Future Grave



Future Grave is a limited edition wyrdfolk lathe vinyl only label.


Kathleen Yearwood with Trappist Afterland
"High In The Foothills" / "Arid Travels"
(FG 01)
50 Copies

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This is the debut release on Future Grave.
A clear vinyl lathe cut 33.3rpm 7" single which contains two very wonderful specially recorded tracks.Towards the end of 2019 Adam Cole contacted me to let me know he had been working with canadian experimental folk singer songwriter and writer Kathleen Yearwood.The music on this disc is the finished result which I really think is a superb way to start a new label project.

These records have been hand crafted over the last few months to the same standard of care and finish as usual and are individual pieces of art in themselves.The lathes were expertly cut by Phil Macy at 345RPM.Each record comes with a hand numbered insert and download code.

ONE COPY PER PERSON PLEASE


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Alula Down

Wrap Your Hills Around Our Absence

One Side Clear Vinyl One Sided 7" Single

(FG 02) 50 Copies split with the artist

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Super delighted to be offering up the PREORDER for my second Future Grave lathe.This time we have a very recently composed tune by one of my favourites Alula Down aka Kate Gathercole and Mark Waters.This song is written about the effects and feelings created by lockdown.The title of the song is a line from a poem by Nadine Anne Hura : Papatuanuku - Mother Earth.

This track was recorded at home during lockdown, recovering from Covid-19.Mastering by Ian Carter.The lathes were expertly cut by Phil Pio at 345RPM.

Record label artwork by Kate.

The record comes in textured denim blue covers.Each copy is individually numbered on the reverse sticker.

This is a clear vinyl one sided 7" single which plays at 45rpm.

Each disc comes with a download code.

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