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" .. a series of beautifully paced acoustic guitar explorations, with snatches of field recorded conversation and fleeting singing, their cyclical nature adding to an overall hypnotic, mildly psychedelic mood." 8/10
"I guess it lies between the classic dusky explorations of the likes of John Fahey and the more psychedelic mystical vibes of Orfanado, but with some Cave/Ellis soundtrack moods thrown in for good measure. Powerfully evocative stuff."
"A quietly cinematic record, filled with understated peaks and fertile silences, its compositions appearing either beautifully delicate and atmospheric, hypnotic and minimal or fragmented and hectic, caught between experimental folk and urban blues."
The Milk Factory
"...there is also a definite space that exists within these touching, powerfully poignant numbers that allows for a listener to hear their own unique tale being played slowly back to them."
The Line of Best Fit
"..as a snapshot of a man still discovering himself and looking to push his own boundaries, it’s a powerful document."
God is in the TV
"..The Instrument offers a pleasant surprise to anyone prepared to delve."