british multi-instrumentalist stephen wilkinson has come a long way from his initial, boards of canada-esque super-8 electronica creations, gradually forming a genre-skipping sound that is all his own. ‘mind bokeh’ illustrates that point in spades – over the course of this kaleidoscopic trip he covers pastoral electronica, touches of folk, sun-soaked psych-rock & even ‘70s power pop & soft rock; it’s a diverse range, but somehow it works. brimming with neon beats, infectious hooks & brooding melancholy he also manages that old trick of making you feel strangely nostalgic thanks to the grainy, ever-so-slightly wobbly production edge, like an old treasured tape you just re-discovered in a dusty box. lovely stuff. “glistening sonic fancies picked out in neon & day-glo” 4/5 – uncut.