Everything Craig B puts his name to is wonderful: Aereogramme, The Unwinding Hours and now A Mote Of Dust. This is by far the most fragile thing he's released so far, with nothing really raising above a whisper.
Nevertheless, 'Wolves in the Valley' retains all the power of his earlier releases, but concentrated into further darkness and solitude. Still quietly raging, this is an outlet, not a commercial enterprise. He can keep changing his name with each new project (they've rebadged it, you fool!), but Craig B's path remains utterly distinct and unreservedly captivating.