Album artwork for Kübler-Ross Soliloquies by Deadbeat

Over the past 24 years, Scott Monteith's Deadbeat project has spanned a dizzying array of musical references and genres, exploring everything from left-field reggae to downbeat experiments, purifying drone excursions and ambient noise, extranational percussion workouts, and hypnotic techno and house.

On his first solo album in 5 years, Monteith offers up what is perhaps the most powerful, tightly dance floor focused album of his storied career, and a soul cleansing, poignant soundtrack to the fears and hardships of a world gone mad, entitled Kübler-Ross Soliloquies.

The Kübler-Ross model describes the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. A soliloquy is defined as an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud alone by oneself or regardless of any hearers.

Over the album’s 8 tracks, Monteith explores each of these stages with a clear eyed focus and confidence that are a testament to his dual role as a kind, smiling musical selector and monkish technological nerd ball of the highest order.

Deadbeat

Kübler-Ross Soliloquies

Diggers Factory
Album artwork for Kübler-Ross Soliloquies by Deadbeat
LPx2

£29.99

Black
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BLKRTZ055

Album artwork for Kübler-Ross Soliloquies by Deadbeat
CD

£13.99

Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BLKRTZ055CD

Deadbeat

Kübler-Ross Soliloquies

Diggers Factory
Album artwork for Kübler-Ross Soliloquies by Deadbeat
LPx2

£29.99

Black
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BLKRTZ055

Album artwork for Kübler-Ross Soliloquies by Deadbeat
CD

£13.99

Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

BLKRTZ055CD

Over the past 24 years, Scott Monteith's Deadbeat project has spanned a dizzying array of musical references and genres, exploring everything from left-field reggae to downbeat experiments, purifying drone excursions and ambient noise, extranational percussion workouts, and hypnotic techno and house.

On his first solo album in 5 years, Monteith offers up what is perhaps the most powerful, tightly dance floor focused album of his storied career, and a soul cleansing, poignant soundtrack to the fears and hardships of a world gone mad, entitled Kübler-Ross Soliloquies.

The Kübler-Ross model describes the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. A soliloquy is defined as an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud alone by oneself or regardless of any hearers.

Over the album’s 8 tracks, Monteith explores each of these stages with a clear eyed focus and confidence that are a testament to his dual role as a kind, smiling musical selector and monkish technological nerd ball of the highest order.