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Artist
The Black Dog
ReleaseProduct
Brutal Five To One Mix V2
Label
Dust Science
Catalogue Number
dustdl108
Release Date
August 5, 2022

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A mixtape of enigmatic, atmospheric electronics from pioneering UK group The Black Dog. The release sees them delving into their foundational influences, pulling inspiration from ambient and experimental music. Informed by the brutalist architecture of their hometown Sheffield, the release is easy to file next to the work of Pole or Jóhann Jóhannsson's soundtrack to Last And First Men - that depicted architecture from the former Yugoslav republics against an equally haunting score. Tracks like 'Nighthawks' and 'Form, Function and Friction' using weathered and decayed samples buried under layers of distortion reflecting the concrete buildings gradual deteriorating through time.

Digital Tracklist

  1. 1 Try Pod [Mixed] (Unreleased) 1:46 Buy

    Try Pod [Mixed] (Unreleased)

  2. 2 My Life Is Bracketed [Mixed] 1:20 Buy

    My Life Is Bracketed [Mixed]

  3. 3 Nighthawks [Mixed] (Early Demo) 3:36 Buy

    Nighthawks [Mixed] (Early Demo)

  4. 4 Form, Function and Friction [Mixed] (Reworked) 4:48 Buy

    Form, Function and Friction [Mixed] (Reworked)

  5. 5 Death Of The Brown Cow [Mixed] (Re-Edit) 2:55 Buy

    Death Of The Brown Cow [Mixed] (Re-Edit)

  6. 6 SD Kard [Mixed] (Unreleased Demo) 3:15 Buy

    SD Kard [Mixed] (Unreleased Demo)

  7. 7 Sony 7IV [Mixed] 3:58 Buy

    Sony 7IV [Mixed]

  8. 8 Isolation [Mixed] (Unreleased) 2:42 Buy

    Isolation [Mixed] (Unreleased)

  9. 9 Depth Of Future [Mixed] (Early Demo) 2:14 Buy

    Depth Of Future [Mixed] (Early Demo)

  10. 10 Autohoaxer [Mixed] 3:09 Buy

    Autohoaxer [Mixed]

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