60minutes of rollicking dub beats,following in the footsteps of Future Proof, released 1998 and Electronomicon in 2000. It is another slab of cross-genre dub beats and mind-expanding sounds. After 3 years of living on opposite sides of the planet, touring and developing new
songs live. The Pitch Black boys have been holed up in a variety of studios in the Coromandel, Piha, Wellington and central Auckland finishing their next album of deep luscious dub. It is based on material developed at shows around the world over the last 4 years and from sessions at a seaside bach on the beach at Whangapoa in the Coromandel. Covering a range of rhythmical styles it weaves its way through a range of rhythmical styles and finds them working for the first time with a vocalist . Sandy Mill , a veteran of the local scene moved to London 2 years ago where she has been guesting on many dance tracks by the likes of Gary Numan, Placebo and Bassment Jaxx. Whilst home for a flying visit they all got together and jammed some ideas onto the new tracks. Two of those developed into finished songs and feature on Ape to Angel.