+ Double LP of entirely new material from the incredible Alfa Mist. We love this guy. Named after the theoretical...
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+ Double LP of entirely new material from the incredible Alfa Mist. We love this guy.
Named after the theoretical breakdown of the basic elements of conscious experience, Alfa Mist's album 'Structuralism' is based around a conversation between Mist and his sister, discussing themes of debate culture and personal growth and is an intricate and profound glimpse into the East London artist's battles with self and the societal pressures that inform our own conscious experience.
'Structuralism' provides listeners a rare opportunity to disconnect from the world, and to consider their very presence in time and space. 'Mist's ability to entrance listeners into states of experiential self-reflection and contemplation oozes from this vivid, meditative jazz composition.
Features an ensemble of fantastic players making the Alfa Mist experience wide-range and fully featured, including; Rhodes & Piano - Alfa Mist Bass - Kaya Thomas-Dyke Trumpet - Johnny Woodham Drums - Peter Adam Hill Guitar - Jamie Leeming Violin - Katie Neaves, Simmy Singh Viola - Lucy Nolan Cello - Peggy Nolan Double Bass - James Rudi Creswick Drums - Jamie Houghton
Album artwork: Kaya Thomas-Dyke
1. 44 2. Falling (feat. Kaya Thomas-Dyke) 3. Mulago 4. Glad I Lived 5. Screen 6. Naiyti 7. Retainer 8. Door (feat. Jordan Rakei)