03:40 - !J.O.O.E.! I realise now I get a lot of Boards of Canada vibes from it, which would explain why I like it so much.
03:39 - Apothecary Just scoping this [link] now, and it's pretty damn good. So I'm sure a full playthrough will be quite stimulating
03:38 - !J.O.O.E.! I think it'll suit your mood. It's more of an experiment in cinematic subtlety. Constantly shifting in a really mellow and pleasing way, with the odd edge here and there.
03:36 - Apothecary I just picked up from the urban pharmacist, so that'll probably be a good album to mellow out to tonight :)
03:34 - !J.O.O.E.! I still read it is drone as you mentioned DBR ;) Yeah I really like it. Really diverse mix of elements so it's chilled, creepy and heavy depending on what part of the album you're at.
03:32 - Apothecary Sorry, I meant *drone throne, not doom throne hahaha. I've seen you mention that Echoes Of Yul album though. That good, eh?
03:29 - !J.O.O.E.! I'd probably go for that Echoes of Yul record, although it's fairly light on the doom part.
Northern Irish Celts Waylander were back in North Wales after their appearance at Hammerfest in April. On the evening of the first day of the festival, after we'd all consumed some amount of alcohol we thought it would be a good idea to act like four idiots in front of a camera and post it on the internet. We got to talk about the band's progression through the years, sweating walls in Belfast and the next album.
Note: In the second part of the interview, the "inside information" about Dagda the dog and broardband internet connections was obtained from Dave beforehand, without the knowledge of the other two. Yes, Metal Storm is becoming more like "Beadle's About" day by day.
Thanks to Ciaran, Saul and Dave for their time, and Saul for helping arrange it.
Conducted & edited by Barry Anderson.
Recorded by Tomas Drury.