Bristol electronica act Allflaws have unveiled their fourth studio album Apparitions. The album is a follow up to the somewhat daring and experimental album Versus The Soul which came out in late 2013.
Allflaws are the brainchild of vocalist and producer Gabriel Curran, and have created their own dark and edgy style which merges together genres like trip hop, hip hop, rock, industrial and breakbeat. This interesting and progressive hybrid has often been referred to as an extension of the legendary Bristol sound, which has been put in the spotlight by international acts such as Portishead, Tricky, Massive Attack, Roni Size and Kosheen.
1. All That Remains
2. The Void
3. The Light Never Dies
4. When Luna Comes
6. Hidden Chambers
8. Cast Away
9. Time to Go
Buy the album here
About Allflaws: (from Wikipedia)
Allflaws is an English electronic, industrial and trip hop project, created in 2004 by Gabriel Curran in Bristol, United Kingdom. As its main producer, vocalist and songwriter, Curran is the only official member of Allflaws and is completely responsible for its direction. The Allflaws sound fuses an eclectic range of electronic genres and is built primarily around the rapping and singing of Curran. As a vocalist, Curran’s style can be characterized by his dark, poetic and evocative lyrics, which include notable themes of science fiction, mental illness, fantasy and politics.