Ahamay Grove is four tracks of crafted experimental piano. Ranging from the grand Steinways of Dartington Collage of arts to the household piano of Adrian Utley the location and environment were always key in determining the outcome of the original improvisations. Often allowing the sonics and atmosphere of that environment to be as important as the piano itself. The project is based around four piano improvisations in four different locations and uses a variety of recording techniques that were later moulded into the finished compositions.     

The EP came housed in a screen printed origami sleeve and pressed on 10" vinyl. Physical copies of the EP were limited to a pressing of one hundred. This brought the EP a lot of attention receiving numerous reviews including this one from The Vinyl Factory. Ahamay Grove was also featured in the Thames & Hudson book MIN: The New Simplicity In Graphic Design.