And All Is As It Should Be: out now

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And All Is As It Should Be is out now!

Adam is no new kid on the block. After two self released albums he has released quality electronica on labels such as Distinctive, Play and Solarswarm. He has also used his writing and production skills in other projects, including sound design and freelance composition for bespoke projects for TV, film and commercials.

With his stunningly emotional and evocative ambient album-work “And All Is As It Should Be” Adam takes us on an journey to his ethereal and cinematic core. Filimic pads, soaring washes of sound, spine-tingling chord movements all tied up with a underlying sense of quiet purpose and musicality.

Shut the doors, lights out, stereo up and prepare to be enveloped.

And All Is As It Should Be is a full-length album of selected ambient works written during the end of 2011 and released through Lost Language Recordings. The album features a mixture of new, re-worked tracks from my Lightfields album and original ambient works. You can find it via the Lost Language page (including LCD version), iTunes, Amazon, Beatport, Audiojelly, OneRPM and DJTunes (among others).

You can listen to the track “Where Is This Leading Me” here:

I’m incredibly happy with how this turned out as a complete body of work – the main reasoning behind making this was to get back to my downtempo/ambient roots, and it was incredibly satisfying to work on an entirely beatless project focussing on the overall mood, atmosphere and melody. I’d like to say a huge “thank you!” to Tom Pritchard for allowing me to use his photo as the album’s cover art (which sums up the overall tone incredibly nicely) and for his outstanding programming featured throughout the album.

You can read a bit more about the background and creation of And All Is As It Should Be via the music page on this very website.

I’d love to know what you think of it if you choose to give it a listen.

Cheers!

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