• BEB029

Dalhous - Visibility Is A Trap

Blackest Ever Black

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Brilliant release once again, Dalhous on Blackest Ever -

Following on from the chest-crushingly good Killing Sound 2 x 12",  Scottish duo Marc Dall and Alex Ander, collectively known as 'Dalhous' make up the next issue on Blackest Ever Black.

Taking further steps from where they left off with their debut album 'An Ambassador For Laing' Dalhous take a left-turn with their new EP... it's an outstanding piece of work, truly well considered and masterfully executed.
Dooming, but never in a depressing way, the songs sway in eloquent shape and form, dense yet elevated, like an all encompassing mist of frequency and emotion.
According to the label the EP reflects writer-producer Marc Dall's continued interest in the language and imagery of self-help, R.D. Laing and the anti-psychiatry movement...
Musically conjuring images of deep introspection and meditative states, yet there is a certain retrospective feel to the music, at times even bringing to mind an eerie score to an early 90's Steven Seagal film... which is definitely not a bad thing.

This set of tracks feels most comfortable listened to in succession, the lines between the tracks blur like a string of long forgotten thoughts.
Cut into the grooves of the second side of this 12", we are shaken into new realms with an outstandingly good, full-length Regis Version of 'He Was And Belonged With Humans'....

It's a heady journey through the inner reaches of consciousness, wonderfully captivating, never boring -

A fine release, well recommended.

Mastered by Matt Colton at Alchemy, London.
Artwork by Marc Dall.
Layout by Oliver Smith. 

A1. Active Discovering
A2. Information Is Forever
A3. Sight Of Hirta
A4. A Change Of Attitude
B1. He Was Human And Belonged With Humans (Regis Version)

Active Discovering / Information Is Forever

Sight Of Hirta

A Change Of Attitude

He Was Human And Belonged With Humans (Regis Version)