Sunset Graves is UK-based multi-instrumentalist/producer Andy Fosberry, who specialises in finely crafted, textured compositions, informed by the history of electronic music and given flavour by his own thoughts, feelings and visual experiences. Fosberry blends progressive and retrospective styles together in a way that gives his work a timeless quality. Visceral, immersive and sonically varied, this is the kind of music that rewards deep and repeated listens.
Now, Sunset Graves is gearing up to release In Blood, his fourth LP in just three years. The album is sequenced to reflect the “journey from chaos to serenity” that the cathartic recording process became for Fosberry. We’re premiering ‘The Black Night Satellite (Extract 2)’, a fascinating preview of the record. While the track in its entirety is ten minutes long, you can listen to its thunderous second movement below.
A real multi-dimensional sonic experience, ‘The Black Night Satellite’ blends ambient drones and intricately percussive IDM sequences with elements of dub, jungle and future garage. It’s not weighed down by all these ingredients, and emerges with its own distinctly dark character. It’s a real testament to Fosberry’s ability to weave a variety of threads together and create an entirely separate fabric. Listen to it below, and keep up with Sunset Graves on Facebook and Twitter.