Fri, 6 November 2015
Growing up in Yorkshire, England, Findlay Brown played Army games in the woods with his friends. Once he'd reached his teenage years, he had his enlistment papers ready to go, but a chance encounter with LSD and a copy of Electric Ladyland changed his life forever. Over a beer in the backyard of Troost in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Brown tells this story and how other major events have inspired his three albums. He explains how his most recent record, Slow Light, came to be as a result of his forays into minimalism and shamanic ceremonies.