Techno, Ambiemt & IDM Cuts on This NEw LP Released on Ninja Tune, ‘Rare, Forever’ is the second studio album from British DJ and producer Leon Vynehall. Just like his 2018 debut ‘Nothing Is Still’ and his DJ-Kicks compilation that upended the expectations of him after his earliest singles and EPs, his new album sees Vynehall continuing to strive to break new ground. It sprawls across the dividing lines between house, ambient, industrial, soul and myriad other genres.
Leon Vynehall returns with new album ‘Rare, Forever’ - the follow up to his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Nothing Is Still’. Here he showcases all the strings to his bow—creating music that’s borderless and unbound—alongside artwork by Eric Timothy Carlson (Grammy nominated for his work with Bon Iver). ‘Rare, Forever’ is a beautiful marriage of everything he's done so far while remaining genuinely progressive; the end result sounding like ‘Nothing Is Still’ but with the narrative toned down, and the dancefloor dialled up.
The album follows his winter 2020 ‘A Little More Liquid’ performance—the stunning audio-visual exploration/livestream project (and live follow up to his sold-out “Nothing Is Still” residencies in London and New York)—that Vynehall collaborated on with Eric Timothy Carlson and Aaron Anderson and which served to introduce some of the ‘Rare, Forever’ album materials and theme
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Leon Vynehall is British producer and DJ, born in Kent, in the south east of England. Vynehall's music combines the "percussive energy of contemporary House music" with "rich harmonies of sample-centric producers". Vynehall lists Aphex Twin, Afrika Bambaataa, Man Parrish and DJ Shadow as some of his major influences. Read more on Last.fm
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