you pad out into the garden with the chipped bowl you snuck from the kitchen. the sun has just risen and the grass is cold under foot, damp between your toes. you drop to your knees to pick berries, the tips of your fingers staining as you fill the bowl. you stand slowly and stretch when you hear the door open and shut behind you. she comes down the path with a mug in each hand and you smile, all wet feet and pink fingers in the morning light.

I’ve created a pair of playlists to listen to on those nights you’re feeling particularly witchy. I’ve named them “Evening” and “Night,” for the second is darker than the first, musically. Hope you enjoy!

This is Part 1.
(You can find Part 2, “Night: Moths,” here.)

The Mystic’s Dream
~ Loreena McKennitt
Rhiannon ~ Fleetwood Mac
How to Be Invisible ~ Kate Bush
Pagan Poetry ~ Björk
Sister Janet ~ Tori Amos
Pink Moon ~ Nick Drake
Godrevy Point ~ Patrick Wolf
Horse and I ~ Bat for Lashes
Take Me as I Am ~ October Project
Clowns ~ Goldfrapp
Freely ~ Devendra Banhart
shadowshow ~ iamamiwhoami


The Waves, Woolf Works, Ravi Deepres

“exhilarating and ravishingly expressive” 5 Stars, The Guardian

“Gillian Anderson reads Woolf’s suicide letter. Behind her, a huge photograph of waves slowly begins to move, Ravi Deepres’ video imagery gradually speeding up to become a tidal surge”

One of several film sequences created for Woolf Works based on the life and work of Virginia Woolf as inspiration, and in collaboration with Wayne McGregor and The Royal Ballet.

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