Outer Reaches present new album by experimental duo Leyden Jars

Described as a work of fragmented musicality, electro-acoustic emission, disembodied dub, radiophonic interference, & revelatory DIY poetics

Outer Reaches present new album by experimental duo Leyden Jars

Described as a work of fragmented musicality, electro-acoustic emission, disembodied dub, radiophonic interference, & revelatory DIY poetics

The Outer Reaches label will release a new album by the London based experimental duo Leyden Jars on October 30th.

Entitled 'Gone' & formed of ten tracks produced over the course of a two year period, the album is described as a work 'of fragmented musicality, electro-acoustic emission, disembodied dub, radiophonic interference, & revelatory DIY poetics', one that displays common ground with the likes of Tod Dockstader, Beatriz Ferreyra, Broadcast, & Movietone.

Comprised of Natalie Williams & Mark Courtney, the Leyden Jars project first emerged in 2015 with their debut EP 'Force, Matter & Energy', and subsequently issued a highly recommended series of releases on the influential underground imprint Mordant Music. Their last outing came in the form of 2018's 'Almost Nothing', a self-released collection of heavily overdubbed live recordings.

The duo describe 'Gone' as an exploration of 'absence', themetically concerned with 'the gap between an old cycle & what comes next', a sentiment that now feels 'weirdly prescient'.

Listen to the lead track 'London Gone' below.

'Gone' is released on Limited Edition Cassette & Download on October 30th.

Download available via Bandcamp only.

More Info / Pre-Order here.

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