Lines of Silence is the alias of British instrumentalist David Little (previously known as Smallhaus). Lines of Silence's largely improvised music draws on influences across the decades, from kosmische, space rock, progressive and ambient to noise rock and drone music - to create a contemporary take on psychedelia, mixed in with reverence for the natural world. Stations of the Sun is an edited collection of recordings originally made and released on the dates of the Solstices and Equinoxes between 2020-21, marking the turn of the seasons. The four tracks here were edited together from improvisations on digital and analog synthesisers, mixed in with electric and bass guitars and percussion. Starting with the Winter Solstice (And Nature Shall Regain Her Rightful Place) and moving through to the Autumn Equinox (The Conscious Earth), these long form soundscapes reflect not only on the change of the seasons but also on our relationship with the natural world and what might really be happening in the ground beneath us. Gatefold digipak CD format. Recommended if you like: The Orb, System 7, Fripp and Eno, Amon Düül.