Music

The Black Dog asks you to embrace the grey over the green with their EP

Four fresh concrete cuts from a promised future that we all deserve.

The Brutal Minimalism EP follows us on a journey across several sites in Yorkshire famous for their brutal architecture. The four rhythmic beat-driven tracks were all written on location while waiting for ideal lighting and the rain to stop. And let’s face it, it rains a lot in Yorkshire.

The tracks evolved over a number of weeks, produced within the architecture of the car parks, streets and nearby green spaces, all to find the distinct vibrations of the place. Sound samples were captured from the environment and banks of percussion, pads and tones were created for use throughout the pieces. Working within this architecture influenced the process and ultimately shaped the evolution of the tracks.

Here we present four slices from those sessions where we ask you to embrace the grey over the green.

Artist: The Black Dog
Title: Brutal Minimalism EP
Label: Dust Science Recordings
Format: Digital
CAT: DUSTDL096 & DUSTHD096
Date: January 28th

Tracklist

01. Form, Function And Friction
02. Corbusier Five Points
03. My Brutal Life Of If
04. WD23