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From The Penman Press by Paul Kendall is nothing short of beautiful. Housed in a minimalist brown cardboard box with simple lettering, this is a work of art – a statement – even before you’ve prised off the lid. Inside, you’ll find unique hand printed A5 images, all monochrome and appealingly spartan, each representing a painstaking letterpress experiment by Kendall. It’s like looking at what Bridget Riley might have delivered had she focussed on designs for abstract architecture instead of headache-inducing artistic mindfuckery
A few weeks ago Paul Kendall showed us his 10 favourite studio tools, today we can finally announce that there is a new release coming from the PK studio as well: the From The Penman Press boxset. Paul Kendall explained us in a chat how this new release came to birth. PK: I am more of an eminist miserabalist than I was before, must be something to do with the ageing process. I have done no sound work for 3rd parties since last October and I feel good. Also in the box is a re-imaging on CD of Kendall’s Angleterror album. Paul: From its digital only release in 2011 I have adjusted some things which time has allowed me to improve, but the real source of happiness for me is having the album properly mastered and a further layer of aural excitement brought into focus by producer AGF.
Paul Kendall is a composer, producer and visual artist, primarily known as a sound engineer, mixer, mainly through his extensive career at Mute Records and his collaborations with Alan Wilder of Recoil. Born in 1954, falling between the two moments of hippy and punk found himself stuck firmly in glam. The early years were informed by the space race and the otherworldly sound of Joe Meek.
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Paul Kendall has re-envisioned his 2011 album ‘Angleterror’ in physical form, he’s given us a series of stymieing images to contend with and also has seen fit to have ‘Angleterror’ given an extra layer of sheen thanks to it’s being put on compact disc. If you missed what he offered the first time around here’s your chance to take home the director’s cut. I wouldn’t presume to know why he chose to do this, I can’t say that I am surprised though. That there are only 100 copies is par for the course, you didn’t think he’d make any aspect of this eas. id you? Paul Kendall – From the Penman Press Cat Werk Imprint, CW10 Box set 2016. From The Penman Press’ Paul Kendall from Cat Werk Imprint on Vimeo.
"Paul Kendall announces boxset 'From The Penman Press'". Retrieved 30 July 2016. "Paul Kendall (Recoil, Nitzer Ebb, Depeche Mode. shows us his 10 favourite studio tools". In 1936 Kendall graduated from the Command & General Staff College, in the early 1940s he served in a staff assignment at the Office of the Chief of Staff in Washington, D. C. At the start of World War II Kendall was assigned as Chief of Staff of the 85th Infantry Division and he then served as Assistant Division Commander of the. 84th Infantry Division, receiving promotion to Brigadier General
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