Thursday, May 13, 2010


From the Tone Float press release -
"the continuum recyclings volume two: justin k. broadrick the release of continuum recyclings volume two continues an intriguing series of collaborations extending beyond traditional remix projects, this time putting sonic extremist justin k broadrick in the driving seat. motivated by their immense passion for a wide range of musical styles, continuum has turned into the multi-layered synonym for the collective ambition and vision of dirk serries (microphonics, vidnaObmana, fear falls burning) and steven wilson (porcupine tree, bass communion, blackfield). following in the footsteps of their 2004 debut, continuum two was released in 2007 as the second installment in a series of limited edition cd albums, presented in a beautiful oversized digipack with breathtaking design and artwork by lasse hoile. next to these duo efforts, meanwhile, a second line of releases has prominently established itself. using an unreleased track by wilson (construct iii - immersion mix) as his point of departure, dirk serries composed a galaxy of ghostly soundscapes in 2006, which would later be published as 2lp set continuum recyclings volume one. tonefloat now continues this series of reconstructions with continuum recyclings volume two (tf51), for which serries and wilson invited justin k. broadrick (jesu, final, godflesh) to add his own unique perspective on their material. this time, however, the task was even more daunting, as the project not just encompassed a single track, but was based on the sources of continuum's entire second full length album. while the original already expanded into dark and relentlessly extreme territories, broadrick has embarked on even more incisive explorations, drilling straight into the music's marrow and extracting nothing but its naked and undiluted essence. the result is a stunningly coherent new work in its own right spanning four monolithic tracks of epic proportions. as with continuum recyclings volume one, continuum recyclings volume two is a vinyl only release, and limited to 500 copies on coloured 180grams vinyl a stunning carl glover designed gatefold picture sleeve. the release date is set for june 8. the album can now be pre-ordered directly from our tonefloat shop."

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

JKB Facebook page

There is now a 'stand alone' JKB Facebook page, besides the Pale Sketcher page :

Monday, May 10, 2010

Jesu / Fog 7" & Future Everything fest

The collaborative Jesu / Fog LTD 7" (Andrew Broder & I) is still available through Hidden Hive here -

Jesu plays the Future Everything festival this coming Saturday 15th May at Sound Control, Manchester, UK.

Supported by the amazing Dead Fader and Cloaks (DJ set) on the stellar 3by3 label, for which I have an album forthcoming as JK FLESH.

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Pale Sketcher on Facebook

My Pale Sketcher project has an official Facebook page -

Another new song, 'Can I Go Now (Gone Version)', from the forthcoming Pale Sketcher album on Ghostly 'jesu : pale sketches demixed' can be heard there.