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Sholto Dobie & Mark Harwood // The Blue Horse CD

Sholto Dobie & Mark Harwood // The Blue Horse CD

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Based in LondonA co-produced CD by Sholto Dobie and Mark Harwood, who presides over the penalty press.Includes XNUMX songs of noise dronescape.It is a digipak specification.

 

The Blue Horse is a beautiful strange journey through a landscape where little is familiar but all are welcome. Made from predominantly acoustic sources, The Blue Horse gracefully hisses, puffs, wheezes, whirls, and clunks it's way through a series of distinct musical and non musical environments. Sounding both at times like a dark and stormy night… and “an elephant trying to get laid”, the ambiguous style of The Blue Horse conceals the artists' unsettling, fantastical and quietly humorous sensibility.

Whilst The Blue Horse lacks any obvious precursors, it's elemental and environmental leanings potentially tread a path initially mapped out by Moniek Darge and Godfried-Willem Raes in the works coming out of the Logos Foundation in Ghent, Belgium in the mid 80's.

The Blue Horse is the debut recording from Sholto Dobie and Mark Harwood and features a guest appearance from cellist Judith Hamann.

artist: Sholto Dobie & Mark Harwood

label: penultimate press

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Based in LondonA co-produced CD by Sholto Dobie and Mark Harwood, who presides over the penalty press.Includes XNUMX songs of noise dronescape.It is a digipak specification.

 

The Blue Horse is a beautiful strange journey through a landscape where little is familiar but all are welcome. Made from predominantly acoustic sources, The Blue Horse gracefully hisses, puffs, wheezes, whirls, and clunks it's way through a series of distinct musical and non musical environments. Sounding both at times like a dark and stormy night… and “an elephant trying to get laid”, the ambiguous style of The Blue Horse conceals the artists' unsettling, fantastical and quietly humorous sensibility.

Whilst The Blue Horse lacks any obvious precursors, it's elemental and environmental leanings potentially tread a path initially mapped out by Moniek Darge and Godfried-Willem Raes in the works coming out of the Logos Foundation in Ghent, Belgium in the mid 80's.

The Blue Horse is the debut recording from Sholto Dobie and Mark Harwood and features a guest appearance from cellist Judith Hamann.

artist: Sholto Dobie & Mark Harwood

label: penultimate press