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Plinth

Plinth

Plinth


Plinth is the alias of Dorset based instrumentalist, sound engineer and composer Michael Tanner. Plinth first released "Bracken" on the Geographic compilation "You Don't Need Darkness To Do What You Think Is Right" in 2001 and founded the Dorset Paeans record label a year later. Recent releases are "Albatross" (Deadslacktring), and the short story and soundtrack "Music for Smalls Lighthouse" (Second Language). Other releases include "Wintersongs" and "Plays Victorian Machine Music" on Dorset Paeans and Rusted Rail Read more on Last.fm
Plinth is the alias of Dorset based instrumentalist, sound engineer and composer Michael Tanner. Plinth first released "Bracken" on the Geographic compilation "You Don't Need Darkness To Do What You Think Is Right" in 2001 and founded the Dorset Paeans record label a year later. Recent releases are "Albatross" (Deadslacktring), and the short story and soundtrack "Music for Smalls Lighthouse" (Second Language). Other releases include "Wintersongs" and "Plays Victorian Machine Music" on Dorset Paeans and Rusted Rail, respectively - Both are now sold out.

He is one half of 'The A Lords' with Nicholas Palmer (Directorsound) who released a full length LP on the Rif Mountian label in 2011 (Now sold out) and collaborated with cult songwriter Mark Fry on "I Lived In Trees" (Second Language). Away from his own music he has played live and recorded as/with Thalassing, Sharron Kraus, Pantaleimon, Directorsound, United Bible Studies and Tex La Homa. He has also recorded albums by Sharron Kraus (The Foxes wedding, Durtro 2006), United Bible Studies, The Rural Tradition and Rusalnaia. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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