Longform Editions imprint launches with releases from Caterina Barbieri, Lee Noble and more

New Australian imprint Longform Editions has self-launched itself as a platform which will be releasing digital music and showcasing art performances.

Longform Editions imprint is founded by Andrew Khedoori, Music Director of Sydney’s community radio station 2SER-FM, and label artist Mark Gowing, brought together to “foster and celebrate immersive listening experiences for the musically adventurous.” To celebrate the birth of the platform, the imprint has assigned a couple of artists to appear on the first batch of its releases such as Caterina Barbieri with Sogno Che Suona, Richard Youngs’ album Daybreak, Lee Noble’s modular synth piece Q, and more. Future releases on the label include Khedoori, Ahnnu, Yamaneko and more.

Listen to the label’s catalogue at their Bandcamp.