Gilroy Mere / Oliver Cherer

Trading as Dollboy, Rhododendron, and Australian Testing Labs as well as his own name, Oliver Cherer has meandered his way through the backwaters of left of centre English folk, ambient and electronic music, issuing numerous albums of original music to much critical acclaim via highly regarded boutique labels such as Static Caravan, Second Language, Deep Distance, and Polytechnic Youth. He has released two albums for Clay Pipe under his Gilroy Mere moniker, 2017 Green Line a paean to the buses that once linked central London to country towns and 2020s Adlestrop - an album inspired by the Railway stations and the spaces they left behind, after they were closed by the Beeching cuts in the 1960s.