Dalhous to perform at The Long Now, share ‘End Of Each Analysis’   

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March 2016 sees the arrival of a new album by Dalhous, The Composite Moods Collection Vol.1: House Number 44, the first of a new trilogy of releases from Marc Dall’s Edinburgh-based project. Following initial taster ‘Methods of Élan’, you can now listen to another song taken from the forthcoming LP, ‘End Of Each Analysis’.

Dalhous will be performing live as part of The Long Now, a special event curated Berno Odo Polzer, Laurens von Oswald and Harry Glass in association with the Berlin Festspiele. It takes place at the formidable Kraftwerk venue – home also to the Berlin Atonal festival. Dall and longtime co-conspirator Alex Ander will play an extended 90-minute set, on a bill that also includes Moritz von Oswald & Rashad Becker (premiering their new collaborative work, fathom), Dan Vincente (Acronym), and Manuel Nawri conducting a performance of John Cage’s 1992 work Fifty-Eight. More information and tickets can be found here.