It’s not only visually where the Manchester musician is impressive – with a stark, minimal image and a cloaked, veiled performance style – it’s aurally too: his deathly slow, mournful, sensual electronica (think Flying Lotus after a plate-smashingly bad breakup) is set to be a rather wonderful way to usher in the final days of summer in the city. Liverpool Music Week and Deep Hedonia bring him to the Camp & Furnace at the end of August, previewing songs from his forthcoming debut album ‘Held’, along with fellow labelmate Vessel.
Holy Other w/ Vessel, Fort Romeau
Blade Factory @ Camp & Furnace, Greenland St, Liverpool
25th August, £8
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