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james stephen finn - homecoming
*LIMITED TO 100 HAND-PACKAGED COPIES FOR THE WORLD. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CD'S ARE HOUSED IN A MAILER ENVELOPE WHICH AT THE REQUEST OF THE LABEL WILL BE PERSONALISED WITH YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND POSTED TO YOU WITHOUT ANY ADDITIONAL PACKAGING. PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL US ASKING US NOT TO SEND IT TO YOU THIS WAY - THE LABEL INSIST ON IT* Cotton Goods have excelled themselves again with this delectable package from James Stephen Finn. Going far beyond the call of duty, 'Homecoming' is housed in one of their handmade lending library sleeves and individual, embossed envelopes, looking like the little cards that contain all your private details down at a musty local library. And the music inside is just as lovely; eleven tracks of crackling, rain-on-hood textures, wispy grey drones and distant electrical hum, all carefully arranged with an obsessive yet organic neatness. In an abstract sense, 'Homecoming' seems to deal with the tangible feelings of nostalgia and melancholy attached to those places we tend to have visited in our past, be it in the shadowy traces of Ghost Box-like radiophonic melody on 'Twelfth Floor' or the screenprinted images of totemesque high-rise tower blocks inside, it all connects to some feeling of place and time with a peculiarly British sensitivity to fleeting moments as elusive as sunlight on a brisk autumnal afternoon. Attempting to catch this shy and reticent mood in words is a nigh on impossible, but once you've got the lending card in your hand and the music on the stereo it becomes life affirmingly apparent.