Michael Cashmore

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Michael Cashmore is an English composer and musician currently living in Berlin. He has created music under the name of Nature And Organisation since the early '80s and more recently (2006) under his own name.[1]

Michael Cashmore

Cashmore has also been a member of the group Current 93 since the late 1980s and composed the majority of the music for the group since joining. He has collaborated with many artists including David Tibet, Antony and the Johnsons, Bill Fay, Marc Almond, Nick Cave, Rose McDowall, and Steven Stapleton.

After moving to Berlin in 2004 Cashmore broke several years of silence by releasing his first solo CD Sleep England in May 2006.

Early 2007 saw the release of The Snow Abides, a mini album containing a collection of songs that feature vocals by Antony Hegarty of Antony and the Johnsons.[2]

In April 2008 Cashmore released a two-track EP with Marc Almond titled Gabriel and the Lunatic Lover which sets two poems "Gabriel" and "The Lunatic Lover" by Count Stenbock to music. Marc Almond appeared as a guest of Current 93 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London on 21 June 2008 and performed these songs with Cashmore on guitar. These two songs later appeared on a collaborative album by Marc Almond and Michael Cashmore in 2011 called Feasting With Panthers.

In 2017 Cashmore reissued published and unpublished works by the group Nature And Organisation on a double CD and a series of 4 vinyl records with the German label Trisol Music Group GmbH. In the same year Cashmore released an electronic / experimental white vinyl EP under his own name with artist Shaltmira to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the founding of the label. [3]

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Michael Cashmore Official (Facebook) https://www.facebook.com/Michael-Cashmore-official-240162609329547/