Tuesday, 1 October 2013
Thursday 19th September saw the official release of the book 'Tales from the Black Meadow' at what seemed like a secret gathering at Reading Central Library.
The book, written by fellow Soulless Party collaborator Chris Lambert, is a haunting tome which ably gathers together the fascinating historical stories and ancient tales discovered by Professor Roger Mullins - an obsessive of the Black Meadow.
Why not read the tales with a copy of your 'Tales from the Black Meadow' CD? It could surely add to an all round sonic experience for you.
Don't forget both book and CD are on sale now.
You can buy the book from Amazon here and the 25 track double CD is still available here
Wednesday, 21 August 2013
Monday, 12 August 2013
When Professor Mullins disappeared whilst exploring Black Meadow in 1972 the files were closed. Under the Freedom of Information Act the public are now allowed access to these files. Over the next few years we will be sifting through and publishing pertinent information on one of the greatest cover-ups of the 20th century.
Now you can keep abreast with Mullins' findings by following this official Brightwater Archive site
Monday, 1 April 2013
The New Soulless Party album has arrived... There's no song and dance here. No build up. This will be an ongoing and expanding series.. There will also be a book entitled 'Tales from the Black Meadow' which will be following shortly. Feel free to enter in to this world of recently discovered folklore, myth and wonder.. Listen at first, then decide if you want to know more..
Monday, 17 September 2012
Monday, 23 July 2012
NOTICE: Work continues apace with the gathering and collating of various pieces surrounding the mystery of the Black Meadow.. We can only post our findings in a limited fashion presently i'm afraid. We apologise for the prolonged spell's of silence on this matter.. The Mullins estate has instructed that we don't release full details until all work has been completed.. Until that time, here is another rare finding from the Mullin's archives for now..