Tom has recently finished composing music for a new film released in October directed by ‘Alistair Lee’. The film stars ‘Leo Holding’ on a journey to make a first accent on sacred mountain ‘Cerro Autana’ deep in the Amazon jungle. Its a fantastic film well worth watching.
Mountain Folk – Don’t Go Down There – Release date 28th May 20212
Mountain Folk is a new project on Jack to Phono Records with René Kirkegaard and Tom Eno. René is a DJ/ Producer based in Aarhus , Denmark. In 1997 René set up the record shop Dezigner Soundz which quickly became a focal point for vinyl crazy Aarhus DJs. It quickly established itself and had DJ Static running the hip hop section whilst René took care of electronica and house music. René and Tom were introduced in 2011 and started to fire ideas across the North Sea.
Tom has been busy recording acoustic material for his 2 studio albums to date and wanted to work on more electronic based project. He has recently received airplay from Steve Lamacq, Don Letts and Rob Da Bank. Once the track was finished Tom and René met for the second time in Wales and have recently started recording an album together. The project has been shared with Alastair Lee a film maker, he was so impressed by the track he used it in his recent film Moonflower. He was then also generous enough to release footage from Alaska for the video which will accompany the release. There are also 2 luminaries of the music world Ashley Beedle (Afrikanz on Marz) and Sundogs (Tactical Hots Records) who have remixed the track for the 12-inch release. The track has also been played on Danish National Radio in recent weeks. Tom makes his singing debut on the track and the mix of blend of the guitar style meeting René’s electronic world make the sound unique on JTP.
The album is in production and will follow later in 2012.