Listening Post

Rory Attwell just posted his best and most experimental Warm Brains track, ‘Circles Of The Scythe’

Watch Rory punishing a naughty snare in different world locations

You might have noticed that workaholic London producer and musician Rory Attwell has been quiet recently. Just as I was thinking that, Rory dropped us a line with ‘Circle Of The Scythe’, and to explain himself.

Turns out he’s been touring the world as a member of Die! Die! Die! and working on film soundtracks, mostly.

He’s back in town now and has moved out of his notorious Lightship boat studio and into a new studio in South Tottenham where he’s back to producing and recording as Warm Brains.

He’s got a third album ready to go already, with a working title of ‘General Waste’, which will include this new track, ‘Circles Of The Scythe’ – something more aggressive and experimental to his last album ‘Big Wow’.

Here’s Rory banging a snare in different glamorous world locations.

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