• ORIOL Night And Day

    Oriol - Night And Day

    Reviewed by themilkman Source: (The Milk Factory)

    <b> Oriol </b> - Night And Day

    Born in Barcelona and now sharing his time between Cambridge and London, Oriol Singhji is not one to conceive electronic music as a cold and sterile medium. His debut album, Night And Day, on Planet Mu, is a sizzling melting pot of funky grooves, jazz fusion, electro disco and classic techno with discreet touches of dubstep sprinkled over to give his music just enough of a contemporary edge. It is doubtful that Oriol was even born when the 1980s, and
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  • Oriol Night & Day

    Oriol - Night And Day

    Reviewed by Andrew Ryce Source: (Fact Magazine)

    <b> Oriol </b> - Night And Day

    It seemed like at some point last summer someone flipped a switch and suddenly nauseating, blatantly artificial nostalgia was the tool of the trade. Bands built nascent careers around deliberately fuzzy videos, fetishizing flawed VHS tapes and warped synths, and reclusive bedroom producers were suddenly given heaps of credibility on which to prematurely exhibit their underdeveloped craft. Now the dust has settled around chillwave / glo-fi / hypnagogic
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