Dave House is a musician, sound artist and graphic designer based in Edinburgh.
He creates polyrhythmic soundscapes from algorithms, field recordings, sampled instruments and everyday sounds.
'Bursting with ideas... Original & beautiful' - ELECTRONIC SOUND
'A brilliant album of thoughtful, moody transitions & discovery' - MONOLITH COCKTAIL BEST OF 2017
'building the sparkling foundation of a futuristic hybrid ... creates the feeling of an organic band-structure and real spaces' - BEAT MAGAZIN
'full of emotive, dancefloor-focused moments' - THE SKINNY
'Brilliant' - STUART MACONIE (BBC 6Music)
'Beautiful' - NEMONE (BBC 6Music)
Elusive Geometry, the critically acclaimed new album by the Reverse Engineer, is out now in digital and special edition.
Germany’s Beat pubished this wonderful, considered review in January 2018. The integration of field recordings into an electronic context has almost become a cliche, a trick of the trade. Dave House on the other hand is building the sparkling foundation of a futuristic hybrid that, through the medium of his laptop-production, creates the feeling of […]
Elusive Geometry has been declared one of music blog Monolith Cocktail’s best albums of 2017 a brilliant album of thoughtful, moody transitions and discovery. Both in the moniker by which the Edinburgh-based ‘sonic experimentalist’ Dave House is known by, and deduced from the title of his latest album, Elusive Geometry, we can view the sound-artist’s music as a restructuring of […]
Great review of Elusive Geometry in December 2018’s Electronic Sound Initially influenced by the deeper shades of dance music (Detroit techno, drum ‘n’ bass), this new material from Edinburgh’s Dave House, who works as electronic musician and sound artist The Reverse Engineer, is more closely aligned to genre-free synth dreamers such as Actress or Nathan […]