NEW ALBUM Echolocation: Resonate From Here – Out 30/06/23

ECHOLOCATION: Resonate From Here – Various Artists
Out on 30.6.23. (Brawl Records)
A mix of duos, remixes and re-workings by an incredible array of artists all using as a starting point new material by Laura Cannell. 

The 12 track album is of no fixed genre, the artists are at the core, and the thread is Cannell’s music. Alongside Laura Cannell it features an incredible line up of UK, USA and Ireland based musicians: 

Gazelle Twin, Kathryn Tickell OBE, Lori Goldston (Earth/Nirvana), Nik Colk Void (Factory Floor/Carter/Tutti/Void), Rakhi Singh (Manchester Collective/Vessel) and Kate Ellis (Crash Ensemble & currently touring with Bono).

Echolocation: Resonate From Here comes out on 30th June 2023. Ltd Edition CD and Downloads available from and on all streaming and DL platforms.

Spring Update, New Releases & A bit behind with Posting!

There have been things brewing under the surface, taking root, growing and flourishing.

Today I am very happy to announce that I’ve been awarded the Arts Council’s DYCP Grant (Developing Your Creative Practice). This is to enable me to work on a very exciting new solo project/release.

  1. I have a new solo EP out on Friday 31st March 2023 – NO SOUND IS LOST – Laura Cannell
  2. My alter ego HUNTERESS has her 2nd album of Moonlit Synth pop Torch Songs out on 21st April 2023 on Brawl Records. Read about it on BOOMKAT here
  3. Echolocation: Resonate From Here will be announced and released early summer which an incredible line up of composers. Sign up to the Brawl Records Community

New Christmas Rituals – Album by Laura Cannell & André Bosman

An alternative Christmas soundtrack from Laura Cannell & André Bosman – Out now on Brawl Records CD & Digital Download (Ltd edition of 175 CDs available from Brawl). You can also order, stream & download from all good record shops.

NEW CHRISTMAS RITUALS is a set of 9 tracks from UK based musicians Laura Cannell and André Bosman. The album features Cannell’s signature Overbow violin and Bosman’s amplified fiddle with rebec bow and bass guitar.

“As we retreat into our winter burrows, we hear the echoes of distant carols sung behind thick flint walls, fog coated familiar tunes weave through branches across the churchyard. 

In the darkest days the voices of the past visit, in the lightest they encourage us to make new rituals. The traditions of wintertide and solstice intertwine, as we take the songs without oppression, the melodies without restriction and create New Christmas Rituals.