Scrimshire | Nothing Feels Like Everything




Adam Scrimshire’s latest full-lenbth excursion – the Albert’s Favourites founder’s third in as many years, is an expansive, adventurous and entertaining affair, with a string of guest vocalists and musicians swinging by to lend a hand. After opening with a touch of Rotary Connection-inspired brilliance featuring Cleveland Watkiss (‘The Pile’), Scrimshsire sashays between soft-focus, semi-acoustic soul (‘Heron’, featuring Miryam Solomon and the blissful ‘In Circles’ with Idris Rahman), breezy spiritual jazz (‘I Hear You, I See You’, with UK jazz royalty Nat Birchall and Faye Houston), becalmed ambient jazz (the Ursula Rucker-voiced ‘Boldly’) and a swathe of slick, decidedly laidback gems (see ‘Morning Affirmation’ and Pie-Eye Collective ambient collaboration ‘Discussion’).



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