William Nein -Gloop

 

This album opens with a strong track and compelling vocals; before you know it, you’ve listened to the whole album.

Gloop (2013) cover art

7/10
Review by Robyn Lees

 

I will admit that it took me a couple of times listening to it before it grew on me. Now though, I find it easy to listen to and I quite like it.

A good electronic-experimental sort of style carries through the whole album and creates cinematic music that both envelops and excites.

The final track ‘Asleep (outro)’ is a little surprising after listening to the rest of the album but it seemed an appropriate, yet comical, end to the album.

https://williamnein.bandcamp.com/album/gloop-2013

Born in the UK in 1982. Studied at the BRIT School. Jamie Woon took his place as singer in ‘Superfish’ after he left the band in 1999.

A veteran on the London music scene, William Nein has shared the stage with other notable acts such as The Wave Pictures, Emmy the Great, Serafina Steer, and The Mules.

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