The British school founded in the 1990s by
Colin Potter and
continued to thrive and incubate talents, notably
Ian Holloway who, after the tentative
Walking Through Fireflies (2006), used musique-concrete techniques to create the ambient drones of
the 39-minute piece of A Lonely Place (Quiet World, 2007) and
the 37-minute piece of Ashram Psych Tip (2007), originally produced as Christmas cards.
The Moon As A Hole (2007)
was a collaboration with Darren Tate.
Summerland (2008) was a collaboration with Banks Bailey and Darren Tate.
A Brief Sojourn (Quiet World, 2009) was a collaboration with Arizona-based field recordist Banks Bailey.
Wet Rat Year (Quiet World, 2009) was a collaboration with Darren Tate.
Meanwhile, Holloway continued to release solo albums such as
Where Have We Been In The World Today? (2008) and
She Loves Looking At The Sky (Quiet World, 2009).
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