Alexandre Perotto has heart & soul when it comes to music – to be able to showcase this by means of a two minute, solo instrumental performance, is incredible. Eternitarian is stunning. The connection is profound & beautiful.
Stunning instrumental music from an immensely talented, experienced band, with a clear & unwavering passion for music. Absolutely worth tuning in for.
Ignatov underlines a varied, perhaps limitless & creative side to his work more & more so as this album progresses. He keeps his audience on their toes throughout. The ultimate, musically immaculate offering of escapism.
Immediately refreshing, uniquely expressive, and easily recognisable for its unusual approach to story-telling and soundscape building.
There is no such simplicity as a verse-chorus-verse-chorus set-up on this album. Expect stories, expanding scenes of emotional & artistic turmoil, and absolute, unwavering creativity.
For the most part, this is a beautiful piece of music, stunning even – it feels far more like a flower blooming than anything fading away.
Aidan as an artist has a distinctly expressive, considerate way with creative pursuits. His musicianship impresses throughout in a modest & endearing way. Worth a listen during any quiet night in.
The way tiiiger has managed to fuse so many different building blocks into something that flows so naturally is superb. A creative at his best.
Think riots at a carnival or circus, immense pain mixed in with ignorant bliss & energetic joy, all connected & confused – uncertain what the future really holds.
A concise but hard-hitting collection of tracks that bring together the raw energy of rock & roll with something uniquely expressive & fresh.
The sheer precision with which he has balanced intensity, creativity & professionalism is brilliant. Unlike other EDM-inspired releases of late; it veers off in its own direction almost entirely.
The emotion grows throughout, drawing you in further, filling you with an overwhelming sense of possibility.