May 23, 2013
As if their recent releases hadn’t already been spreading the sound of Circus Company into new and exciting places, now their very silver-tongued enchanter JAW emerges with the first details of his own autonomous project. Somewhere in between the electronic drive of his day job in dOP and the folky, organic instrumentation of Les Fils Du Calvaire, JAW shares with us a new venture that has thrust him into the studio with Lebanese musician Kevork Keshishian. After a chance meeting on the streets of Beirut, the pair struck upon a creative buzz and so “Hazihi Laylaty” was born.
April 27, 2013
Franck Roger was there in the beginning. From his allegiance with Real Tone Records to commissions from legends such as Masters At Work, he has given many years of service to the groove. ‘Extensions Of Yesterday’ is a testament to his slow and calm evolution, staying true to his fundamental sound without ever resting for too long.
April 25, 2013
So says Brian Brewster on his latest record, and he’s not wrong. It has been a long time since the ‘7 Days’ EP on Circus Company and ‘Can’t Buy Love EP’ on Wolf + Lamb back in 2011, and finally the collaboration with dOP’s resident beatsmiths Damien and Clement is reignited, sending Brian’s gravelly vocals in a myriad of directions that make for one of the most ambitious singles we have ever shared with you, dear listeners, here at Circus Company.
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