Forward Into To ’22, Episode 1 – Guy Hatton: Harlequin Fields (Part 2) (2021)

Episode 1 of the move Forward Into ‘22 is the new single from Guy Hatton, which gives us a tiny advance glimpse of his next album (provisionally titled “Hanging On In A Hurricane”). This album is currently in production, and its release is anticipated in 2022.

All the Hatton hallmarks are here: the fluid, singing guitar lines, lush keyboard arrangement and enveloping orchestral layers.

Guy Hatton: Guitars, Keyboards and Programming.

Written by Guy Hatton, recorded at PANTECHNICON Labs, Rochester UK. Produced by Guy Hatton.

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“Guy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON” turns 10 today!

It’s incredible to think that it’s been ten years since we released this album, which as well as being Guy’s first full-length album as a leader, gave our label its name.

Thank you so much to everyone who took part in and supported the PANTECHNICON project, especially : Phil Meadows, Graham Clark, Dave Evans, Roger Inniss, Jose Williamson, Graham Young, Carole Eve Bell, Graham Chalmers, Helen Elliott, Emlyn Vaughan, Andee Birkett and Ellliot Galvin.

To celebrate the anniversary, we’re making the album available to even more listeners on Bandcamp by removing the minimum price, and allowing you to donate however much you feel is right or can afford.

Get the album from Bandcamp

It’s Anniversary Time!

It’s incredible to think that the very first PANTECHNICON Recordings release, the one that started it all and gave the label its name, turns ten years old on Sunday, September 5, 2021! We’re starting the celebration a couple of days early to coincide with Bandcamp Friday, where Bandcamp waive their fees, allowing artists extra benefit from sales. To give even more listeners access to the album “Guy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON”, we’re removing the fixed pricing and making it a “pay-as-you-feel” item, in line with the pricing policy we apply to all our other releases. If you haven’t already checked out this fine album featuring Guy Hatton (Guitar), Graham Clark (Violin), Phil Meadows (Saxophones), Dave Evans (Keyboards), Roger Inniss (Bass) and Jose Williamson (Drums), there’s never been a better time. Here’s the link:

Guy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON on Bandcamp

Bandcamp Friday runs from midnight to midnight Pacific Time on Friday September 3.

The Drive To ‘21, Episode 8: Guy Hatton – “Collected Works 2013-2018” (2021)

For the very first time, we’ve made Guy Hatton’s solo catalogue from 2013 to 2018 available on all the major streaming platforms. 22 tracks, with a running time of two hours and forty minutes, this compilation includes the EPs “Daylight” and “When The Moon Is Fat”, the mini-album “Switch On Your Electric Light”, the album “Feedback Alley” and the singles “Bad Hombres” b/w “”Lady Viola”, “Clockwork Dog” b/w “Aurelija Dub”, and “Nitrogen Neck” b/w “Hope You’re Doing Marvellously Well”.

The Drive To ‘21, Episode 8: Trailer for “Collected Works 2013-2018” by Guy Hatton

April 19 2021 sees the release of a huge chunk of Guy Hatton’s back catalogue to streaming platforms for the first time! Here’s a taster:

This compilation is exclusively for streaming services, making material previously released only on Bandcamp available to subscribers to Apple Music, Spotify etc. at last.

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The Drive To ’21, Episode 7 – bigEZ: Silent Hours (2021)

Episode 7 of the ongoing Drive To ‘21 is the final single in a series of three rediscovered tracks by Guy Hatton and Quentin Churchill’s band bigEZ, a rock/funk/soul project which was in force from approximately 1985 to 1994. In 2020, a number of unreleased recordings from this period were found in the archives, remastered and prepared to be launched publicly for the very first time. The other songs on this series are “Everything Under The Sun” and “Countless Ways”.

Quentin Churchill: Vocals
Debra Robson: Backing Vocals
Guy Hatton: Guitars, Keyboards and Programming.

Written by Guy Hatton and Quentin Churchill, recorded at Lion Studios, Leeds UK. Produced by Guy Hatton.

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