Bleak House is another name of ours. After a few folk-pop gigs between 2001-4, the Bleak House output settled into soundtrack territory, with patterns folding around each other and subtle mutations. It’s the grainy sepia to Keshco’s saturated technicolor.
Although we’ve recorded a lot, the first release was “Music From The Middle Room” in 2011, mainly recorded in 2006 on holiday in Devon. It’s available here: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Bleak_House/Music_From_The_Middle_Room/ and is bring released on limited edition cassette (100 copies) as part of Cassette Store Day 2014 in the UK.
Many film-makers have used these tracks as accompaniment for their visuals, something we’re very chuffed by. The tracks are released with Creative Commons licensing, so you can do the same.