As crackling leaves twistingly trip and fluttering wraiths’o’mist inexplicably form, TWO new albums from the Moon Wiring Club ~ Why Does My House Make Creaking Noises? and Playclothes From Faraway Places ~ have vaulted vigorously from unusually illuminated Blank Workshop recesses to bafflingly enrapture aural tastebuds of the temporally entranced.
With high-pulse murky autumnal theatricalities Why Does My House Make Creaking Noises? (GEpH009LP) effectively emboldens the fanatically popular fog-world of clandestine cobwebby devotionally disturbing Jacobean electronic musicke (JED).
Playclothes From Faraway Places (GEpH009CD) deftly jacks immaculately turned-out-and-up midnight boogie-movie production into a concealed embroidery-house of distant hazy horizon drift.
Upon the surface these two outpourings could not be more unconnected, and long-term MWC fanatics, whilst enraptured by freshly minted sonic accoutrements, may find themselves blustered and floundering in an over-exuberant burst of concentrated opaque puzzlement.
For those fumbling for a cold-compress, detection-aid is close at hand. In a specially extended bumper number, the Lovely Day has scoured a diverse array of partially illuminating articles and helpfully reprints a choice double for the potential edification of the interested and inquiring.
In JACOBEAN WHODUNIT, professional puzzle-brain Pusskin Sprywhistle deftly serves a gourmet panorama of food for thought, providing armchair ponderers plenty to chew upon. To follow, VARIETAS IN CLINKSKELL carves out an intriguingly fine slice of retail whimsy, fresh from the instructional pen of M T Mulberry.
Both are profusely illustrated, and will provide many luminous moments of delightful unearthly distraction.
PROCURE your copy of THE LOVELY DAY (BUMPER SEASONAL NUMBER) (along with WHY DOES MY HOUSE MAKE CREAKING NOISES? and/or PLAYCLOTHES FROM FARAWAY PLACES) NOW FROM THE GIFTSHOP (if the fancy takes you).