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"Teeming with disorienting organic details and often taking surreal detours, Rewilding possesses a rare, meandering beauty."

https://youtu.be/NEq5CBb0yks

Target Archery featured on the wonderful Australian blog Eucalypt.

https://eucalyptmusic.com/blog/inflorescence23

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New Target Archery video and stream!


'Soujourn' is the 2nd single to be lifted from the forthcoming debut album, "Clock of the Long Now", by Perth-based instrumental pop outfit Target Archery (the solo project of Ambrose Nock of Perth’s sun-dappled musical instrumentalists Apricot Rail). The album sees release on the 2/10/17 in digital and vinyl formats. More on Target Archery here - https://www.hiddenshoal.com/project/target-archery/


Music video by Chad Peacock (Peacock Visuals) - http://www.peacockvisuals.com/


“The might of, I dunno, Mogwai is still there, but the charm of Múm is also present. They paint mountains in broad strokes but afterwards they take time to put in Sherpas and goats partying on the cliff face.” – Love Is My Velocity on Apricot Rail


https://youtu.be/nxWbMue3Qrc

New Summon the Birds single premiered on The Big Takeover!


http://bigtakeover.com/news/song-premiere-funeral-for-a-king-by-summon-the-birds

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We’re excited to share the new Rewilding single and music video ‘High Desert’, taken from the forthcoming self-titled debut album (17/10/17). Rewilding is the solo project of New Jersey-based musician and producer Jake McFee (Connected View). Check out the video on YouTube and stream the single at SoundCloud.

Teeming with disorienting organic details and often taking surreal detours, Rewilding possesses a rare, meandering beauty. While the album’s precedents are clear – Fridge, Pram, Broadcast – the personality and texture of these instrumental miniatures is unique and disarming. Instrumental pop is rarely so approachable and beguiling. With each track seemingly inspired by a specific environment, creature or atmosphere, there’s a natural, evocative ecology at work in the album as a whole. From the dry expanses of single ‘High Desert’ via the warbling analogue tones of ‘Under Water Footage’ through to the melancholic slow-motion motorik of ‘Lonesome Briar Patch’, this instrumental journey is a deeply felt ride.

https://youtu.be/NEq5CBb0yks

Fantastic interview with Liminal Drifter on RTRFM. Lots of wonderful insights into "The Night Train Vacancies" and much more. Dig it!

http://rtrfm.com.au/story/42499/

Wonderful review of the new Summon the Birds single at the ever wonderful [sic] Magazine.

http://www.sicmagazine.net/12009/summon-the-birds-london-tap-water-single/

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Happy days my friends as we have the new Target Archery single for your aural delectation. The gorgeous, expansive ambient pop of ‘Opium Den’ is taken from the forthcoming full length debut Clock of the Long Now (2nd Oct 2017). The track is available as a free download via the Target Archery Bandcamp and also for streaming over at SoundCloud.

Following on from his work with Perth’s sun-dappled musical instrumentalists Apricot Rail, Ambrose Nock explores the fertile realm of delicate, experimental post-pop with his new project Target Archery. Featuring contributions from Apricot Rail members Justin Manzano (production and instrumentation) and Jack Quirk (guitars), Clock of the Long Now was crafted in an isolated studio in rural Western Australia over a period of three years. Across 40 blissful minutes, Target Archery weave a suite of glimmering musical tapestries that expand beyond the borders of conventional guitar pop.

As with all Hidden Shoal releases, Target Archery’s music is available for licensing (film, tv, games, compilations). Contact Hidden Shoal for more info.

https://soundcloud.com/hidden_shoal/target-archery-opium-den

We’re super excited to announce the signing of Target Archery, the newest project of Ambrose Nock, to the Hidden Shoal family. Following on from his work with Perth’s sun-dappled musical instrumentalists Apricot Rail, Ambrose Nock explores the fertile realm of delicate, experimental post-pop with his new project Target Archery. Influenced by the likes of Sound Dust-era Stereolab, left-of-centre indie-pop bands such as Lacto-Ovo, The Go! Team and Ninetynine, and a dash of late ’80s Sonic Youth, Target Archery mine an inspiring new seam of life-affirming melodies and instrumental texture.

Crafted in an isolated studio in rural Western Australia over a period of three years, debut release Clock of the Long Now is an exploration of delicate, experimental post-pop. The album features contributions from Apricot Rail members Justin Manzano (production and instrumentation) and Jack Quirk (guitars). The album will see release on the 2nd of October with the first single dropping on the 4th of September.

http://www.hiddenshoal.com/target-archery-joins-the-hidden-shoal-family/
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