Music to make you ponder. Upon what and why you may like certain forms of sounds. That space between ethereal, eternal melancholy and what you feel you are supposed to enjoy. In one way this music drags you back, feels slightly warm and fuzzy like the accompaniment to a TV advert, yet for all that despicable connotation it’s life-assuring with a spread of pleasant piano tinkles and rolling, teasingly unnerving soundscapes which fill in the gaps. His second album, Oceanic is due out in February 2018 but have to say I’m quite happy to indulge in this pre-Christmas taster, for now.