jon collin

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  • jon collins – sky writings – early music

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    C31 audio cassette. Full colour sleeve with insert. Originally released on Winebox Press in 2008 as catalogue number winebox01. New catalogue number EM101.


  • jon collin, tom settle, irma vep – 31 october 2015 – early music

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    Live series. One-sided C53 audio cassette (the same audio on both sides). Wraparound black-and-white risograph-prizted card sleeve with insert.


  • jon collin – early music – early music

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    C41 audio cassette. Cassette version of LP released on Winebox Press. Black-and-white sleeve with insert. Catalogue number EM01.


  • kelly jayne jones & jon collin – sheffield, 9 august 2015 – early music

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    Live series. One-sided C44 audio cassette (the same audio on both sides). Black-and-white risograph-printed wraparound card sleeve with insert.


  • jon collin – interval music – very bon / comfortable on a tightrope

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    JON COLLIN – INTERVAL MUSIC

    UN-EFFECTED E BOW AND ACOUSTIC GUITAR PIECES RECORDED DEAF BY JC IN 2015

    THE DIAGRAM ON THE SLEEVE ACTS AS A TRACK LISTING AND SIMPLIFIED SCORE FOR THE TAPE


  • jon collin – non accidents,2014 – fort evil fruit

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    Guitars, recorded to tape in Stockport, October 2014.


  • jon collin – burnt monday – golden lab records

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    “The most obvious influence on [Collin’s] playing seems to be Loren Connors. He manifests the same strange bluesy attack on strings at many moments here — letting notes breathe for a while, then strangling them until they squeak shut. One also notes some of Fahey’s long open slide chords, but clearly his melodic resolutions are closer to Fahey’s late period work, even if his technique is more reminiscent of Fare Forward Voyagers or something. There is also a scent of Jim O’Rourke’s brilliant acoustic responses to questions posed by Derek Bailey. Indeed, while this might seem to be heady company for a guy recording his debut LP, I feel as though the comparisons fit.” –Byron Coley; Following the release of his incredible debut LP on Winebox Press, Jon Collin took to the road in the U.S. alongside fellow soul travelers Yek Koo, Chalaque and Zaimph. The highpoint (in myriad senses) came on a Monday night in Albany, NY, where Collin performed to a seated and incredibly blazed audience in the basement of The Helderberg House, where he ended a night of heavy reverie with a blasted, drawn-out, super-sparse set of creaking drum stool and glorious string tone flashes. All in attendance were mesmerized and utterly rapturous as each piece concluded — staggered by the weight of what they were witnessing and for which they had not been prepared by the endless craft ale, pizza and bongloads. There’s something of the magical about this record. Limited to 250 copies on 140 gram vinyl.


  • jon collin – the bells – winebox press

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    Live and field recordings from throughout 2013, recorded in various environments in Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield, Cork, Stockport and New York; a primer of sorts for another live thing due elsewhere in some months time. Edition of 49 copies from a wooden winebox.


  • jon collin – high peak selections – winebox press

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    Slide guitar improvisations recorded in the latter half of 2012 in the highly atmospheric environs of Portland Works, Sheffield; Sacred Trinity Church, Salford; and Sunshine Studios, Manchester. A continuation of the two ‘High Peak Vibrations’ tapes (on Winebox Press and Giant Hell). There’s an audio excerpt here. Numbered edition of 250 copies.