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Brick Reds, Black Mauves
Brick Reds, Black Mauves

I just luuurve that hollyhock. A shade of mauve so dark that it's almost black. It's the perfect cover art for something called Brick Reds, Black Mauves - a project which is, of course, Alex Ander one half of Scottish duo Dalhous (Blackest Ever Black). Here he makes a four-track EP of exuberant electronica and cinematic ambient with nods to both Demdike Stare and Boards of Canada.  

Young Hunting
A List of Indignities

Young Hunting you may recall released an excellent CD on their own Agenda label back in 2010, followed by The 'The Night Of The Burning' 12" EP on Blackest Ever Black. Young Hunting was Marc Dall and Alex Ander's project prior to abandoning it to pursue their electronic music as Dalhous, who went on to release three albums and a couple of EPs on Blackest Ever Black. We're not entirely sure if the Young Hunting project has been resurrected for this 7" on Ancient Methods Persephonic Sirens label, or if the two tracks have been dusted off from the archives. Regardless, if you have a penchant for deep, gothic, melancholic ambient then look no further.

Pye Corner Audio / Dalhous
Run for the Shadows EP

The Run For The Shadows EP is a split between Dalhous and Pye Audio Corner, each providing a pair of new tracks. Pye is orientated towards dark dancefloors, while Dalhous produce real songs. Though both artists, it must be said, have an incredible ear for textures you could almost reach out and touch. The 12” is released by Lapsus Records.
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The Composite Moods Collection Vol. 1: House Number 44

Dalhous are back on Blackest Ever Black and as melancholy as usual. The Composite Moods Collection Vol. 1: House Number 44 on double vinyl LP deals with the idea of how people live together closely for long periods of time. This is expressed musically with longform drones, degraded samples and intimate synthesizer passages.

Perc, Matthew Herbert, Dalhous and Steven Porter
Replay EP