by Collectress

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'Landing' is the first single release of Collectress's new forthcoming album Different Geographies (due out in spring 2020).

Different Geographies is a record named in response to the realities of collaboration. Having scattered from their Brighton origins, the band looked for new opportunities to create across the separations of time, space and the vibrancies of life. Calendar-scattered stolen days took the place of weekly rehearsals. Collectress gatherings became more intense, the quartet drawn together across a widening map of overseas residencies, research projects from the Arctic to the Amazon, international tours with other groups, and motherhood. Yet Collectress maintained their deep connection. Quietly the music took form, and Different Geographies was born. Although the process of making has changed, the beating heart of Collectress’s music remains four musicians playing together in one room: chamber music for the 21st century. Drawing on both composition and improvisation, the band’s distinctive world of experimentation endures Different Geographies maintains everything that is unique about Collectress, but breaks fresh ground. The homespun and intimate zooms out to a broader topography … inviting the curious to listen.


released November 25, 2019
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Collectress are:
Alice Eldridge - cello, Korg MS10, laptop feedback, piano, Rhodes, vocals, percussion
Rebecca Waterworth - cello, piano, vocals, percussion
Caroline Weeks - flute, guitar, Yamaha VSS200, piano, Rhodes, vocals, percussion
Quinta - violin, piano, Rhodes, Korg MS10, Yamaha VSS200, vocals, percussion

Andy Waterworth - Double Bass (In the Streets, In the Fields & Landing)
Pepo - vocals (In the Streets, In the Fields)

Engineered by Joe Watson (Stereolab)
Mixed by TJ Allen (Bat for Lashes, Portishead)
Mastered by Dylan Beattie

Arthur Jeffes (Penguin Café) for recording Andy; Peter Buckley and Frederic Nabet for food and love.


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