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Songs Of Green Pheasant

Songs Of Green Pheasant is the solo project of Duncan Sumpner, a 30-year-old artist / teacher from Oughtibridge in Sheffield, who initially sent us an album-length CDR of tracks in 2002 (initially recorded at home under the monicker, Kayak). It was one of those demos that quickly stood out as being highly intriguing and then slowly works itself deeper and deeper under your skin and into your hea...

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Welcome to our fourth Spotify playlist - SONGWRITERS

We would like to introduce to you our fourth Spotify playlist - Songwriters. 


We've included a range of songsmiths from the catalogue including Vashti Bunyan, Tom Brosseau, David Grubbs, C Duncan, Vetiver, Gregory and the Hawk, His Clancyness, Songs of Green Pheasant and more!

To stream the playlist click HERE


Be sure to follow us on Spotify HERE if you don'already!

Introducing our second Spotify playlist - MELLOW

We'd like to introduce to you our second Spotify playlist - Mellow, which includes a variety of calmer selections from our entire catalogue:

The playlist features a wide range of artists including Sigur Ros, Max Richter, Vetiver, Tom Brosseau, and Mum, as well as artists such as Dmitry Evgrafov and Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch from our 130701 Post-classical series.

To stream the playlist click HERE

We'll be adding some more soon, so be sure to follow us on Spotify HERE if you don't already.

Songs Of Green Pheasant releases new mini-album plus book of drawings

The hugely-talented Duncan Sumpner (aka Songs Of Green Pheasant) has self-released a mini-album of 9 new SOGP tracks.

The hugely-talented Duncan Sumpner (aka Songs Of Green Pheasant) has self-released a mini-album of 9 new SOGP tracks,  on a CD bound within a book of his own drawings, which are quite stunning. Entitled 'Mullock & Moil', the package is available in a very limited edition of just 100 copies, available direct from the artist .

"Referring to many aspects of decay - industrial, of the family, of the mind, social... this book/c.d. is a project where I have tried to combine drawings and music in a mutually respectful way. I hope both art forms serve to provoke meaningful and perhaps insightful interpretations of the other. "

Duncan has also just published a second volume of his fantastic 'Horseflesh', a full-length comic novel set in the culturally bereft atmosphere of '90s Britain. Check the link to order and view images.    

We released three albums with Duncan in the '00s and his creativity deserves some proper recognition. So please, go support this brilliant independent artist.