Rivulets – Stray Songs: 2000-2010

A quick follow up for now to this recent post, just to mention that this compilation was released yesterday. Pretty much perfect timing for me as I’ve been quite keen to explore this music in greater depth; with the collection spanning ten years I couldn’t ask for a better way to do so.

Comprised of singles, live versions, alternate takes, covers and tracks featured on various compilations, Stray Songs contains a total of 27 tracks – really quite the perfect thing for anyone looking to find out what I’m making a fuss about, as well as offering plenty for those that have known all along.

It’s a digital only, self-release, so please do yourself, the artist, and the world a favour by heading over to any of the following stores to purchase a copy; then tell everyone you know how great it is – it might just be the only way they’ll ever know.




For those interested in the tracklisting:

  1. I Told Jesus Christ How Much I Love Her
  2. Brownies
  3. Lazarus
  4. Broken Hearted Wine
  5. You’re Always Going Away
  6. Keep You From Harm
  7. Waited For You (live)
  8. Can’t I Wonder (solo)
  9. Painbirds
  10. Birds For Ellen
  11. Anymore
  12. Sung
  13. You Will Miss Me When I Burn
  14. To Be Home
  15. Waited For You (solo)
  16. Shakes (live)
  17. Holocaust (live)
  18. Blue Moon
  19. The Sunsets Can Be Beautiful (alternate)
  20. Your Light and How It Shined (micro)
  21. In Dream
  22. In An Aarctika Womb
  23. Will You Be There (demo)
  24. Medication
  25. The Sunsets Can Be Beautiful (micro)
  26. Barrelling Towards Nowhere Like There’s No Tomorrow (live)
  27. This Christmas

That’s just over 140 minutes of some purely beautiful music, and more than worth the humble price. Get into it!



About Satellite for Entropy

My thoughts are fish, all swimming about and prone to scattering swiftly. Some of them are pretty but not all of them are gold. Some have teeth; some travel in gangs and with a single school of thought; some are haphazard loners, darting about the place randomly and to no obvious purpose. But they're all slippery little suckers. Sometimes, I get lucky and find myself with a good grasp on one, long enough to remember what it looks like before releasing it back into the wild. View all posts by Satellite for Entropy

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