Subtle and engrossing electronics that reaches for the headphones...

For those wanting a clear mind for the New Year, Rob Shields’ life aquatic won’t paddle too far out of a depth levelled for that floatation tank given as a Christmas gift.

Gentle house that finds a nook and reaches for the headphones rather than going for the widescreen option, ‘Green’ is comfortable with solitude, progressively poking its head from its shell when letting off reflections of vivid, enchanting colour, and doing hotter temperatures (the international flavours of ‘Rotary Dub’ and ‘Adjani’) instead of choppier waters.

One to spend some time with.


Words: Matt Oliver

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