Episode 54: Sanguine Hum Interview

September 6, 2010 at 10:28 am (Uncategorized) (, , , , )

This is the 54rd edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show and the blog entry to accompany it. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN. This edition focuses on an interview with Matt Baber and Joff Winks who have been involved with various projects and bands, including Antique Seeking Nuns, Joff Winks Band, and Nunbient. The band line-up that made-up Antique Seeking Nuns & Joff Winks Band has now morphed into Sanguine Hum and we’ll be focusing on their forthcoming debut album ‘Diving Bell’. We’ll be talking to the guys about what they’ve been up to, what they’ve got planned, and hearing several tracks from the terrific ‘Diving Bell’. Below you’ll find the track list, plus weblinks from where you can find more information.

Total running time: 1 hour and 49 minutes. Downloaded file is 99.9 MB.

1. Active Life (3:23) – Chance: Risiko (Taken from the debut album ‘Sleep Talking’ ; see www.myspace.com/chancerisiko & production.altrock.it/)

2. Leave Us A Message (3:29) – Antique Seeking Nuns (Taken from the EP ‘Careful! It’s Tepid!’; see troopersforsound.com/ & www.cdbaby.com/cd/antiqueseekingnuns1)

3. It’s Pissing Don (live) (6:06) – Sanguine Hum (Taken from the live EP ‘Sanguine Hum play The Nuns’; see troopersforsound.com/catalogue/plays-the-nuns/)

Interview with Matt Baber & Joff Winks

4. No More Than We Deserve (5:08) – Sanguine Hum (Taken from the album Diving Bell’; see troopersforsound.com/)

5. The Ladder (3:56) – Sanguine Hum (Taken from the album Diving Bell’; see troopersforsound.com/)

6. Nothing Between Us (6:10) – Sanguine Hum (Taken from the album Diving Bell’; see troopersforsound.com/)

7. Diving Bell (5:46) – Sanguine Hum (Taken from the album Diving Bell’; see troopersforsound.com/)

8. Dark Ages (4:42) – Sanguine Hum (Taken from the album Diving Bell’; see troopersforsound.com/)

9. There’s No Hum (4:50) – Sanguine Hum (Taken from the album Diving Bell’; see troopersforsound.com/)

10.  The Otter Stream (Aila’s Song) (8:30) – Kimara Sajn (Taken from the album ‘Life Stories’; see www.precognitiverecords.com/ & www.myspace.com/precognitivemusic)

Enjoy! Thanks to Matt & Joff for coming over to the Eppy Gibbon studio for the interview. Send me comments if you like what you hear (or even if you don’t… feedback is so important!). If you’re having problems listening to the show then the easiest solution is to download it via podcatching software such as iTunes, or a download manager like DownThemAll! The next episode will see occasional guest presenters Daniel & Rebsie filling in for me – they’ll again be bringing their own unique take on Eppy Gibbon-style music, which will be different but as terrific as ever.



  1. John said,

    Hi Mr Gibbon,

    You may remember Artizan Quarter from last year, we were delighted with your support and appreciation for what we were up to.

    I was the guitarist and producer of that album, and have some material online that has been accumulating for years.

    I recently uploaded a complete album to:

    in addition to this I’ve a SoundClick site that has a whole range of things from covers to prog to pop…www.soundclick.com/johncordy

    I hope you find something you enjoy if you take the time to listen.

    Thanks for the support
    John Cordy

    • epilepticgibbon said,

      I still haven’t had much chance to listen yet but I will. Looking forward to it. :-)

  2. Tony Owen said,

    I’m a late joiner to the Epileptic Gibbon podcasts, but this is my favourite so far. Never heard of Antigue Seeking Nuns / Sanguine Hum / Joff Winks Band before and now love them. Thanks

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