May 19, 2022

lullahush • Our Glass Lake • 2022


lullahush draws inspiration from the lilted beats of Mount Kimbie, Four Tet and Floating Points, the hushed ambience of Mary Lattimore, the attention to detail of Japanese composers like Ryuichi Sakamoto, Nobukazu Takemora and Aoki Takamasa, and the old school lyricism of Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen. He synthesises these influences to breathe human life into electronic machine sounds, holding the inherent chaos and awkwardness close.


"Dublin poet/producer's slow builds and subtle surrealisms arrive above layered, minimal, collages of bells, skew-whiff beats and found sounds" MOJO
 
"Thoroughly unique, as beautiful in writing as it is to listen to"  The Line of Best Fit

"Deftly original and innovative" Nialler9

"Frantically beautiful" District Magazine

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