Review: (4:30) Idler – Jamie Isaac

Jun 12, 2018 By Archie Porter
Following on from his debut album, (4:30) Idler sees singer-songwriter/producer, Jamie Isaac, return with a sunnier, cleaner, and incredibly cosy record – though it lacks the strength and cohesion of his first effort. The first four tracks, all of which were released as singles, create a strong and immediate opening; ‘Wings’, the first song on the album, excellently utilizes live percussion and bossa nova rhythms atop Isaac’s soft piano melodies, creating a newfound sense of momentum in his music.

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