The ambient work of Dennis Huddleston has always been intriguing to my ears, which again proves to be the case for his EP “Pulse Dive”.
Melancholy sets in on the 6-minute “Stasis Eject”, which the composer refers to as a somber, ultra-introspective composition. Its ethereal, darker character paired with a pleasant sense of loneliness and the feeling of being lost pleased me a lot. To make it even better, “Stasis Eject (Version)” is added as a bonus in a 12-minute alternative/extended remix on the digital edition of the Ep. Intimate spherics lead the way on the closing piece “Sky Fire”, a lush dwelling that’s emotionally and atmospherically charged to the brim.
If 36’s full-length “Dream Tempest” was up your alley, make sure you don’t miss out on this fine EP.
You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Three-Six(36) artist page