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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

For June we have 30 hours of new shows - including an exclusive session

Artist Info

Broken Shoulder

Broken Shoulder
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Broken Shoulder is the aching pseudonym of Neil Debnam from Fighting Kites under which he released his first solo album "Broken Shoulderrr" (2011, Audio Antihero Records).

Conceived when he was out of action with a broken shoulder, he looked to create an ugly sister to his work with Fighting Kites. With the intention of stripping away the bleeping and the beauty of his day job Debnam lent in the darker shade of his influences; electronic and noise records from the likes of Tim Hecker, Ashtray Navigations, Core Of The Coalman and a wealth of Japanese experimental/improvisational music (Chihei Hatakeyama, Taj Mahal Travellers, Himeno Sayaka).

“Broken Shoulderrr”: a Lo-Tron collection of noises, ditties and misplaced notes sewn together by fuzz and feedback. It’s a unique record that evolves with each listen and has a shelf life longer than UHT milk.

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