Andrew Howie releases a mini-album, ‘Micronations’.

The eight track collection consists of songs written between 2014 and 2018 about “family, domesticity, failing memory, and the indifference of nature”.

Originally written on acoustic guitar and piano, Howie decided to make the creative process more interesting challenging, by limiting himself to just an Alesis Micron synthesizer.

The release is available as a download as well as CD, via his own Autoclave label – the same imprint that he has used for most of his releases under his own name as well as his previous moniker Calamateur.

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