LTCo presents the debut release, Never Force A Left Handed Child To Use Their Right Hand, by solo artist Andrew Dewar Ainslie, a versatile UK-based composer given to creating atmospheric music from textures, tones and gentle oscillations with a somewhat melancholic or reflective slant under this particular moniker. Comprising three songs, ‘Manifesto’, ‘Wild Strawberries’ and the side long title track, it adds up to over 30 minutes of music plus features the late Jhonn Balance on the piece ‘Manifesto’, delivering a rarely heard reading of the Coil manifesto which was first broadcast on Holland’s VPRO station (the inclusion of which was firmly endorsed by the late Peter 'Sleazy' Christopherson). The release was set to appear during early 2011 but was delayed due to a number of reasons (one being that the records were delivered in April in damaged sleeves that needed reprinting/replacing). It will finally appear during June 2011 and is strictly limited to 300 only. The first 50 include additional CDR and an assortment of signed and hand-numbered inserts. The remaining 250 will randomly include some extras. It has hoped there will be another Glass Out release at a later date.
A Brief History of Glass Out:
GLASS OUT is the solo project of Andrew Dewar Ainslie.
1977- Born in Berkshire England.
1992- Started making music.
2000-2001 Played guitar for notorious punk band Duma Yarma.
2008- Started recording music thanks to the encouragement and support of Peter Christopherson.
2009- Provided a song for the film "In The Way" by Mark Watts, a documentary about his father; the spiritual entertainer Alan Watts. Recorded a yet to be released song with Sion Orgon (whose last CD was also released by LTCo).
2010- Collaborated on several pieces of music with San Francisco based band Khamsa Khala for as yet untitled project. Contributed several album reviews for the online version of Adverse Effect magazine.
2011- Debut record 'Never Force A Left Handed Child To Use Their Right Hand' is released on Lumberton Trading Company.