LONE - Always Inside Your Head - 2LP - Vinyl

Label: Greco Roman SKU: 15777 Catalogue ID: GREC090 Format: Vinyl
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LONE - Always Inside Your Head - 2LP - Vinyl

LONE - Always Inside Your Head - 2LP - Vinyl



LABEL: Greco Roman


BARCODE: 5060913702250



Hidden By Horizons
Echo Paths
Visited By Astronauts
Mouth Of God
Tree For Tree
Coming Into Being And Passing Away

LONE – Always Inside Your Head

2LP – Black Vinyl
(Housed in a Gatefold Sleeve)

The Nottingham-raised and highly-praised musician/DJ/producer Matt Cutler, AKA Lone, presents his 8th album – and first in 5 years – Always Inside Your Head. It marks two major changes, with both a new label and new approach – featuring vocalists for the first time.

This deeply textural and ethereal artwork is situated high above the clouds, amidst the heavens, occupying a stratospheric state where swathes of synthesized vapour and azure rays sound like a literal breath of fresh air.

A varied selection of music influenced the record, but two main influences were Cocteau Twins and My Bloody Valentine. “I wanted to approach a range of different styles, but attack them from their angle in a way, so for example on Inlove2 I tried to imagine what a Balearic / acid house tune might sound like if it were produced by Kevin Shields”, comments Lone.

In addition to the above, the LP exists somewhere between trip hop on Mo’ Wax, 90s Warp, intelligent drum and bass and ambient house. There are heavier forays too, like Mouth Of God, where darker clouds emerge, but are pierced like acid lightning with fierce, tearing tech-step bass.

Although still firmly rooted in club culture – here Lone shows a definite leaning towards a song-based sound, with several tracks edging towards the same crossover space as the nineties hits which also inspired him. This is especially evident on the bright, spacious brilliance of Hidden By Horizons, where vocals and synths swirl around one another, with crisp breakbeats and reggae rolls pushing purposefully through the ether.

Despite initially seeming almost entirely sunny of disposition, upon deeper immersion there’s lot more beneath the album’s surface, both in its deep pools of immiscible layered elements, and also thematically. When recording Cutler kept in mind a loose narrative based on birth, death, and our existence in-between.

See below for tracklisting…