[RWD] Nigel Stanford – Entropy

2014 | Self Released

2014 | Self Released

The Rewind series exists as merely an aid in the discovery (or rather, rediscovery) of the unintentionally forgotten, or the often overlooked tracks of yesteryear.

Here we are, at the end of 2015, with the last Rewind feature of the year, which is a pretty special one, as you’ll see below.

If the Chill Week feature or the previous Rewind post didn’t convince you, it’s only fair I go three for three with yet another superb downtempo number from New Zealand’s Nigel Stanford. This time, it’s a production which is part of his 2014 double album Solar Echoes, containing three unreleased tracks, Cymatics and his entire debut album, Deep Space, re-mastered. If you thought the originals sounded good, this’ll probably knock your socks off.

Off of this superb LP I’ve chosen the second track, a fantastic guitar-led production dubbed Entropy. This spacey ambient journey lasting just over 9 minutes is what I hope will make you find a spot in your playlist for Nigel’s music, if you haven’t done so already. Beyond any genre constraints, this is just very good music, something I strive to offer you folks via these (somewhat) regular recommendations.

Thank you for your time and see you back here on January 8th  2016 for the next post in the Rewind series.🙂

Get it on: Nigel’s site | Amazon | Google Play | iTunes

Country: New Zealand / Style: Ambient, Downtempo / Year: 2014 / Self Released

Listen. If you enjoyed it, hit that like button. Even better still, share & comment if you liked it.😀

Photo credit: Sweetie187 via Foter.com / CC BY

This is the last Rewind feature for 2015. See you back here on January 8th 2016.😀

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