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Review: Howse - Lay Hollow EP

Review: Howse - Lay Hollow EP

Monday 25th June, 2012 2:47PM

With his debut EP Lay Hollow, Tri-Angle Records signee Howse (Nathaniel Oak) constructs vividly environmental electronic music. Working with one foot in the world of manipulated art music field recordings/noise/drone and the other firmly placed in the ultra modernist club landscapes of footwork and jungle drum and bass (which was the footwork of the 90s in essence), the five songs encased in Lay Hollow serve as a bridge between the hyper intellectual and hyper physical. Filled out by a sonic depth which belies Oak's young years (age: 22), Lay Hollow suggests the beginning of what should be an extremely promising career.

Click here to continue reading this review of Howse's debut EP by Martyn Pepperell.

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