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Founded in 2001 and originally intended as an online, on-demand, label selling uniquely packaged CDRs, in addition to establishing online stores for niche artists, Burning Shed quickly developed its own label range of fully packaged CDs and DVDs.

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Burning Shed CDRs 2004

Burning Shed CDRs are burnt to order and packaged in a stylish rubber stamped cardboard sleeve with card inlay.

darkroom - the dac mixes (cdr)

A collection of unreleased Darkroom explorations recorded at the
Digital/Analogue Cambridge Festival, 2001, and subsequently put through the mixing mangle by the talented likes of Bass Communion, Rhinoceros, Theo Travis and Centrozoon.

Also contains Butterfly 2, featuring a vocal contribution from Tim Bowness.

allan mostert - inside world (cdr)

Ex-Quintessence guitarist Allan Mostert makes his Burning Shed debut with his first album release since the 1970s.

Combining Jazz, World Music and Trance influences in a sensual and personal way, Inner World marks a welcome return to a unique talent.

'Timeless music.' - Rob Chapman (Uncut/MOJO)

europa string choir - marching ants (cdr)

Former DGM artists Europa String Choir make their Burning Shed debut with this collection of improvisations recorded while making the album 'Lemon Crash' and during the band's tours of Italy, Germany and the US.

Featuring Centrozoon's Markus Reuter and, on four tracks, celebrated 12-string guitarist Tony Geballe, Marching Ants is a charming, quirky and challenging addition to the ESC's respected catalogue.

michael peters - my2k (cdr)

German Ambient composer/guitarist Michael Peters follows his acclaimed Burning Shed debut album Streched Landscape with MY2K, an intriguing collage of improvisations, found sound and ambient experiments recorded daily during the year 2000.



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From inside world (cdr)

From marching ants (cdr)