Their 2013 debut album Deleted Scenes continues the process begun on the final Devastations album Yes, U, moving away from full-band arrangements towards submerged electronic rhythms and late-night altered states.

Deleted Scenes featured prominently in end-of-year best-of lists around the world, and lead single Nono/Yoyo was nominated for Best Song at the 2013 Age Music Victoria Awards.

Based in London for many years but now back in Melbourne, Standish/Carlyon have played Belgium’s Sonic City Festival (curated by Liars) alongside Chris & Cosey and Rhythm & Sound, as well as All Tomorrow’s Parties’ new Australian incarnation I’ll Be Your Mirror, alongside the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Pere Ubu and Einstürzende Neubauten.

PRESS QUOTES FOR STANDISH/CARLYON:
"A heady swirl of falsetto and intricately layered keyboard-gasps" - Stereogum
"Our favorite record of the year to date: Standish/Carlyon’s Deleted Scenes, which layers futurist melodies over some of the densest dub-influenced low-end sounds you’ll ever hear." - Flavorwire
"Conrad Standish and Tom Carlyon have proved masterfully adept at sluggish, sexy, subtly wonked vocal dance music." - The Fader
“Slow electro burner track Nono/Yoyo sounds like the deleted main song from a deleted scene from an 80s dystopian film” - Impose Magazine
“Trance-inducing disco noir that takes cues from Italo disco and French pop” - Vice Magazine
“A killer piece of the sort of smooth we just love round here at the Quietus” The Quietus