Source: The Quietus.
It seems strange to find Graham Lambkin amid the clutter of London. His work in both The Shadow Ring and as a peerless field recorder is beautiful (if fringe) yet seemingly the product of hermit-like isolation. He’s lived in cities before – Miami, upstate New York – but it’s easiest to imagine him removed from any hubbub, ploughing away on the outskirts. This might all be due to a misapprehension on my part. After all, it’s somewhat of a fallback to reduce someone’s work through the prism of where they’re from. In his case it was Folkestone, a small town on the coast of southern England.