Sizewell is a collaborative multi-media project by Oliver Cherer and Robin Saville.
The artists visited the power stations, made field recordings and produced music inspired by their experiences and the atmosphere of the site.
Although split into two long tracks - Sizewell A and Sizewell B - the album is varied in tone and approach. Field recordings and ambient music rub shoulders with folk guitar and electronics. Alternately ominous and euphoric, it's an evocative record of this strange feature of the Suffolk coastline.
The album is released in an edition of 150 copies, on two-tone blue and white cassette, with an A5 photozine. This includes photographs from the site, an essay by the artists and a link to the 19-minute Sizewell film.
For a five-minute preview of the album, go here:
Robin Saville is best known as one half of the revered electronic duo ISAN, as well as for his own solo electronic recordings, including 2013's Public Flowers.
Oliver has recorded as Gilroy Mere and Dollboy for various labels (including the very first release on Modern Aviation) and under his own name for this year's highly-acclaimed I Feel Nothing Most Days.
Sizewell is the fifth release on Modern Aviation, following well-received tapes by Agathe Max, The All Golden and Dollboy, as well as the Present At The Terminal compilation.
As ever, the cover is by artist Sarah Batchelor.