The second full-length release from Hiroshima-based Scots musician, filmmaker, and photographer PAUL KIRK (ex-ACTIVES, ex-TWISTED NERVE, ex-BIGSHOT) is an in-depth, electronic-based, audio/visual travelogue of late autumn through to early spring. Dark, brooding, occasionally menacing, deeply seductive, Unconfirmed Reports carries on the urban alienation and social exclusion first heard on AKATOMBO’s Trace Elements, released by Colin Newman's Swim label. By skimming the surface and trawling the dank underbelly, Kirk presents the daily minutiae of life in a large Japanese city in all its garish hues and faded glories. The DVDR contains three films with music from the album. Hand-numbered edition in oversized printed envelope, containing two photographic art-prints, two random newspaper cuttings.