A serial collaborator Londoner Leo Abrahams has worked with everyone from Brian Eno, Roxy Music, Pulp, Wild Beasts and Emmy The Great.
‘Halo Effect’ is the first single to be taken from Leo’s forthcoming new album for Lo Recordings. A glacial neon dream of electronic sounds, fluttering guitars and otherworldly vocals. It’s out this Friday and comes with remixes from one half of Eckoclick and Matthew Herbert collaborator Crewdson and composer Emre Ramazanoglu.
We have the premiere of multi-instrumentalist and producer Emre Ramazanoglu remix of ‘Halo Effect’ it sounds like party time in the Large Hadron Collider, countless particles ricocheting off each other, all building to an ecstatic climax, listen here:
“Halo Effect’ is the first single to be taken from producer and guitarist Leo Abrahams’ forthcoming album for Lo Recordings. A scattershot neon dream, as disorientating and exciting as a late night stumble round Tokyo’s Akhibara District, its rapid fire beats and bleep stutter and fire off in myriad directions all whilst Leo’s guitar floats serenely above.”
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