Micro Landscape of a Bathroom Sink
Initially I bought this album just for the first track. I have listened to it many times the past week. I am very happy to have the full experience. Absolute delight to listen to. Any lovers of Rob Clouth, should definitely consider listening to this album as well. The emotions are similar (for me at least).
Favorite track: Paean.
Nathan Fake returns with his exuberant new third album main event Steam Days – a breathtaking landmark on his road to musical maturity that he has rightly branded his “best work to date”.
Crowning a decade of deftly-executed production versatility, ‘Steam Days’ oscillates effortlessly between both ends of the electronic spectrum to unify both the soothing melodic indulgence and heavy dancefloor assault of Fake’s albums of yore. Nostalgically immersing himself in his Norfolk heritage and the delicious analogue richness of his beloved collection of vintage tape machines, ‘Steam Days’ is the visceral translation of the innately musical producer’s instinctive technical mastery into an astounding idiosyncratic musical reality.
Growing up in Norfolk and attending a school where being into music made you an outsider, Nathan Fake’s early interest in
the electronic scene came from hearing acts like Aphex Twin and Orbital on the radio and reading about the equipment they used in music magazines....more