130701 (FatCat Records)
There’s something uniquely captivating about the work of the French pianist and composer, where a restless experimental mode is anchored by moments of unadulterated neo-classical beauty.
It’s a bold and adventurous album that alternates between passages of emotive, sinuous solo piano and beautifully sprawling electronics. it has all been masterfully pieced together to further reveal a unique and intelligent sense of artistry, and a composer who really does deserve your full attention. 'Époques' is a deep, forceful, at times difficult, listen - a true shifting through the various registers of emotion, from dark to light. riyl Max Richter, Dustin O'Halloran and Jóhann's Jóhannsson. “it has a maturity of composition and a genuine sense of adventurous exploratory innovation. In terms of moving beyond the spare delicacy of contemporary minimalist-inspired pianism, sometimes more really does mean more” – line of best fit
- The Only Water
- Fracture Points
- A Trace of Salt