Brand new full length from Tim Holehouse, the follow up to " the Howls at Midnight".

The album incorproarates a host of ideas and this time with a full backing band in the area. The sound is fuller and bolder with crashing drums, droning guitars and electronic beats all combine to create a progressive master piece fusing elements of post rock, psychedelic and noise. 


1     Monster         2.58
2     Swollen Black         12.11
3     Harmony & True         4:05
4     Requiem         2:00
5     this song has no title         5:11
6     Red/Black         13:53

CD £7.49 DPRC07

CD on Dead Pilot edition of 500 in blackest of black digipacks.

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In Search of The Binary Star by Timothy C Holehouse
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8/10 Brian 28 October 2010

More guitar-orientated improvisation from this guy. I like the cosmic sleeve, feel like i'm gonna get sucked right in to that fat baby. Starting off woozy and dense with a kind of slow kosmische post-rock vibe, lolloping into the realms of spectral spooked-folk with an ambient-drone undercurrent that then develops a subtle percussive element before diving off a small cliff into a pit of chanting satanists. Or something! Phew! Cannot pigeonhole(house) this guy's stuff which i'm really glad of. The press says post-rock & psychedelia of which there's certainly strong shades of, especially as the longer songs develop & progress. It does also seem to fall into the Neo-folk category but there's many other wonderfully disparate elements throughout, woven together in a free-flowing manner to create a really interesting journey. I'd like to properly hear this CD at a louder volume so I can glean more from its undoubted aural riches.


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