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The wonderful music of James Leyland Kirby has always been rich in nostalgia and keenly aware of its own cultural hauntology. Now, he brings these macro-approaches down to the world of the personal - after fifteen years releasing as The Caretaker, this persona is now beginning to lose his mind to early-onset dementia. The second of the six ‘Everywhere at the End of Time’ releases finds The Caretaker’s mental capacity beginning to come apart, and as such the careful sample curation and warm crackle of BBC Radiophonic Workshop-era soundscapes becomes fugged by noise, lost in its own loops, or begins to break itself up.

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  1. 1 A Losing Battle Is Raging The Caretaker 2:00
  2. 2 Misplaced In Time The Caretaker 2:00
  3. 3 What Does It Matter How My Heart Breaks The Caretaker 1:18
  4. 4 Glimpses Of Hope In Trying Times The Caretaker 2:00
  5. 5 Surrendering To Despair The Caretaker 2:00
  6. 6 I Still Feel As Though I Am Me The Caretaker 2:00
  7. 7 Quiet Dusk Coming Early The Caretaker 2:00
  8. 8 Last Moments Of Pure Recall The Caretaker 2:00
  9. 9 Denial Unravelling The Caretaker 2:00
  10. 10 The Way Ahead Feels Lonely The Caretaker 2:00

The Caretaker

History Always Favours the Winners

Ambient and Modern Classical

Experimental and Noise

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