Headphone Dust have a few copies of 2 new ToneFloat vinyl releases, both with connections to SW:
Anja Garbarek »Smiling and Waving LP+7 inch £18.00
Recorded in 2000 in London, this strange and shimmeringly beautiful album won a Spellemannspris (Norwegian Grammy) in 2001. Smiling and Waving was produced by Anja and Steven Wilson, except for 2 tracks which were produced by Talk Talk’s Mark Hollis. Additional contributions come from Robert Wyatt (whose own version of “Stay Tuned” from this album can be found on his most recent solo album “Comicopera”), Theo Travis, Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri. The first 500 copies of this LP edition are pressed on coloured vinyl in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with inner bag, and includes a 7 inch single in its own sleeve, featuring “I Won’t Hurt You” and “Blinking Blocks of Light”, two tracks that were only available for a short time as part of a Norwegian limited CD edition of the album.
The Use of Ashes (ft. Bass Communion) untitled £8.00
A 10 inch single that includes the original demo version of The Use of Ashes “Ice” (7.45) on side A and a Bass Communion reconstruction of The Use of Ashes “Mousehill Daydream” (10.07) on side B. The 10 inch comes in a PVC sleeve and is available on orange vinyl (limited to 250 copies), blue vinyl (250 copies) and clear vinyl (100 copies only). We will do our best to provide you with the colour you prefer, but can’t guarantee your choice.
We only have a very small number of each release so please email email@example.com first to reserve a copy and request a price including shipping (please remember to tell us which country we will be shipping to).
Also back in stock at Headphone Dust is Bass Communion’s first CD, and the last remaining copies of SW’s Cover Version 2, 3 and 4 CD singles, which are sold out elsewhere (there will be a repressing at some point, but not for a while).
Now available from HEADPHONE DUST is the next in the series of vinyl upgrades to the SW catalogue, a lavish double vinyl edition of Bass Communion ii, which collects the six tracks from the original 1999 CD release plus for the first time the release of Wide Open Killingfeld parts 2 and 3 on Side 4, which are exclusive to this release. As always with ToneFloat releases, the album comes with a superb gatefold picture sleeve , and the first edition of 500 copies are numbered and on white vinyl. Note that we are going to wait until after Christmas to post out any international orders, but you can still reserve a copy.
Headphone Dust Mail Order have a handful of the special t-shirts that Soleilmoon produced to commemorate the release of the Bass Communion “Loss” CD/DVDA. Please remember to specifiy which size you require when you place your order.
The next Bass Communion release “Pacific Codex” is now expected in October, in the most lavish packaging yet for a BC release. In the meantime there are 3 copies left of the Fear Falls Burning 5LP vinyl box set “Once We All Walk Through Solid Objects”, which includes a Bass Communion collaboration on Side One (note that this track will also be issued on a Bass Communion CD at some time in the future). Limited to 500 copies, the set is now sold out at source.
Headphone Dust Mail Order have a small quantity of the 5LP vinyl box set “Once We All Walk Through Solid Objects” by Fear Falls Burning, which includes a Bass Communion collaboration on Side One. Note that this track will also be issued on a Bass Communion CD at some time in the future, but in the meantime this is a truly gorgeous (and heavy!) item, which includes an FFB collaboration with a different artist on each side, including Steve Von Till (Neurosis), Final (Justin Broadrick from Jesu / Godflesh), Birchville Cat Motel..etc… The set is limited to 500 copies and almost sold out already.
Headphone Dust also have a few copies of the new Fovea Hex CD “Allure”, on which SW makes a guest appearance (note that this is the single disc edition – the version with the bonus remix CD is only available directly from Die Stadt).
You won’t find either of these items listed on the Headphone Dust mail order page because we have so few, but please email if you are interested (we have decided to get more ”Allure” and the item will be available from the mail order page shortly).
Bass Communion “Pacific Codex” is now likely to be issued in September, and Continuum II (the final pressing, taking it up to its limitation of 2,000) should be back in stock by mid August.
It seems like we forgot to mention that the deluxe and highly limited 180 gram 2LP vinyl edition of SW’s IEM 1996-1999 album is now available. Sure to sell out very quickly of it’s 500 copy only run, it’s available now from Headphone Dust Mail Order, or from Burning Shed.
Also in stock at Headphone Dust Mail Order is the 2LP edition of the Theo Travis album “Slow Life”, which includes an 18 minute Bass Communion reconstruction on Side 4.
Other vinyl items that Headphone Dust have pretty much the last copies of are IEM “Arcadia Son”, Porcupine Tree “On the Sunday of Life…” and Blackfield “Blackfield” – please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in any of these.