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Spider dlb

Spider dlb

Other / experimental / underground Brockdish, NFK, UK
Even More [zc9-yours to download and keep forever-if you are immortal!]
Even More [zc9-yours to download and keep forever-if you are immortal!]
Oddball - 'don't ring us...'
Oddball - 'don't ring us...'
Subway 69
Subway 69


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  • Andrew Austin (Artist)
    Andrew Austin
    Hidden.....quite brilliant!! Andrew
  • Exile Pots (Artist)
    Exile Pots
    Hello Spider, It feels mighty good to be back among your tracks. Listening now, the sense I get is of being among old friends. Not that they are old, or old, or even old old.... just welcoming to ear and head space. Exactly like I've always imagined Robin's Tea Shop to be. With Very Best Wishes - Exile ;)
  • Charley Says (Artist)
    Charley Says
    Hi Spider, just back for a listen of When We Began. I like a lot of your newer stuff too. Peter Burns.
  • FluxLiner (Artist)
    have I mentioned yet that, for some strange reason, your "Hillside 2012" gives me an earworm every single time I listen to it? [note that I almost never get 'earworms', so there IS something special going on here...and by earworms I'm NOT referring to these creepy worm-things from 'Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan' that burrow into one's ear and wrap itself around the cerebral cortex of their victim, causing it to become very susceptible to suggestion....! Ok, there might be symbolic, metaphorical parallels embedded on a deeper layer of meaning here, but I digress...as usual...] In other words: there's some "haunting melodies" in there [at least for me, I don't know about any other "victims"] ----> Melodies from Haunted Hill(Side)!
  • Exile Pots (Artist)
    Exile Pots
    Dear Spider, I'd quite forgotten just how majestic 'Monument 2012' is. After part 1... gotta go listen to the rest again. With Best Wsihes - Exile :)
  • z.N.E.E.T. (Artist)
    Hi Spider (with new avatar pic!). I can still remember July 2013 when you released "2013", the album, via your own label (more precisely: your very own label - a very private, very small label of your (very, very) own - much like my own label, which, unlike yours, currently specializes in releasing hot air into the atmosphere ---- at least that's what I did for the last year or so; and it's just not profitable anymore, I'll tell you that.). "2013" is an album that somehow encapsulates the spirit of that month...July 2013...good times...(yes, I think in months when it comes to stuff like that - this way I can prolong my musical "career" and the mythology surrounding it almost indefinitely. Kind of like 'make-believe for grown-ups'. Well, my Myers-Briggs personality type is and always was INFP - go figure...). Anyway, your album still rocks and that's thanks to standouts like "Priff" and the title track. Yes, "Priff"!!! It may not be everybody's cup of tea, but everybody's cup of tea would be verrrry bland tea...yes, yes... Very best wishes, flux


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Label: Improvision-spider dlb

Manager: Sir Max Cliff-hanger

Bio: Complete unknown/s. Spider: Instrumentational direction; Dick Le Burgh: Repairs, interruptions, sellotaping leads together, tea. Born in Grays, spent time in Upminster, Whitstable and Bath, now resident unknowns in South Norfolk. Play music to keep sane, although that effect can not be guaranteed...See Full Bio

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"Jonathan Wilson rocks the old chapel, and introduces Kieran Leonard" Norwich, Dec 2nd 2013. Spider and Dick le Burgh, with Dr Parsnip and his unusual entourage in attendance, were simply sockless after the twin delights of first Kieran Leonard (be warned, there's also a Kiran Leonard - not to be confused) an out of work astronaut from everywhere. Said entourage bought Spider his LP (yes vinyl!) and Dick a Jonathan Wilson t-shirt (which probably explains why Jonathan, who with his band performed a mind (and ear)-blowing set, only seemed to have an old one to wear). Kieran opened for an all too short 30 minutes and his LP (new one out soon, too) proves, as does Jonathan Wilson, that you can draw on the sounds of the sixties and seventies to produce some of the best music of the two thousand and tens. Analogue on the fire and keep warm this winter. A bag of chocolate Christmas trees and a fridge magnet were amongst the other highlights. You don't know what you're missing!

— Dr Parsnip, The Parsnip Times

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