LINES OF SIGHT
the saxophonist proves his breath-taking compositional power on this neo-classical solo debut that melds otherworldly, jazz-tinged melodies together with electronic atmospherics.
Deeply moving, full of ethereal beauty and rapture, the album is alive, throbbing like a circulatory system, colourful and glowing. It literally dazzles – effectively capturing what the birth (or death) of a planet might sound like. Avant-garde, noise, electronics, ecclesiastical, classical, a touch of jazz and traces of Wyatt-style contemporary folk come together, each occupying their own space while acquiescing with the whole. Fans of leon vynehall, angele David-guillou or james holden won’t be able to resist this.
- From Inside, Looking Out
- From the Other Side of the World
- From the Heavens
- Threnody for a Burning Building
- Fear of Floating