**Edition of 100 hand-stamped CDr and sleeve with hand-made wrap-around** Slip Discs' 3rd micro-run edition is the debut release by Larry Goves. 'A Crèche for the Lonely and Peculiar' offers three compositions stemming from live recordings made in Manchester last summer. They employ concrète source textures, phosphorescing electro-acoustic harmonics and field recordings arranged and rendered with a hazily haptic, cochlea-shmushing quality. They're very delicate pieces, and quite polite with it. But there's also surreal, soporific sensuality, especially to the first two pieces 'Radio Tune' and 'Victoria To Maidstone' which are slightly more psychedelic than the more catholic neo-classical elements of Oliver Coates' cello of 'Filakr'. Remixing, the label's Laurie Tompkins messes 'Victoria to Maidstone' with crackling, dynamic FM synthesis strafed with hovering, distanced vocal at points.