Bastard Assignments’ debut album Bastard Assignments is available now for streaming and download! Keep reading for the links…
As you’d expect, everything on the album has been written and performed by us – from Caitlin’s vocal pyrotechnics in dot drip line line 8918: EDGE to the instrumental rigour of Ed’s Hold for two pianos, the full-tilt oddness of Tim’s Enya Do You Need A Tambourine Player I’m Pretty Good and the pop-inspired elegance of Josh Spear’s Comedown. There’s also PrEP, the piece we made together for prepared brass and detuned viola – heard in our Mountview gig and also on Radio 3.
- Caitlin Rowley: dot drip line line 8918: EDGE – performed by Caitlin Rowley
- Bastard Assignments: PrEP – performed by Timothy Cape, Edward Henderson, Caitlin Rowley and Josh Spear
- Timothy Cape: Enya, Do You Need a Tambourine Player, I’m Pretty Good – performed by Timothy Cape, Edward Henderson, Caitlin Rowley and Josh Spear
- Edward Henderson: Hold (I-IV) – performed by Edward Henderson and Josh Spear
- Josh Spear: Comedown – performed by Timothy Cape, Edward Henderson, Caitlin Rowley and Josh Spear
Download or stream now
Download and stream from Bandcamp, or stream via Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, etc. – if you use it, we’re probably on it – search for Bastard Assignments!
Many thanks to Jamie Hamilton for his audio engineering expertise in recording and editing the album, and to Fluid Mastering for, well, mastering. The cover art is by Max Colson and Tim Spooner. And of course, our thanks go to Snape Maltings and Arts Council England for their support of this project.
Bastard Assignments launch date: 28 October 2019