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William Doyle

Slowly Arranged: 2016-2019 (2024 Repress)

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It’s nearing a decade since William Doyle released his Mercury Music Prize nominated debut album, 'Total Strife Forever', as East India Youth in 2...
William Doyle

Near Future Residence (2024 Repress)

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'Near Future Residence' is music for an imagined place based on real ideas; the soundtrack for an ecologically sustainable housing development somewhere...
William Doyle

Lightnesses I & II (2024 Repress)

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'Lightnesses Vol I & II' sees Doyle create what we might understand as true ambient music – that is, music intended for the background that wa...
William Doyle

Springs Eternal

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Doyle's latest is a revelation of bucolic electro-acoustic pop wonderment - he might have swapped his muddy boots for something more dancefloor appropriate ...
William Doyle

Great Spans of Muddy Time

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An elegiac treatise on letting go, a wobbly pop masterpiece & quite likely the only album on this list inspired by Monty Don.
The Dream Derealised (2024 Repress)
  1. seeing spectral
  2. everything tilted
  3. flexford looping
  4. a silence of vision
  5. derealisation LKX
  6. i no longer knew what to do
  7. field open wide
  8. don’t get carried away
  9. all to be footnotes

William Doyle

The Dream Derealised (2024 Repress)

Tough Love Records
  • lp

    Released: 23rd Feb 2024


A collection of nine abstract, lo-fi pieces that were recorded during the summer of 2016, when focusing on creating them helped guide Doyle through a “difficult period of anxiety, panic and a regular dissociative feeling called derealisation.

” At the time, doing something creative in a quick and immediate fashion felt vital to Doyle, carrying him to a new place: “I’m releasing them now as a cathartic measure, and as a message for others who may be going through difficult times themselves. What I told myself at the time, what I can tell you now: You are not in danger. You are not going insane. You are not alone.”