radio Free Midwich, along with a trio of other releases from Tor Press.
Choice highlight would be “the closer you look the more peculiar it gets” but the rest can be found at the above link or over in our repository of press cuttings.
We still have a small handful of these CDs available, for £5 (which includes postage inside the UK, get in contact if outside) so feel free to hit us up
sarcasticmuffin [AT] hotmail [DOT] com