Been a big fan of Kemper Norton for more years than either of us would like to remember. Monday begins with a new Kemper Norton record, which you can click through to buy, or stream once or twice for free. Give it a go:
In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century the majority of the world’s arsenic was created in Cornwall and Devon.
The “ Oxland Cylinder “ was one of the methods used and was a revolving iron tube used to process and vapourise arsenic pyrites. None of these devices remain intact.
It’s gently melancholy, which is good for a rainy windy dark Monday out here on the Thames Delta.