The Shadow Ring - Put The Music In It's Coffin


Led by Graham Lambkin, avant-rock minimalists the Shadow Ring constructed a strange, lo-fi sound built on folk, experimental noise (from both guitar and electronics), tape loops, and spoken-word poetry. Formed in Cheriton, Kent, England, the Shadow Ring initially consisted of guitarist Lambkin and percussionist Daren Harris, with occasional supporting personnel. Forming their own Dry Leaf label, the group made its LP debut with 1993's City Lights, and scored U.S. distribution with the Siltbreeze label for the 1994 follow-up, Put the Music in Its Coffin. It was followed by a 1995 American tour with several Siltbreeze labelmates, including Harry Pussy.

5 comments:

bud said...

hello there -
I'd love to hear this, are you going to put the link up soon?

thanks for all the great music
ted.

steve said...

Sorry! I jumped the gun! here is the album:


http://www.sendspace.com/file/63ybtx

Anonymous said...

thanks so much for this!!!

b-dubb said...

gracias

brandumb said...

Oh man I've been trying to find this for ages!!

Thank you so much!