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Had Yr Pash physical cds are now available....very limited run of only 50 copies I'm afraid. Apologies for the delay to anyone that ordered one.

To get a copy donate via http://www.silbermedia.com/mwvm/hadyrpash.shtml or get in touch.

The first review in of the album can be read here http://www.tometotheweathermachine.com/reviews/2012/04/mwvm

Thanks Michael

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thanks jeff -in all honesty, real ife things got in the way of this recording. i wish i could say it took 5 years to make  :P

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http://www.silbermedia.com/mwvm/hadyrpash.shtml

Download my album - free from the link provided.

I will provide a physical handmade copy to anyone that donates towards the release.


"Itís been several years since Silber released mwvmís debut Rotations. Itís one of those classic indie ambient records that you can put in your car & not realize itís the only thing youíve been listening to for a month. Which of course makes a follow-up daunting. In fact, we werenít sure if mwvm would abandon the album format altogether in favor of occasional single songs. So we are super pleased to bring you Had Yr Pash.

mwvm is drone music for sure, but what makes mwvmís drone music stand out in the pack is Michael Waltonís ability to pour his emotions out through the drone communicating things words never could. Walton returns with a guitar tone that sounds like glaciers cascading onto the desert plain armed with a telecaster, a handful of effects, & a metal rod. His lonely cowboy sounds may seem odd coming from the English countryside rather than Texas, but maybe the wild west of dreams is more real in England than it could ever be in the states. Calming, peaceful, ominous, foreboding. The lone gunman messiah riding his horse out of town as he bleeds to
death. Victorious, heroic, but ultimately more self-destructive than self-reliant. On careful listening this is not pretty ambient music, but angst ridden ambient music as it explores all the tumultuous emotions associated with staying alive in the twenty-first
century while wishing for the simplicity of the nineteenth century."

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thanks Matthew, much appreciated.

the full album preview can be heard here http://soundcloud.com/mwvm

40+ mins the usual glissando guitars, static, electronics, treated piano, 4 track wobble/wow/flutter soundscapes that bore folk to death...some can be downloaded, some can't. Nowt really original - I must admit but lovely all the same or I think so.. oh, yeah, they're unmastered mixdowns by the way.

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over a year? ha. i work slow - i suppose.

anyway, here's a couple of tracks.

http://www.mwvm.co.uk/music/an_airbag_didn%27t_save_my_life.mp3

http://www.mwvm.co.uk/music/people_for_working_people.mp3

hope you enjoy.

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Thanks.

There's some new music up at http://www.myspace.com/mwvm
if anyone wants a d/l, let me know.

Cheers

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thanks joe r.

don't hold your breath though, 6 months to a year before it'll see the light of day.

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Hello all,

Hopefully one or two folks might have heard mwvm - rotations.

I've uploaded some new songs for you folks to download.

They will (probably) feature on the next album. No plans for a label release yet, I haven't decided.

http://www.mwvm.co.uk/music/wood_for_all.mp3

http://Www.mwvm.co.uk/music/mind_the_gap.mp3

Hope you enjoy them.

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