Published Mar 21, 2011Late last year, experimental powerhouse John Elliott (of Emeralds, Imaginary Softwoods and Outer Space, to name a few) reissued Glowing Net, a collaborative EP he released with Radio People's Sam Goldberg under the Mist moniker. Now, the duo have joined forces again for a new Mist full-length album called House, to be released by Elliott's Editions Mego offshoot Spectrum Spools this spring.
As the label explains, House is "a suite consisting of seven complex, layered compositions [showing] new progression in composition and melody from the duo... Tracks like 'P.M.' put a new take on the long-form Mist style with cryptic alien vocoder and humid pad sounds, while 'Mist House' and 'Dead Occasion' reveal new, complex territories that will most certainly please fans of the previous Mist recordings."
Spectral Spools will issue House as a limited-edition double LP on May 24 in North America, with the first copies being pressed on pink vinyl. A pre-order is available here, while album opener "Twin Lanes" can be downloaded here.
Alsong with Mist album, Spectrum Spools will also release a new record by Forma, also on May 24. You can pre-order that limited release here. These two records follow the recent label releases by Bee Mask and Fabric.
1. "Twin Lanes"
2. "I Can Still Hear Your Voice"
3. "Mist House"
5. "Dead Occasion"
6. "Ovary Stunts"