This is the first recording by the trio of UK-born, Denmark-based Ingrid Plum, France's Anton Mobin, and Londoner Graham Dunning, consisting of concise tabletop improv pieces utilising electronics, field recordings, vocals, and various unspecified objects.
The title, which can be seen under the windows of some London buildings, refers to a 19th century law guaranteeing unobstructed natural light. Recorded in that city, the music feels situated there, evoking understated mystery, benevolent grittiness, and the fragile quietness that can occasionally occur in a densely populated area.
released March 20, 2020
Recorded at Sound Savers, Homerton, London
on 6th July 2018.
Ingrid Plum: voice, percussion, walkman, electronics.
Anton Mobin: prepared chamber.
Graham Dunning: turntable, dubplates, spring reverbs, objects.