Dalhous Marc Dall Edinburgh Dalhous is the duo of recording artist Marc Dall and long-term collaborator Alex Ander. Debuting on Blackest Ever Black in 2012 with their Mitchell Heisman EP, the Edinburgh-based project have gone on to release three Studio Albums. An Ambassador For Laing (2013), Will To Be Well (2014) and their latest House Number 44 (2016) as part of their proposed trilogy titled The Composite Moods Collection. Outside of these records they released a follow up E.P Visibility Is A Trap (2014) and a split E.P Run For The Shadows (2016) with Pye Corner Audio on Lapsus records in 2016. Dalhous are known for a hallucinogenic sound whose themes permeate through the murky waters of mental illness. The Wire magazine praised "a frequently beautiful music, whose often calm surface belies the powerful currents moving beneath it”. They take influence from a number of different soundtrack composers, most notably Tangerine Dream, Mark Isham, Fabio Frizzi, Popol Vuh and Klaus Schulze.