quarter turns over a living line
blackest ever black
this duo's long awaited debut is a dark, apocalyptic masterpiece of submerged industrial ambience bolstered by jungle's rhythmic dynamism & doom metal's oppressive weight.
more immersive & oblique than ever, the swathes of cold melody & deeply atmospheric, sonic caliginosity is expertly blended with aspects of techno, modern composition & dub. joe andrews & tom halsted have looked increasingly to live instrumentation for their full-length, mounting intensive recording sessions for percussion, guitar & strings before painstakingly piecing the album together at their home studio. "constructs an elegy for a hollow present from the rubble of electronic music...they've made something deeply essential for the moment" - the wire.
- Passed Over Trail
- The Last Foundry
- Soil And Colts
- Exist In The Repeat Of Practice
- The Walker In Blast And Bottle
- Your Cast Will Tire
- The Dimming Of Road And Rights