The Axe Forgets But The Tree Remembers

New release, out July 24th 2016:

We See The Same Stars Differently

Our new release, out March 31st 2016:
we see the same stars differently

We See The Same Stars Differently is based on recordings from Darkroom’s headline performance at the Y2K15 International Live Looping Festival in Santa Cruz, California.

The evolving live Darkroom sound presented here combines spacious instrumental and found sound ambiences with searing guitar textures and post-industrial noise, all created and captured on location in 2015, with final post-production in 2016.

The missing link between The Banshees and Zeit-era Tangerine Dream.

New on SoundCloud - Giving Up The Ghosts

There's plenty more to come from the Tuesdays Post sessions that have already produced The Rest Is Noise - our plan for 2016 is to make tracks available on SoundCloud as soon as they're ready, for comments and feedback, before they're collected for Bandcamp and final download release.

The first track in the next series - Giving Up The Ghosts - was originally recorded in January 2015, with Peter Chilvers (collaborator with Brian Eno, Karl Hyde and Tim Bowness) guesting on piano. Peter played bass on the first two Darkroom albums, and we're delighted to feature his distinctive piano playing.

We're also happy to be continuing our collaboration with photographer Israel Denadai on the cover images for these tracks.

Innerviews Interview

Before our headline set at the Y2K15 loop festival in Santa Cruz back in October 2015, we met up with music journalist Anil Prasad to record the first audio interview for Innerviews, the Web’s first and longest-running music magazine. We talk about Darkroom past, present and future: listen here.