The Dark Science

by Dementio13

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Sinister Lancashire towns; dark enclosed Welsh Valleys; the deepest corners of Cumbria; a quarry; empty factories; dark country roads; a flickering TV; the silence and stillness of the winter.

Read more of Janice D. Soderling's work at poetrystorehouse.com/2014/07/27/janice-soderling-poems/

Vocals and projects by Marie Craven: pixieguts.com/musicography.html

REVIEWS:

"It is a predominantly melancholy work, but it is rich and varied, skilfully crafted as always, and satisfies on many levels."
OliverArditti.com
oliverarditi.com/2016/03/01/various-artists-album-roundup-038/

"We like Dementio13. Paul Foster makes some inventive electronica which draws you in and lately he's been getting better and better. The latest album, The Dark Science, is, we think, among his best work."
In Bed With Maradona Blog
inbedwithmaradona.com/division/2015/10/3/giving-it-up-when-ibwm-met-dementio13

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released August 28, 2015

Paul Foster.
Except: 'Fissures (feat. Marie Craven)' - Paul Foster/Janice D. Soderling/Marie Craven.

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New Dementio13 album, 'Broxen' to be released on 5th Nov.
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Track Name: Fissures (feat. Marie Craven)
"At owl-light I follow the long stone wall

through quickening green where nettles sprawl.

My thoughts are not busy with you at all.

Or the curlew crying.



Little is left of the rough-edged chill,

only clear rivulets surging downhill

where the lake’s ice cover breaks sharp and shrill.

Like the curlew crying.



Too early for coltsfoot. Too late for all-heal.

Cranes bugle and lift. Larks spiral and peal.

There’s nothing can comfort the rending I feel.

And the curlew crying."

'Fissures' by Janice D. Soderling