If you like your downtempo and chill with some eerie reflection and panoramic imagination, you should check out the debut full album from Leon Vynehall titled “Nothing is Still”. Released in the late spring (May 2018) and dedicated to his grandparents, it features Vynehall with additional musicians including a ten-piece string section arranged by Amy Langley, Finn Peters (saxophone and flute), and Sam Beste (piano) whom completed the final recording sessions that took place at Konk Studio’s.
As much as he’s known for DJ (his debut was the 2014 EP Music For The Uninvited) and curating ,with Nothing Is Still exploring new territory sonically, Vynehall announced he would be performing the album with a brand new live set-up.
Since his release, he has already performed live European dates early in the summer and appeared at the MoMA PS1 series on August 4th alongside Toro y Moi, Nosaj Thing, Photay in New York City. As of now, he has three future dates in September opening up for Jon Hopkins before his world tour starts – a three date show Sept 27th to Sept 29th at the Kitchen in New York before touring in the United Kingdom and Australia.
“Nothing Is Still” was mixed by Blue May in London and mastered at Sterling Sound in New York by Greg Calbi. “Nothing is Still” is available on Ninja Tune. Check out this and the “Moments(Chapter 3)”video that accompanies it.
Note – sources of article from press release