Responsible for one of last year’s most strikingly beautiful ambient albums, Sad City talks up debuting his new live set at our Campfire Headphase stage at Farr Festival and goes into his working relationship with Emotional Response founder Chuggy and Nick Williams, head of R&S Records sub-label Meda Fury, which led to the release of ‘Shapes In Formation’.
Glasgow-based producer Gary Caruth has evolved a highly original sound; deep, lush and widescreen electronics, from melancholic to ecstatic.
Discover who’s playing when at our stage this summer at Farr Festival
Today Farr Festival reveal a day-by-day stage breakdown of who’s playing when over the three day event, which means we can reveal when our guests are performing at the Campfire Headphase stage, dedicated to ambient and experimental music.
Inverted Audio x Farr Festival: Huerco S., Leafar Legov, Terekke, Machine Woman
Time has come to reveal the lineup to our 3-night stage takeover at Farr Festival, dedicated to ambient and downtempo music, which will see the finest of otherworldly music aces come through to deliver some deeply-immersive late night moments.
Premiere: Sad City – Smoke
Gary Caruth’s debut solo album as Sad City, released on July 29th via Emotional Response and Meda Fury, makes for a particularly enticing journey into the producer’s elegiac post-urban universe, allowing his supple blends of ambient and breathable electronica to fully develop. Stream the brightly-hued ‘Smoke’ within.
Win a vinyl copy of Sad City’s new record for Phonica Special Editions
To celebrate the release of Sad City’s stunning 6 track plate of experimental electronica on Phonica Special Editions, we’re offering you the chance to win a vinyl copy.
Sad City returns to Phonica with ‘Introduction To Lisboa/ Sloe’
If you’re a fan of Tycho, Christopher Willits and Boards Of Canada then make sure you check out this record…simply stunning electronica.
From Bangor to Glasgow; New Jersey’s Underwater Peoples to London’s Phonica Special Editions, there’s motion in the tale of Sad City. Building on the reverb-drenched strolls of