The Inner Hue

We previously mentioned the work of Brian Allen Simon otherwise known as Anenon when he released the ‘Acquiescence’ EP that served as a companion piece to the then forthcoming ‘Inner Hue’ debut long player. The five tracks that make up the EP were recorded, produced and arranged in just under two weeks in Madrid at the Red Bull Music Academy and in Los Angeles to provide ‘a moment in time, frozen’ and while it certainly sounds unhurried, the full length that was recently released on Non Projects has had more time spent on it, thus enabling Simon to go deeper into skewed instrumentation and ambient textures for a carefully crafted release that’s been described variously as ‘an album that moves with sonic intent and abstract narrative’ or if you prefer ‘music that begs to be listened to with a good pair of headphones’.


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