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A Moon That Lights Itself

A Moon That Lights Itself A newly commissioned work for electronics, strings and moonlight, by Michael Begg In association with the major summer exhibition “Inspiring Impressionism” Scottish National…

Fovea Hex to appear at Geräuschwelten Festival

A unique distillation of Fovea Hex will be appearing at this year’s Geräuschwelten Festival, in Münster, Germany, on May 7th, as Clodagh Simonds and Michael Begg take to…

From the vaults: IEM one hour special on Human Greed

This one hour special, featuring tracks from Consolation, Pilgrim and Black Hill was originally broadcast in 2014, and was published by the Monochrome Vision label.  

Latest Omnempathy Newsletter

Omnempathy have just released a newsletter with details of three new releases available for pre-order: Fovea Hex – The Salt Garden 1 Michael Begg | Human Greed –…

Fovea Hex – The Salt Garden

Pre-orders open tomorrow on the new Fovea Hex ep: The Salt Garden 1. This is the first in  a series of 3 eps released by Janet Records in…

From the vaults: Michael Begg at the Belsona Academy

Another find in the vault: Thomas Bey William Bailey’s Belsona Academy podcast played host, in 2009, to a half hour monologue introducing Fortress Longing. Michael Begg on Death,…

Spem In Alium – 30 minute erosion free to download

For the month of December my 30 minute erosion of Thomas Tallis’s sublime Spem In Alium is free to download from the Omnempathy Bandcamp: https://omnempathy.bandcamp.com/album/spem-in-alium  

HIVERNANT – to be released in July 2015

HIVERNANT :: OMCD06 :: JULY ’15 9 new tracks by Michael Begg | Human Greed: The Garden Da Pacem (apres Arvo) Improvisation Psalom (Live dans l’église Ste. Kasey,…

Sound And Territory: The Effect of a Hundred Year Divorce

The actual title suggested to the publication was Sound, Territory and Reconciliation: the Consequence of A Hundred Year Divorce. However, Dźwięk i terytorium. O skutkach stuletniego rozwodu sits…

Music, Madness and the Unworking of Language

There is a particular line in John T Hamiliton’s 2008 book, Music, Madness and the Unworking of Language that some months after reading it continues to turn in…