September's release is Where the Streams Come From by Chris Goan, a collection of 3 poems/soundscapes. This was originally a project for Greenbelt festival this summer, following on from last year's Silent Pilgrimage (using radio signals to project poetry at specific locations). It was designed to surprise people with poetry. The plan was to use some ultrasonic speakers that work a bit like an audio spotlight.

Chris Goan is a poet based in Dunoon and Proost caught up with Chris following the creation of his latest release Where The Streams Come From.

Proost: Tell us how the idea for Streams came about.

Jon Birch has produced a series of three albums of reworked old Southern Gospel tunes - The Devil Don't Stand A Chance, Witness and This World's In A Hell of A Fix


Reverend Jon Birch so enjoyed finding the old gospel samples on the Devil Don't Stand A Chance album earlier this year that he has now produced a two more! So this month on Proost we bring you Witness and This World's In A Hell Of A Fix. Each album has nine tracks made from reworking old gospel samples that are now out of copyright from characters such as Blind Wille Davis and Blind Lemon Jefferson.

We've been waiting for this month to start for a few weeks bursting to share three - yes you read it correct THREE - new releases from Dubh. They have been playing on proost's playlist almost incessantly since we got them. If you are a subscriber this is all accessible as part of your subscription - a good month eh?!