|1||Luke Abott – Kagen Sound|
|2||Luke Abott – Our Scene|
|3||Luke Abott – Flux|
|4||Luke Abott – Ames Window|
|5||Luke Abott – Roses|
|6||Luke Abott – Earthship|
|7||Luke Abott – Living Dust|
|8||Luke Abott – River Flow|
|9||Luke Abott – Feed Me Shapes|
|10||Luke Abott – Luna|
|11||Luke Abott – August Prism|
'Translate' is the first solo artist album in six years from Norfolk synthesizer specialist Luke Abbott: a strikingly direct and assured return to the solo music-making game following a productive diversion into live improvisation with his experimental jazz trio Szun Waves.
At times dark and ominous, others bright and welcoming, these eleven electronic vignettes form a dramatic and undeniably cinematic body of work which functions as a fitting widescreen soundtrack to our new now.
The lumbering rhythms, strident synths and distinctive touchstones of 'Translate' represent a musical reconciliation with the directness of the wave-making rolling synth-kraut of Abbott’s forthright debut 'Holkham Drones'.
Newly-reinvigorated and with a new sense of musical purpose, this is Luke Abbott’s sound fully realised and never so sure of itself.