LOCKDOWN LIVE SESSION #8: worriedaboutsatan 3

LOCKDOWN LIVE SESSION #8: worriedaboutsatan

In our latest Lockdown Live session, worredaboutsatan’s Gavin Miller performs a 12-minute slice of reverb drenched but ultimately soothing improvisation. Watch this unique performance exclusively below.

Worriedaboutsatan formed in 2005 by Gavin Miller and Thomas Ragdale at Leeds College of Music. After releasing three albums as a duo, Ragdale left the band 2019 to concentrate on his (excellent) solo records, after which it became the sole focus of Miller. Leaning heavily towards electronic flecked post-rock on their early records, Miller’s solo version of the band has seen him become a forerunner in the trend of beat-driven, techno infused ambient.

The improvisation performed for God is in the TV sees Miller embrace his inner John Gregory and bring out some classic elements of worriedaboutsatan’s sound. Guitar’s that rattle ribcages bend and weave across the 12 minutes until they eventually seem to smooth – emitting a gentle glow of harmony.

Worriedaboutsatan’s latest record is called Time Lapse and is released on 08/05/20 on n5MD records.

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God is in the TV is an online music and culture fanzine founded in Cardiff by the editor Bill Cummings in 2003. GIITTV Bill has developed the site with the aid of a team of sub-editors and writers from across Britain, covering a wide range of music from unsigned and independent artists to major releases.